Collective Exhibitions

“Navarra: Um futuro entre todos” is the mott o of the eminently audio-visual and interactive exhibition. The purpose of the exhibiti on is to show how the Navarra of the future is build and, for that, it is provided with the keys of the most modern, avant-guard museology: media such as audio and video, image and interactivity are keys to allow the visitors to build their own history. With curatorship by Víctor Manuel Arbeloa and art direction by Juan Carlos Díaz Vázquez, the creation of the contents had the participation of more than 12,000 Navarro’s inhabitants and almost two hundred associations, companies and entities of all kinds. Likewise, almost all the materials of the exhibition were produced by companies and professionals of the Foral Community. Besides, the exhibition had an educational and informative program. Daily guided visits were off ered for the general population, as well as activities and workshops for specific groups, families, teachers and schools – students from 6 to 18 years old – with the purpose of “teaching the children to work as a team and respect other people’s opinions regardless of their origin, religion or social status.” Date: September 30, 2006 to January 7, 2007 Location: Baluarte Auditorium and Congress Centre of Navarra. Navarra, Spain Organization: Government of Navarra, Sodena Public Society and Arte Viva Europe Foundati on