Christmas in the museum

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These holidays, come to the museum! We have lots of activities for all publics.  You can also download the tale of Little Red Riding Hood to read it and paint it with the family.  And for those of you who like photography, you can participate in the contest #CapsaEntròpica_concurs on Instagram. Do you feel like having a go?

Christmas Games, concert given by the Orfeó Català

On 17th December, the museum will be kicking off the Christmas festivities with this family concert, free of charge, interpreted by more than 100 singers from the 3 youngest choirs from the Escola Coral of the Orfeó Català: the Cor Petits, the Cor Mitjans and the Cor Infantil.

A selection of songs that will transport us to a universe in which childhood games and warm moments of happiness that we have with the children at Christmas, will be the protagonists.

Family workshop.  The big banquet

The artist, textile designer and silk-screen printer Julia Pelletier has designed a family workshop for these days of Christmas that will consist of a major installation inspired by the still lifes of the museum in which the families will work on the topic of food.

A well-laid table will be the starting point to create a drawn and volumetric meal and, at the end of the workshop, the participants will take away with them a souvenir-menu of this major feast of still lifes.

The workshop will take place from 17th to 21st January and is thought for families with children over 3 years old.

Medieval Christmas

On Saturdays 23rd and 30th December, coinciding with the time of free entrance to the museum, we will comment on the works of the collection of Romanesque and Gothic art with a Christmas theme: works which talk of Nativity, Epiphany and the Virgin Mary.

Guerau Gener, Nativity, 1407-1411

Jaume Serra, Altarpiece of the Virgin, around 1367-1381

Temporary exhibitions and permanent collection

Ramon Pichot. From the Quatre Gats to the Maison Rose

Until 21st January 2018, you can visit the exhibition dedicated to the artist Ramon Pichot.

Settled in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century, Ramon Pichot lived in the bohemian and artistic environment of Montmartre. In Barcelona he had worked with Ramon Casas, Santiago Rusiñol, Joaquim Mir and Isidre Nonell. He lived at the epicentre of the international art of the period, and was surrounded by notable figures from the Parisian cultural world, such as Pablo Picasso or Guillaume Apollinaire.

Francesc Torres. The entropic box [The museum of lost objects]

For this exhibition, the artist and curator Francesc Torres has selected from the museum’s stores censored works of art which were censored, mutilated, hidden for political questions or destroyed for multiple reasons.

The works have been presented in apparent disorder, in this exhibition that you canvisit until 14th January.

If you like photos, you can participate in the contest in Instagram #CapsaEntròpica_concurs, you can win a box-catalogue of the exhibition #FrancescTorres and annual passes to visit the museum as many times as you want!

The museum’s collection

The museum counts on the most important collection of Catalan art in the world, from medieval art until the present day.  In the Museu Nacional you can see the best collection of Romanesque mural painting  and the most representative artists of Catalan modernism, such as, for example, Gaudí or Casas. The Gothic art and the collection of photography complete the expositive tour.
Currently, the collection of Renaissance and Baroque, is closed to the public given that we are carrying out the works for a new presentation to be open at the beginning of the year 2018.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya from Museu Nacional on Vimeo.

Related links

Little Red Riding Hood for arriving and painting (9,6 Mb)

The enigmas of the Museu Nacional

Christmas at de Museum

Redacció museu

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