From the Helga de Alvear Museum we want art to be accessible to everyone. For this reason, within our education program, we offer guided tours and workshops specifically designed for groups with hearing, visual or functional disabilities, which make the artistic content of the Museum accessible from an intellectual, reflective, participatory and creative perspective. All activities are conceived in accordance with the principle of design for all and taught by specialists in each area. You can choose one of the two activities, visit or workshop, or combine both. To program any of these activities, a previous conversation or meeting is recommended, aimed at knowing the characteristics of the group and personalizing the activity.

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October 2021 and permanently available online

Course: Private collections, public museums of contemporary art

A course organized by Helga de Alvear Museum and the University of Extremadura where you can get to know several Spanish institutions and art collections.

The international fair Art 41 Basel was where the new Visual Arts Centre Helga de Alvear Foundation was presented to the world, as part of the fair’s Art Salon programme.

On occasion of the opening of the Visual Arts Centre Helga de Alvear Foundation, on the 4th of June, for the first time in Spain Hans Ulrich Obrist -co-director of Exhibitions and Programmes, and director of International Projects at the Serpentine Gallery in London- held a number of live interviews with some leading international artists whose work is included in the Centre’s collection

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