Itineraires according to the educational level.

Itineraires according to the educational level.

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Recommendations you should take into account

  • To book a visit for your students, fill in the registration form at the end of the instructions or send us an email to [email protected]. For any other clarification you can call 93 622 03 75.
  • It is essential to book the visit at least 15 days in advance.
  • You will receive a confirmation letter which you must present at the group desk on the day of the visit.
  • Groups of students accompanied by their teachers and with prior reservation have free admission to the museum.
  • If you book an activity led by an educator, you can pay the same for the visit in cash or by card.
  • If there are students in your group with special educational needs, let us know at the time of booking.
  • Some activities allow adaptation for Special Education centers. Find out more before booking the visit, by calling the Department of Education at 93 622 03 60, or by writing to [email protected].
  • Some of the works on the route may not be in their usual place for reasons of restoration, conservation, temporary loan or change of location in the rooms.
  • Check out best practices and arrangements and dynamics related to group visits.

 

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Child Education

Workshop visits:
 
  • Sound and Colour
  • 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
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