Educational workshops

taller-vn-6The main objective of the educational workshops of the MDAS is to bring the art closer to the child and young audience.

With underage youngsters we intend to become acquainted with a space which they have barely visited before and, therefore, their first contact with it will be ludic, hence positive. With more grownups this issue is a little bit more difficult: they usually come to the museum thinking that it is a boring place, so we have to show them that these institutions can turn into a fun and active place as well.

Each one of the activities planned seeks very concrete objectives that adapt to the different educational standards. This way the teacher can choose each time which workshop she/he is more interested in; it becomes a la carte service.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIn all cases we include a brief visit through the Museum where the students listen to an explanation of some selected pieces. Afterwards we carry out a workshop which is related to the artworks they have seen before.

They are aimed at the students between age 6 and 16 (Primary and Secondary School).

They take place from Tuesdays to Fridays in the mornings (10:30-13:30), in Spanish or Basque. The guides from the museum would lead these activities.

For further information and reservation contact us by telephone at 944 320 125.

La música y el arte

Ciclo Superior de Educación Primaria y a Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (10-16 años).

Dar a conocer el paralelismo entre diferentes formas artísticas (música, pintura, escultura…) dentro de cada época y estilo; aprender a reconocer distintos instrumentos musicales por su aspecto físico y por su sonido.

Diviértete en el museo

Ciclo Superior de Educación Primaria y a Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (10-16 años).

Promover un acercamiento divertido, lúdico, al Museo; estimular la observación directa y precisa de las obras de arte.

Oro, plata… ¡cómo brilla!

Educación Secundaria Obligatoria (12-16 años).

Dar a conocer los procesos y técnicas de creación de una obra de plata; mostrar la evolución de las tipologías y motivos ornamentales de las piezas de plata a lo largo de la historia.

El MDAS de Bilbao nacía en septiembre de 1961. Su objetivo primordial era la conservación, el estudio y la divulgación del patrimonio histórico-artístico de la Diócesis de Bilbao.

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