Video, dance, Altamira.
Move With Me is not a journey back to Prehistory. Through dance and body movement, we evoke life in the cave of Altamira on a regular day and connect with the people who inhabited it during the Palaeolithic.
In the singular exhibition The Times of Altamira, educators can use a variety of strategies to teach and learn in close contact with our cultural heritage. eachers can personally guide their groups on their tour of the Neocave and the exhibition The times of Altamira. The Education Department and Group Bookings will help you to plan your visit.Salto de línea The organisation of school groups to visit the museum exhibition, including the Neocueva, must respect the sanitary regulations and the capacity of each space in the museum.
From October to June: Tuesday to Friday.
The trails offer a set of didactic materials prepared by the museum's Education Department in partnership with teachers and professors to visit the exhibition The Times of Altamira. Each educational itinerary is a flexible package that educators can customise and tailor to the needs of their group.
At the Museum of Altamira we've created a family storytelling corner for imagining what humans were like in the Palaeolithic, beyond what archaeology can tell us.The story A World without Roads invites us to think of ways to get our bearings in the vastness of nature as we move through the territory, while The All-Healing Plant reminds us of early man’s profound knowledge of plant resources.
Salto de línea Participation is free.Salto de línea Activities must be booked in advance.Salto de línea During the activity, museum staff may take photographs which will be used solely for educational and promotional purposes. Salto de línea All the activities are carried out in Spanish.
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