Course around The School of Paris:
A coming together between painting, literature, and music at a time when everything changed
Mondays, May 9, 16, 23, and 30, and June 6, 11 am–1 pm
The Museum proposes, in collaboration with the Bilbao Philharmonic Society, an attractive exclusive course for Members, taking participants on a tour of the School of Paris and the music and the literature of that time. Discover the Paris of the early decades of the 20th century—an extraordinary focal point of creativity and modernity.
The six-session course also includes two guided tours of the Windows on the City exhibition: one at the start of the course and the other at the end as the finishing touch to the program. The course is led by Teresa Merino, poet and professor of musical language and guitar.
Where: First session at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the remaining sessions at the Bilbao Philharmonic Society.
Classic French films and the best live DJs
Saturdays May 7 and 21, and June 4, 8 pm
Enjoy some of the best silent movies to come out of France, like Man Ray’s The Mysteries of the Château de Dé (1929) or The Crazy Ray (1923) by René Clair, set to the live musical stylings of top mixers DJ Guille de Juan, DJ Esteban Lahoz, and DJ Javier Verdes, who will be spinning vintage vinyls. An unbeatable Saturday night plan!
Series organized in connection with the exhibition Windows on the City: The School of Paris, 1900–1945, production by Visual Phonic with the collaboration of Filmoteca de Catalunya.