School programmes

The aim of Artium’s school programmes is to create a space for dialogue for everyone concerned: students, teachers and Museum educators. A space in which to use art to work on the contents of the school curriculum and Museum, as well as our own life experiences.

How we work:

  • We connect art to the school curriculum
  • We talk to you to connect the topic even more to your needs and daily activity.
  • All programmes are different and change with each group and each exhibition and you can help us to improve them!

We realise that education is a goal requiring seriousness, a responsibility that we gladly assume with great commitment. Thank you very much for your confidence and collaboration!

Registration form

Registration deadlines

  • From 2 September to 18 October 2019.
  • For late registrations please call: 945 209011

How to reserve the programmes

 

Programmes for Infant and Elementary Education

Off Artium
Duration: 3 hours (over two sessions). More information.

The Treasure tour-workshop
Duration: 2 hours. More information.

Guided tour
Duration: 1 hour. More information.

From Plaza de los Fueros to Artium: Town Planning, Architecture and Contemporary Art
Duration: 2 hours
4th, 5th and 6th year Elementary. This programme will be held from March 2020. More information.

What teachers think

  • Students make the Museum their own.
  • They learn about the need to value and work with art in life in order to give free rein to the artist within us.
  • They realise the importance of dedicating an important space to creativity.
  • It provides me with the chance to use different works to tackle a wide variety of topics.
  • I feel motivated to return to the Museum on other occasions.
  • It plants a seed in the students that grows and blossoms over time.

Programmes for ESO and Baccalaureate

Off Artium
Duration: 3 hours (over two sessions). More information.

Connections: Film and Contemporary Art
Duration: 3 hours. More information.

The Treasure tour-workshop
Duration: 2 hours. More information.

Guided tour
Duration: 1 hour. More information.

From Plaza de los Fueros to Artium: Town Planning, Architecture and Contemporary Art
Duration: 2 hours
This programme will be held from March 2020. More information.

Introduction to Contemporary Art. Guided tour
Duration: 1 h. 30 min. More information.

Art, Philosophy… and Life. Commented tour
Duration: 1 h. 30 min. More information.

Of interest for your students: Workshops for young people. More information.

What teachers think

  • It makes students think about the Museum as a point of interest in the city.
  • It helps to view the importance that art should have in the classroom and also to encourage us to work on this in a crosscutting manner.
  • It empowers students to feel that they can create.
  • It makes us realise that imagination has to be encouraged in students as well as ourselves.
  • It plants a seed in them that grows and blossoms over time.
  • It makes us realise about the importance of dedicating an important space to creativity.
  • Learning about freeing one’s own imagination and understanding that of the other.

University, Professional Training and Adult Education

Visit the Museum with your university group
Duration: 2 hours. More information.

Museographical tour
Duration: 2 hours. More information.

Off Artium
Duration: 3 hours (over two sessions). More information.

Guided tour
Duration: 1 hour. More information.

Introduction to Contemporary Art. Guided tour
Duration: 1 h. 30 min. More information.

What teachers think

  • Provides other ways and perspectives on how to approach art in the classroom.
  • I observed students in another environment and discovered their new points of interest.
  • It helps stimulate the desire to increase the presence of the imagination (theirs and mine) in daily life.
  • They have lost their fear of interpreting, understanding and making mistakes.
  • They learn to free their imaginations and understand that of others. A different, positive way of approaching contemporary art.
  • You appreciate art as a communication tool.
  • I feel motivated to return to the Museum on other occasions.
  • It brings curiosity to the surface by viewing something unknown.
  • Viewing other practices and rethinking one’s own performance.
  • We realise that other learning spaces exist.

 

2019-2020 school programmes

Off Artium

This programme is divided into two sessions. We will travel to the school for the first session (1 hour) and the second session involves a tour-workshop in Artium (2 hours).

Both sessions must be undertaken in consecutive weeks and the same topic will be dealt with in both. A minimum of two groups per centre must participate. The activity is only for schools in Vitoria-Gasteiz. Other centres need to check first with our Education Department regarding the possibility of doing them. We can attend up to three groups at the same time in the Museum.

