Can we speak of a genuine Finnish contemporary art? And if it is possible, how does it manifest? hablarenarte: reflects in this exhibition whether there is a link between nationality, identity and the newest contemporary creation.
Zero Espazioa is the visitor orientation centre of the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. This dynamic and interactive area provides the public with the key information they need to make visiting the museum a unique experience.
Intensive research residency in Spain organized by the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation and coordinated by hablarenarte.
La Junta Municipal de Distrito de Tetuán organiza el X Ciclo de Arquitectura en Tetuán con la coordinación de hablarenarte:
During its first three editions, hablarenarte: organizes the Madrid World Music Day at the Circulo de Bellas Artes. The event is dedicated to all kinds of music and public, ensuring the diversity of musical expressions and tendencies.
For the exhibition “¿Finlandia?", curated by hablarenarte: in Sala Alcalá 31, we are carrying out a program of workshops for Families with children from 6 to 12 years old
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.
Seven Immigrant Participation and Integration Centres in Madrid are hosting the workshops “Juntos a través del Arte”, a multidisciplinary program for children aged 6 to 13 that uses art as a tool for cooperation.
Fundación Banco Santander and hablarenarte: hablarenarte: continues with the program of educational activities for families with children between 5 and 12 years we are developing in Sala de Arte Santander.
Together with CIMA, we organized a consultative session with professionals specialized in cultural management, audiovisual media, film libraries, archives and artistic education to design the guidelines of the future CENAM.
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