Garage is actively expanding the concept of inclusion, creating within its walls comfortable conditions for all visitors, with or without disabilities and regardless of age, religious beliefs, gender or ethnicity.
Garage regularly runs events for visitors with experience of migration. On weekends we offer guided tours and masterclasses for kids with translation into Uzbek, Kyrgyz, and Tajik. Participation in these events is free.
An important part of the Museum’s work is the promotion of knowledge about ethnocultural diversity. Garage hosts the annual Point of Displacement festival, as well as various public and professional programs.
Information for the professional community can be found at Experiencing the Museum. Diversity and Inclusion.
- 20Feb 2022A tour and workshop for kids: Architectural Focus13:00 –16:30Garage Kids' StudioFree, registration required
- 12Dec 2021Architecture workshop Learn About the Hexagon13:00 –17:30Garage Kids' StudioFree, registration required
- 21Nov 2021A tour and workshop for kids: Architectural Focus13:00 –16:30Garage Kids' StudioFree, registration required
- 10Oct 2021Children's guided tour and workshop: Paper & Scale14:00 –16:00Garage Kids' StudioFree, registration required
- Ilkhom Art Program for Teenagers with Experiences of Migration3 Oct —14 Nov, 2021Garage Education Center
- 12Sep 2021Guided tour and architectural workshop: What Garage Will Be Like14:00 –16:00Garage Kids' StudioFree, registration required
- 2021 Point of Displacement Festival14 Jun —20 Jun, 2021Free, registration required
- Guided tours in Tajik, Uzbek, and Kyrgyz at Garage25 Apr —8 Aug, 2021Garage Museum of Contemporary ArtFree, registration required