What do they consist of?
Let’s talk about… is a programme of guided visits aimed at generating a direct dialogue between the Museum’s visitors and different artists and cultural agents. It is a place for encounter and discussion that often goes beyond the preconceived discourses of the curatorial team. A unique opportunity for provoking and constructing different views of the exhibitions collectively.
This programme is aimed at the temporary exhibitions and permanent Collection. Visits are conducted by artists, curators, cultural agents, etc. and take place every Thursday afternoon.
Free admission. Previous booking required.
Attendance to the Let’s talk about… programme is free, but each session has limited places and a specific date. Register in advance and, on at the Museum, if there are available places. Access on a first come first served basis.
You may request the following accessibility supports when attending a Let’s talk about… event:
Individual magnetic loops.
Sign language interpretation. Remember that you must request this service at least 72 hours in advance.
Optical aids for people with visual disabilities.
App with audio-descriptive locutions of some of the works.
Tactile reproductions of some of the works in the Collection.
Personal accompaniment for people with visual disabilities (guidance and descriptive resource) can be arranged by prior reservation.
Consult all the available accessibility supports before your visit to the Museum and its exhibitions.