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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Flashes Photography and memory
Using the photographs that Joaquim Gomis took of Joan Miró and his surroundings as a starting point, we will relive scenes from our past.
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A Sea of Objects
Cyanotype is a technique whereby the shape of an object is captured using its silhouette.
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Joan Miró. Sculpture and object
Joan Miró. Sculpture and object provides an insight into Miró’s sculpture by means of a commentary and direct tactile observation of certain pieces that have been specially selected for this activity (according to conservation criteria). A case of materials completes the sensory experience.
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The Fundació. Architecture, art and landscape
This activity introduces visitors to the world of architecture through one of the finest examples of twentieth century Catalan architecture, the Fundació Joan Miró building, designed by Josep Lluís Sert and declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
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Joan Miró. Paintings and signs
The common thread running through Joan Miró’s work. Paintings and signs presents the language of shapes and motifs that Miró created throughout his life.
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Joan Miró. Plates and engravings
In this activity, we will become more familiar with the world of engraving, through tactile exploration of some of Joan Miró’s original copper plates and printing tests that are conserved at the Fundació.
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