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.

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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

A/P (Artist's Proof) in catalan and spanish

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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Architecture and Landscape

The Imagined City

Together we plan, design and build a city.

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Architecture and Landscape

Touch, Mark, Create!

We make a pop-up from the Joan Miró Foundation building

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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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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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Temporary exhibitions

Let's Draw Sounds

First, we will collect onomatopoeic words and interpret them using our bodies and everyday objects; next, we will practice representing sounds graphically

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Temporary exhibitions

Music on Light

This dynamic tour from the Sound Art? exhibition, is aimed to discover the main exhibition works and producing a collaborative music score that will be performed by participants

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Joan Miró Collection


Have you ever painted with a ping-pong ball? How about a string? Or with your eyes closed?

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Joan Miró Collection

Look What I Found!

Miró collected and classified everyday items and objects from nature which he happened to come across.

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