We propose the following topics and curricular connections to explore in the two sessions

  • People. People and bodies. Think and feel. Me and other: girls, boys and much more. Portraits and self-portraits. Looking for stories.
  • Places. Here, there. Public and private: mine and everyone’s. From home to school, and to the Museum. What does the Museum tell us?
  • Things. Useful, useless. Real, imaginary. What do things tell us? Art: why is this art?
  • The artist. Languages. Decisions, processes, trades. What does the artist tell us, and what do we see? Real and imaginary: I see it, I imagine it.
  • The seasons. Cycles and changes.
  • The whys. Intention, contemporary. Why do you think this is art?
  • Art and society. Other ideas. Context. Art and its relationship with the world. Do I believe it?
  • The future. How do we imagine it from the here and now?

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Guided tour and The Treasure tour-workshop

Duration: 2 hours
This programme is based on the series of works exhibited in Artium. The students first visit and observe some of these in the rooms of the Museum before moving on to a workshop to conduct a practical project. We can attend up to three groups at the same time in the Museum.

The wealth of contemporary art concepts helps us to explore the following topics and curricular connections, among others:

  • People. People and bodies. Think and feel. Me and other: girls, boys and much more. Portraits and self-portraits. Looking for stories.
  • Places. Here, there. Public and private: mine and everyone’s. From home to school, and to the Museum. What does the Museum tell us?
  • Things. Useful, useless. Real, imaginary. What do things tell us? Art: why is this art?
  • The artist. Languages. Decisions, processes, trades. What does the artist tell us, and what do we see? Real and imaginary: I see it, I imagine it.
  • The seasons. Cycles and changes.
  • The whys. Intention, contemporary. Why do you think this is art?
  • Art and society. Other ideas. Context. Art and its relationship with the world. Do I believe it?
  • The future. How do we imagine it from the here and now?

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From Plaza de los Fueros to Artium: Town Planning, Architecture and Contemporary Art

This programme will be held from March 2020.
Duration: 2 hours

This programme is divided into 2 parts. The first is a tour of the city to discover Plaza de los Fueros, town planning and art through the work of Eduardo Chillida and his collaboration with the architect Luís Peña Ganchegui. The second part takes place in Artium to conduct a project after discovering the works of Eduardo Chillida in the Artium Collection. The meeting point is at the model in Plaza de los Fueros.

In collaboration with Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council.

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Connections: Film and Contemporary Art

Duration: 3 hours
Connecting film and contemporary art to open the door to analysing, discussing and considering existential issues important to them. The students watch a film and then go to the Museum’s rooms to view some of the works related to the topic in question. Times: 10am to 1pm.

List of films

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Introduction to Contemporary Art. Guided tour

Duration: 1 h. 30 min.
This guided tour will help students to learn about the changes in art over the past few decades thanks to a participatory discussion that is based on analysing selected works on display in Artium, with an emphasis on the development of thoughts, ideas, processes and experiences.

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Art, Philosophy… and Life. Commented tour

Duration: 1 h. 30 min.
A commented tour connecting exhibition content with various school subjects, such as Philosophy, History or Art History, and always using our own life experiences as its starting point in order to foster critical thinking and connect art and philosophy with our lives.

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Visit the Museum with your university group

Duration: 2 hours
An initial practical approach to how they can use the Museum in their future careers. For students of Education, Fine Arts, Arts History or Tourism, etc. You can choose either a tour-workshop or guided tour. Times to be determined between the school and the Museum. You can request your desired times in the registration form.

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Museographical tour

Duration: 2 hours
An approach to the Museum from a museographical perspective. For students of Fine Arts and Arts History. Times to be determined between the school and the Museum.

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Workshops for young people: Expanded Music

Expanded Music is a series of interdisciplinary workshops based on electronic music in order to work on other disciplines in a very experimental manner, such as performance, video, comic, drawing, etc. And also much more!
Some examples:
Workshop held in 2019 may
Workshop held in 2019 april

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