Itineraires according to the educational level.

Itineraires according to the educational level.

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It is essential to book the visit two weeks in advance. You will receive confirmation of your booking when you pay that you should give to the reception desk for groups on the day you come. 

 

 

 

Child Education

Workshop visits:
 
  • Dance of fairies and elves: The fairy Goteta d’aigua (Water drop) presents other fairies and elves that there are in the works of the museum
  • Stories in relief: sculpture for the smallest ones: The sculptor’s trade and the discovery of the qualities of the different materials employed in sculpture

Primary education

Guided visits
 
  • A stroll through Romanesque art: All about Romanesque art and the cultural aspects surrounding it.
  • Medieval art: The best pieces from Romanesque and Gothic art.
Dynamic visits
 
  • Portraits: The portrait as a pictorial genre and in the context of a specific society.
  • EmocionAR-TE: Fostering dialogue and expressing emotions, ideas and feelings through art.
  • The bestiary: The bestiary that forms part of popular culture has its roots in the medieval world. The iconography and symbols of the animal representations.
Workshop visits
 
  • The bestiary: The bestiary that forms part of popular culture has its roots in the medieval world. The iconography and symbols of the animal representations.
  • Stories in relief: sculpture for the little ones: The sculptor’s trade and the discovery of the different materials used in sculpture. 
  • The blue hour. Santiago Rusiñol, from painting to theatre: Get to know Santiago Rusiñol and his world of blue courtyards and toy theatres.
  • All sorts of bodies: The human figure in sculpture: how is it done? How do you look at it? Do all sculptors represent it in the same way?
  • Modernisme, a total art: The figure of the woman and nature as a source of inspiration of the modernists.
 

Secondary education

Guided visits:

  • A stroll through Romanesque art: All about Romanesque art and the cultural aspects that surround it
  • Medieval artThe best pieces of Romanesque and Gothic art
  • Modern art from the 19th century to the avant-garde: Artistic trends and currents in Europe open up in Catalonia and adapt to the culture of the territory
  • Temporary exhibition: Consult the current exhibition 
  • Palau Nacional: Visit the building, and find out about its architecture and history

Dynamic visits:

  • The medieval society through art: The mentality, the society and the everyday life in the medieval world through art
  • Walls that communicate: from Romanesque to Facebook: Medieval art seen from a contemporary vision

Workshop visits:

  • Painters by trade: pictorial techniques in medieval times: The painter’s trade and the discovery of the techniques and materials used
  • The body in sculpture: from realism to abstraction: The human figure in sculpture: how is it done? How do you look at it? Do all sculptors represent it in the same way?

Baccalaureate

Guided visits for the Selectivitat (University Entrance Exams)

  • Medieval Art Itinerary for Selectivitat: Work on the selected Romanesque and Gothic works for the University Entrance Exams (Selectivitat)
  • Modern Art Itinerary for Selectivitat: Work on the selected works of art from the 19th and 20 century for the Selectivitat exams
  • Complete Selectivitat itinerary: Work on the selected works for the Selectivitat exams

Other guided visits

  • A stroll through Romanesque art: All about Romanesque art and the cultural aspects that surround it
  • Medieval art: The best pieces of Romanesque and Gothic art
  • Modern art: from the 19th century to the avant-garde: The artistic trends and currents in Europe open up in Catalonia and adapt to the culture of the territory
  • 1000 years of art: Get to know the most important works of the museum and Catalan art
  • Temporary exhibition: Consult the current temporary exhibition
  • Palau Nacional: Visit the building, find out about its architecture and the history
Museu Nacional Art Catalunya Escolars