Category: Education

The elasticity of the work in a museum: the narrative of some practices

João Correia de Sá My first contact with Medieval Catalan art occurred in 2015, when I chose to do a work about the mural paintings of San Climent de Taüll, for an assignment of Romanesque art.  I remember in that moment I was rather fascinated by the stylistic and iconographic richness of the whole set,…

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Author: Z_Estudiants en pràctiques de Postgraus i Màsters

“Montjuïcland” a different summer camp, an unforgettable experience!

Ester Benages, Júlia Lull and Maria Antònia Mateu This year the team of educators of the museum has had the opportunity to organise the summer camp of “Montjuïcland”, aimed at boys and girls of 8 to 14 years old.  We were very excited and at the same time nervous, given that we were really looking…

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Author: Z_ Guest blogger

A night at the museum/2_ what the students say

Sandra Figueras In a previous article we explained the night which the boys and girls from the Institut Juan Manuel Zafra from the neighbourhood of Clot of Barcelona spent in the museum. It formed part of the artistic research that they had done in the museum during the course, within the framework of In Residence….

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Author: Sandra Figueras

A Night at the Museum

Sandra Figueras A group of boys and girls from the Juan Manuel Zafra Institute from the neighbourhood of Clot of Barcelona, accompanied by the artist Mariona Moncunill and by the mediation team, spent the night of 25th April in the museum. It was the end of an artistic research that they had been doing throughout…

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Author: Sandra Figueras

We fill the children’s hospital with colours

MªAngeles Aceituno We have taken art to the hospital.  This has been one of the most thrilling recent projects for us, the result of hospital-company, sponsor-museum-artists collaboration, and above all, the children. We have invited the nurse in charge from the Maternity-children Hospital of the Vall d’Hebron to share this experience in our blog. I…

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Author: Z_ Guest blogger

Working for change: the laboratory of education

Esther Fuertes Let’s talk about learning «The museum of the 21st century is not a temple, it’s not a school, it’s not media.  It’s a public sphere for life-long learning.» Michele Antoine, director of exhibitions of the Universcience France, began a talk in this way and presented the museum as a privileged place to nurture…

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Author: Esther Fuertes

Three years of Tàndem: the school and the museum, partners in education

Esther Fuertes The year that has just ended marks the milestone of three years of intense collaboration between the museum and the Miquel Bleach School in the framework of the Escoles Tàndem (Tandem Schools) programme. During this time we have worked for art and heritage to become important in the teachers’ training and in the…

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Author: Esther Fuertes

“Construint a la sala”, build The House of the Future

CALAS What is for us a house? How do we imagine our house of the future?  Who writes our future? These are some of the questions we have posed this year to children who have materialised their ideas and illusions about the HOUSE OF THE FUTURE in a creative way by means of the construction…

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Author: Z_ Guest blogger

Street Art enters the Intitute and the Museum

Sandra Figueras Now that the eighth edition of the programme Creators in Residence in the institutes of Barcelona has just started and we are beginning our fourth year as mediators, we would like to share here the experience of the last course with the street artist BTOY. Walls of the street, the institute and the…

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Author: Sandra Figueras

Digital strategy: new online course between the museum and the university

Conxa Rodà Nowadays training is an essential element in organisations. The changing environment that we are immersed in, digital acceleration, new ways of working and new social uses of communication and cultural consumption all mean that to continue being trained is now more necessary than ever. In the museum we are convinced that the training…

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Author: Conxa Rodà