School groups

School Tours - MUDO Musée de l'Oise

School and recreational-centre groups

Children's tours: daycare – primary

The events offered to younger children are based on the works in the permanent collections (19th century tour, murals of the musician-sirens of the 14th century, the sculpted décor of half-timbered houses and religious statuary from the Middle Ages ) and the works in the temporary exhibits.

The tour is based on discussion and observation in order to develop their skills of observation, analysis and expression. It is also intended to raise their awareness of an artistic practice and give them a fun introduction to the site and the collections.

The MUDO route: introduction to the Museum through several selected works

19th century Landscapes: in the 19th century artists came out of their studios and travelled, painted and drew in France and occasionally in more distant and mysterious lands as well.

Three themes can be covered detailing the landscapes and their details (colours, light, vegetation, etc.). :

  • The European Trip
  • The Orient Trip
  • The Immobile trip (Danish school)

The painter's palette: introduction to the various colours and the use made of them by 19th century painters

Older-student tours: private school - lycée

The MUDO route: introduction to the Museum through several selected works

From Palace to Museum: introduction to the building and its history, from palace to museum (architectural and museographic tour).

19th century Landscapes: in the 19th century artists came out of their studios and travelled, painted and drew in France and occasionally in more distant and mysterious lands as well. Three themes can be covered detailing the landscapes and their details (colours, light, vegetation, etc.). :

  • The European Trip
  • The Orient Trip
  • The Immobile trip (Danish school)

The 19th century through its objects. An approach to the 19th century through exotic, eclectic and decorative objects.

The painter's palette: introduction to the various colours and the use made of them by 19th century painters

Art and History: Other artists, rallying around the emblematic figure of Thomas Couture, also evoked revolutions, the Republic and slavery. This is truly a portrait of a society to be discovered.

Information: Audrey Magnan, educational outreach
Tel: 03.44.10.40.58
mediation@remove-this.mudo.oise.fr