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Thanks to sponsorship from the Japanese UNIQLO brand and its collaboration with MACBA and the MACBA Foundation, the museum is open to the public free of charge on Saturday afternoons from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. This collaboration provides free access to both temporary exhibits and any activities held during these hours.  Plus, on the last Saturday of each month, UNIQLO and MACBA surprises visitors with a range of artistic, innovative activities in different formats, such as concerts, dance performances or workshops.  UNIQLO has participated in similar collaborations with other globally significant museums, such as Tate Modern in London or MOMA in New York. 

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Fundación Repsol

Thanks to the support of  Fundación Repsol, MACBA has created an Accesibility Programme in the belief that art helps to promote social integration. Accessibility is available throughout the Museum so all sections of the public can enjoy art in an inclusive manner.

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The La Caixa Foundation gives support to the MACBA Foundation through an educational program the museum offers for primary school, secondary school and baccalaureate students. The program promotes reflection on contemporary art and seeks to use education as a collective, transversal tool that is within everyone’s reach. This program encourages the development of a critical point of view and generates new spaces for thought.  

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Fundación Banco Santander

Fundación Banco Santander recognises the need to support art through education, and to promote an educational system that boosts creativity and the aesthetic experience. For this reason it actively supports the Museum’s ongoing teacher training programme, with the conviction that teachers are the conveyers of contemporary art. The collaboration of the Fundación Banco Santander has made it possible to provide free training to over 600 teachers this year.

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Fundación Daniel & Nina Carasso

The Fundación Daniel y Nina Carasso  acts on its commitment to make contemporary art accessible to schools with financial difficulties all over Catalonia. Its collaboration has made it possible to offer the first round of a grants for schools programme that makes it possible for students at these schools to participate in some educational activities at MACBA.

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Jesús Serra Foundation

The Jesús Serra Foundation collaborates with the MACBA Foundation, providing support for the “Apadrina el teu equipament” (Sponsor your public facility) program. This program promotes joint initiatives between students and public facilities in the Raval neighbourhood, and facilitates access to culture and art among students and their families. For the Museum, this program is especially strategic because it helps reinforce our ties to the neighbourhood.

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Mark Wigley