The Mind Museum's making and tinkering program returns with our partner – FLUOR.
Makerspace Pilipinas features a series of hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) activities that provide museum guests with a chance to learn by making.
The program aims to encourage individuals to build and create their own inventions using available resources. It promotes STEAM as a means of problem-solving, and as a potential career for future scientists and engineers.
To create an association of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) with solving problems
To help shape a positive perception of science and engineering as a field and a career
To elevate the public literacy on 21st century skills
Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. (BAFI) is a nonprofit organization that champions the arts and the sciences to elevate community and national life. It has three main projects: Art BGC, The Mind Museum and the BGC Arts Center.
Art BGC’s mission is to infuse everyday experiences with creative art that transforms the public perception of space. The urban landscape is a canvas rich with outdoor sculptures, mural gems, and eclectic street performers.
The BGC Arts Center is the premier home for the performing arts in Bonifacio Global City. Its mission is to promote the breadth and depth of Filipino artistry. It is a creative space for local and international productions as well as a learning center to nurture homegrown talent.
Science comes alive in The Mind Museum, the multi-awarded and globally recognized science museum that is building a culture of scientific literacy in the country.
BAFI is committed to ensuring that the arts and sciences form pillars of community life, and in so doing, distill the best possibilities for nation-building.
Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. started planning for the first world-class home for science in the country in January 2007. Continuing thanks to private corporations and individuals whose contributions made it possible for The Mind Museum to open its doors to the public on March 16, 2012.
The Mind Museum's mission is to initiate and bolster science engagement in elevating aspects of individual, community and national life to inspire solutions to real-world problems.