Families

Our programming for families includes a broad range of activities and experiences for people of all ages aimed at sparking individuals' curiosity and encouraging their personal connections to art.

The activities are grouped into three areas: experiences related to the Joan Miró collection that stimulate creativity beyond contemplation; interdisciplinary activities based on temporary exhibitions and the Espai 13 exhibition programme, which provide a broad interpretation of reality as presented by the museum; and, last of all, other explorations regarding the Fundació and its context, the paths that lead there, the landscape, the neighbourhood and Montjuïc, viewed metaphorically as a magic mountain that opens up new learning paths.

Family card

Free card. Offers a discount on family activities, as well as other advantages such as a 5% discount on the store and the Foundation bookstore.

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Joan Miró Collection

With All Five Senses

Points, lines and spots. Listening to a colour, smelling a shape, touching with our eyes shut, drawing with our bodies. 

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Joan Miró Collection

Hands and Colours. Signing in the Museum

The moon, the sun, the stars and colours. A sign, a hand motion for each one. Without words, without sounds. We’ll paint in the workshop and sign in the exhibition rooms, in silence, in front of Joan Miró’s works.

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Temporary exhibitions

Play and Let Play

Jointly with the Parents’ Association of the Escola del Bosc school in Montjuïc, we will build a space for community interaction in one of the gardens next to the Fundació. Based on our ideas elicited by the architect’s drawings and writings, we will design play areas and spaces in which visitors can explore their creativity.

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Joan Miró Collection

A/P (Artist's Proof)

Activity aimed at discovering Joan Miró’s work processes. During a tour of the exhibition rooms, participants will experiment with a variety of techniques -drawing, collage, ink splatters - and play with objects.

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