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Visits and activities for group and schools

Via this page you can find out which activities the CCCB offers for groups and make your booking request. These activities are designed for school groups of varying educational levels, socio-educational groups, groups with special needs and groups of adults.

Applications for activities at accessible prices for charity and social services groups, with people at risk of social exclusion or vulnerability, should be made via the Apropa Cultura website. We also have the Alzheimer Programme, aimed at people affected by Alzheimer’s disease and their family members and carers.

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Non-guided tour for "Brain(s)" exhibition

The exhibition is about the brain, the most complex human organ, the responsible for processing dreams when they sleep and consciousness and memory when we are awake. It allows us to imagine the future and understand what surrounds us in great detail.

Guided tour to "Brain(s)" exhibition

The purpose of the guided tour is to establish a conversation to connect the people attending the visit with the reflection of the artistic pieces and objects present in the room and thus generate a meaningful and enjoyable experience.

Look, photograph, read ... the city!

Photo creation workshop

Throughout one morning, inspired by viewing photographs of reference authors and reading literary texts, participants create their own photographic projects, combining word and photography.

Bioscope: Antiselfies. A sum of masks

Documentary animation workshops

We will create an device that allows us to represent ourselves in three different areas of our lives. From here we will create an animated portrait with the technique of stop motion and see how the identity is interactive and constantly evolving.

Bioscope: Antiselfies. Take off your mask

Documentary animation workshops from 12 to 16 years old

Visual arts and animation workshops to reflect on one’s own identity and self-representation. We will show our "antiselfie" and take off the mask that we all wear.

Marina Garcés: lecture for secondary students

The time of promises

There are many things about the future that we don’t know, but we all know how to make promises. And, if we don’t know, we can learn. A promise is the expression of a desire that involves a commitment to something and a bond with someone. Making promises requires us to find out what we value in the present, who matters to us and what actions we feel able to commit to.

Marina Garcés: lecture for secondary students + previous Dialogue Circle

The time of promises

Following the methodology of Matthew Lipman's 3/18 philosophy, a hundred students will meet in the Sala Raval of the CCCB to reflect in small groups on all those questions that the philosopher Marina Garcés will raise about the future. A lively dialogue with the intention of bringing philosophy closer to everyone.

Carolin Emcke: lecture for secondary students

A right has never been won forever

We are living at a critical time, when rights and social conquests that we thought guaranteed are abolished or uncertain. The recent rise of authoritarianism in Europe reminds us that maintaining an open, plural society calls for constant collective effort. In the words of German philosopher, journalist and activist Carolin Emcke, “freedom is not something you own, but something you do”. In the same way, no right is won forever; it has to be defended over and over again.

Jordi Camí: lecture for secondary students

The illusionist brain

How do magicians make us see the impossible? In this talk, we’ll be looking at the latest discoveries in neuroscience and showing how magic “hacks” our mind and reveals its automatic functioning.

David Bueno: lecture for secondary students

The untidy brain

What happens to the brain with the onset of puberty? Why do we feel so many emotions, ups and downs, and turmoil in adolescence? The adolescent’s brain, David Bueno tells us, is like their room. It has to disorder the order of childhood in order to mature.  

Non-guided tour for "Graphic Constellation" exhibition

An exhibition of Avant-garde Comics that is a tour through the universes of nine young female authors, and an exploration of all the changes that have radically modified the comics system, and have enabled the emergence of a constellation of avant-garde authors that combines the darkness of the uncertain present and future with the vitality of radiant colourism.

Guided tour for "Graphic Constellation" exhibition

An exhibition of Avant-garde Comics that is a tour through the universes of nine young female authors, and an exploration of all the changes that have radically modified the comics system, and have enabled the emergence of a constellation of avant-garde authors that combines the darkness of the uncertain present and future with the vitality of radiant colourism.