Opening days

Wednesday – Sunday
10 am – 6 pm

How to visit us

MACAAL Kids

Next week’s creative workshop for children will consist of painting on goat skin using natural pigments. It will be supervised by a young Moroccan artist named Mounia Lafraoui, who will put her own spin on your children’s creation. They will go home holding a collaborative work they will keep forever. Do not hesitate to enroll them beforehand!

Registration: mediation@macaal.org / +212 6 76 92 44 92
Buy tickets online HERE.
More information HERE.

Introduction to modern dance

Come to dance at MACAAL! Next Saturday, the stunning dancer and choreographer Taoufiq Izeddiou will welcome you to the museum for two introductory sessions of modern dance. You will learn the fundamentals of this particular artistic practice before performing them in a collective choreography. So come move your body, dance, unwind and let your body take over!

Saturday 28 May
Children: 10:30 – 12 am
Adults: 6:30 – 8 pm

Registration: mediation@macaal.org / +212 6 76 92 44 92
Sportwear is recommended
Free sessions

Audio tour

Due to its success and to the enthusiasm of its visitors, MACAAL is extending the exhibition Art, a Serious Game until 17 July 2022!
And since good news never come alone, you can now listen to the guided tour of the exhibition online. Directed by its curator Meryem Sebti for Diptyk magazine, it will allow you to discover the exhibition step by step.

MACAAL

The Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden (MACAAL), Marrakech is dedicated to the promotion of African contemporary art through its continuous support for leading artists from Morocco and neighbouring countries and the public display of their works. The museum’s collection, consisting of digital art, painting, sculpture and video, illustrates the Fondation Alliances’ commitment to providing universally accessible contemporary art, while supporting cultural development in Morocco.

MACAAL (artwork: Fatiha Zemmouri) © Omar Tajmouati

Our mission is to disseminate, educate, and popularise art in Morocco and within the continent, namely among younger audiences. We believe that culture is a shared asset that can be an outstanding lever for development.