Collaborative Projects

The Fundació Joan Miró takes part in collaborative projects with other Barcelona-based and international organisations and institutions. Through these projects, the Foundation seeks to promote the study of Joan Miró's work, make contemporary art more accessible, and turn collective work into an opportunity for mutual enrichment.

Miró Chair

Miró Chair

Joaquim Gomis: Joan Miró’s studio in Palma © Hereus de Joaquim Gomis. Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona The Miró Chair is a joint initiative between the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and the Fundació Joan Miró whose primary aim is to research the life and work of Joan Miró, transfer knowledge regarding this research and provide teaching about Miró and twentieth-century art.

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This educational project links the Espai 13 programming with a group of students enrolled in a batxillerat artístic (a high school programme specializing in art).

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Open Game

Open game is a collective cultural pedagogy pro­ject developed for the temporary exhibition Endgame: Duchamp, chess and the avant­-gardes, which was staged at the Fundació Joan Miró.

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Apropa Cultura

The Fundació Joan Miró has taken part in the Apropa Cultura programme since September 2013. Its support of Apropa Cultura has led to the development of activities aimed at people with disabilities and groups at risk of social exclusion, as well as to a comprehensive reappraisal of the museum’s commitment to the whole of society.

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Èxit Programme

The Èxit (Success) programme has been developed by the Barcelona Education Consortium and Barcelona City Council with the aim of reducing the rate of school failure.

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