The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao offers a wide range of tools, programs, and activities for everyone to understand and enjoy modern and contemporary art – and culture at large. With the support of BBK, Strategic Trustee of the Museum, the Museum’s exhibitions, the Masterpieces in the Museum’s Collection and the Museum building are made available to persons with special needs.
The Museum as a place for shared learning and joy. Teachers, Museum educators, and artists as facilitators in learning processes.
Special programs, spaces, and tools for children of different ages (6 months and up!) and accompanying adults. Different ways of having an enriching, friendly museum experience for all.
In today’s world, museums and artistic/educational practices are driving forces of social change. By implementing transformative learning processes that involve a variety of education agents and participants, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao takes a special look at the different communities, their values and social needs.
Through Connect with Art, a program offering express and guided tours, annotated visits, tours for visitors with special needs, didactic spaces, and audioguides, art is discussed without prejudice and made easy to experiment and understand, and accessible to all.
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao offers young artists and art students two international fellowship programs: the Basque Artist Program and Basque Internships. The Museum also collaborates in the Hilla Rebay International Fellowship.