During five years, the Círculo de Bellas Artes hosts the "Veo, Veo" projects, the first program of hablarenarte: addressing Primary Schools within the institution.
The Museo Colecciones ICO starts opening its venue for complementary educational activities to their exhibition program, addressing school children and families. This program is organized by hablarenarte:
Designed for Primary Schools, the program Veo, Veo in the Calcografía Nacional means to familiarize participants with the art of printmaking, coming to know the techniques, materials and processes.
"Ocho Visiones: Distrito C" is a photo exhibition curated by Pep Benlloch, that has as topic the new building of Telefónica Distrito C in all its several dimensions, sociological and architectonical.
The Fundación Lázaro Galdiano opens its doors to show the treasures and diversity of its collection. The family guided tour/workshop aims to explore José Lázaro Galdiano´s collections through different routes.
The Casa Museo Lope de Vega is hosting a cycle of workshops for families on memorabilia from the life of the brilliant playwright, Lope de Vega, as well as daily life in the Golden Age and the theatre as a process of collective participation.
During the 2009/10 school year, Museo ICO and hablarenarte: are starting a new program of children's educational activities in the museum galleries for schools and families with children aged from 6 to 12 years.
The Museo ICO and hablarenarte: open their second program of educational activities for the 2010/11 academic year by including a workshop aimed at young people between 13 and 17 as part of their customary tour + workshop events.
To mark the bicentenary of Mexican Independence and Revolution centenary year, the “México ilustrado” exhibition presents drawings and prints published in books, posters and magazines between 1920 and 1950, looking back over the rich cultural imagination.
The Museo ICO and hablarenarte: are consolidating their annual collaboration in order to maintain the program of educational activities for schools, families and young people alongside the temporary exhibitions scheduled for the 2011-12 academic ye
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