Guggenheim

For five days, participants will discover modern and contemporary art through movement and direct experience alongside different creators, with activities like dance, play,
body expression, music, stories, photography, painting, and animation, through contemporary art and creativity.

The workshops vary each week. Plus, every morning several proposals are offered for children to choose. There is room for improvisation, exploration, investigation, trial, and error. The proposals are designed to be open in order to adjust to each child’s skills, pace, and interests as much as possible.

This initiative includes visits to the exhibitions of Jenny Holzer, Gerhard Richter, Giorgio Morandi, Lucio Fontana, and the creators whose works are part of the Permanent Collection.

Ages: 3–11 (born from 2007 to 2015), in age groups of 3–5 and 6–11

June 24 to 28 [spanish]: 3 groups
July 1 to 5 [basque]: 2 groups
July 8 to 12 [spanish]: 2 groups
July 15 to 19 [basque]: 2 groups

Maximum: 15 children/group
Time: 10 am to 1 pm. Free childcare service: if you prefer to drop your child(ren) off at 9:30 am and/or pick them up at 1:30 pm, please let us know when you make your reservation