NO LIMITS!: MAKING AFRICA
To celebrate the Making Africa exhibition, the Didaktika project presents No limits! A wide ranging program of educational activities structured into two blocks. On the one hand, a more practical experience with workshops given by some of the artists in the exhibition, including Yinka Llori; and, on the other, more theoretical activities such as conferences and round tables taking design as their core theme in connection to other cross cutting issues implicit in the exhibition.
Current affairs, community, social education, design, identity, innovation, furniture, fashion, tradition and urbanism will be among the keywords of these educational experiences.
Consult the program on our website.More information
Discover the latest exhibitions, the secrets of how they were put together, and other curiosities in program of unique guided tours with professionals from the Museum’s Curatorial and Education departments
Wednesday, November 18, 6:30 pm: Curatorial Vision Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design. Petra Joos, exhibition curator
Wednesday, November 25, 6:30 pm: Key Concepts Making Africa – A Continent of Contemporary Design. Luz Maguregui, Education Coordinator
- Information desk
- Museum Members €2/general public €3 (admission to the Museum not included). Minimum: 8 people per group.
- * Sponsored by the Fundación Vizcaína Aguirre
CREATIVE SESSIONS: DESIGN AND FURNITURE WORKSHOP [+14]
Saturday October 31 and Sunday November 1, 11 am–1 pm
To celebrate the Making Africa exhibition, we offer this exclusive workshop in two sessions given by the British designer Yinka Ilori, living in London, whose work is present in this exhibition. At the workshop, we will turn old furniture and chairs into original objects, guided by the words of the artist, who will also introduce us to the world of design.
- Zero Espazioa
- Museum Members €24 and general public €30. Prior reservation on the website is essential. Minimum: 10 people; maximum: 20. Activity in English
ON STAGE: MEM FESTIVAL. PERFORMANCE AND CREATIVE PROCESS -ESTRECHO EXCHANGE
Thursday, November 19, 7:30 pm
In the context of the exhibition Making Africa and in the framework of the MEM Festival, the Museum presents the project ESTRECHO EXCHANGE, where artists Omar Saadoune and Ana Matey will give a unique and exclusive performance based on the dialogue.
How do context and cultural differences affect us at work? Is art a universal language? These are some of the reflections that will arise during the session and which will be discussed with all present.
- Zero Espazioa
- Members and MEM season ticketholders €4/general public €6
CREATIVE SESSIONS: MAKING AFRIKA DO IT YOURSELF. DESIGN AND FASHION WORKSHOP [+14]
Thursday 21 and 28 January, from 6 to 7.45 pm
To mark the exhibition Making Africa which focuses on the latest in contemporary African design, the Museum organizes a workshop on designing African textiles where participants can create their own pattern inspired in the exhibition. Led by: Itxaso Torrontegui (designer).
- Educational space. Prior online booking is essential.
- Tickets not yet available. Museum Members €24 and general public €30 (2-session workshop). For participants aged 14 and over. Minimum 8 people, maximum 20.
FASHION AND FILMS
February 11–13. 4 pm–7:45 pm
Enjoy a complete audio-visual programme on international fashion, organised for the Making Africa exhibition in collaboration with the YOX Collective.
- Museum Auditorium.
More information on the Museum website will be available shortly.