BGMOCA Montevideo promotes international artistic residency programs , that enables cultural and multi-disciplinary cultural exchange; conforming art nets and channels, from and to the rest of the world..
Programs are geared to emerging local artists, presenting, supporting and promoting their work in the visual, performative, and interdisciplinary arts. In turn, they seek to generate artistic development - not only of the artists, but of the cultural ecosystem in which they are immersed.
In all of its activities, BGMOCA pursues the creation of strategic partnerships to increase resources and oportunities, thus constituting an international network of artistic collaboration with an infrastructure that is conducive to the development and recognition of local, regional, national and international artists.
The museum aims to present an appropriate platform for the development, discussion, exchange and presentation of new ideas. This platform of cultural interaction is conformed, among other things- by lectures, book presentations, cycles of art discussion and analysis, talks, and presentations of various cultural actors in the local and international atmosphere.
BGMOCA's workshops and art classes stimulate interaction between artists, students, art enthusiasts and the museum, inviting them to observe, analyze, experiment, learn and create with the most prestigious figures in visual, performative, and interdisciplinary arts, both regional and international.
Projections, outdoor cinema, picnics at the Sculpture Park, live music and cultural nights are just some of the activities proposed by the museum, to create new channels of artistic expression and cultural enjoyment in a relaxed atmosphere.
Art enriches our lives and our society, that is why we seek to present adults, youths and families a personally significant approach to contemporary art, through the collections and exhibitions displayed at the museum.
Covering a wide range of activities, we aim to the integration and cultural development of the community, reaching audiences that traditionally would not be in contact with first class contemporary art..