Accessible activities

Driven by the desire to create a museum for everyone, the Fundació Joan Miró offers a wide range of activities aimed at a highly diverse public. Everyone has the right to culture, and the museum embraces a responsibility to contribute towards a fairer, more equal and more inclusive society.

The Foundation is committed to staging inclusive, open activities, aimed at a wide audience, activities with which people from different cultures and backgrounds will feel at ease. However, some groups need more specific resources that are adapted to their life circumstances.

Therefore, the Foundation offers activities for visitors with different sensory capacities and it takes part in the Apropa Cultura programme, which offers initiatives for groups with functional diversity and people at risk of social exclusion.

In collaboration with:

  • Abertis

Signs of identity. Portraits of women

What do we, as women, identify with? With a person, a landscape, a dress, a dish or perhaps a smell? In Signs of identity. Portraits of women, the participants will produce a self-portrait. This will be the result of a process of introspection and learning, with photography serving as a tool to show what they want from their lives.

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