Courses and Seminars

V Seminar on Art and Social Inclusion

Dec 3 —— 4, 2015

Can art somehow contribute to rapprochement and integration?

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MPM organized this two-day seminar for the fifth consecutive year. It was aimed at professionals in the museums and culture sectors, cultural and social administrators, experts on development cooperation, and social agents.

This year, the sessions analysed and discuss three main issues:

Developing Museum Learning Programmes for Community Audiences. Emmajane Avery, Director of Learning and Visitor Experience at the Victoria and Albert Museum, will present the museum’s programmes for diverse communities and run a workshop of how to develop projects for new audiences. *This session will be held entirely in English.

How to manage a project effectively? Led by Patricia Lannes, director of CALTA 21, a programme that uses art as a tool for the integration of adult immigrants.

Ways to serve the community Monica Hoff, the pedagogical curator of the 9th Mercosul Biennial, (Brazil) talks about engaging local groups through contemporary art.

The inaugural lecture was given by anti-poverty researcher and activist Gonzalo Fanjul, author and co-editor of the El País blog, 3.500 millones, and cofounder of the Fundación porCausa de Investigación y Periodismo.

To see the full programme (in Spanish), click here.

REGISTER Please email us at, with your CV and a brief written explanation of your reasons for wanting to attend. Places availables: 15 Price: 100€. The price includes three-hour sessions with each of the speakers; a dossier containing specific work material; a visit to the MPM permanent collection and to the temporary exhibition, Picasso. German Records.

MPM offered seminar participants special discounts on local accommodation. Students and the unemployed can request a grant providing a 50% discount.

Entrance to the inaugural lecture is free until all seats are taken.

With the collaboration of Obra Social “la Caixa”.


Dec 3 —— 4, 2015


Free admission

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