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"ABC. The alphabet of the Bilbao Museum" Exhibition
On the occasion of the exhibition ABC. The Alphabet of the Museum of Bilbao, the museum has published a commemorative book which includes the texts that Kirmen Uribe has written for the exhibition route accompanied by reproductions of the works of art. The outcome is a painstakingly designed book in four languages (Basque, Spanish, English, and French) with an original design by Fernando Gutiérrez.
Thanks to the support of BBK, the museum is launching a special promotion targeted at all visitors, which consists of a combined ticket that includes a visit to the museum and a free book.
8 € (Age 65 and older, groups of 15 people or more, and other discounted rates)
5 € (One per card, applicable only to large families)
During the free entry times to the museum, from 6 pm to 8 pm, patrons have the option of entering for free without the book, or getting the book free by paying the ticket price.
During this promotion, anyone with a free ticket (Friends of the Museum of minors under the age of 25, among others) may receive a book by paying the discounted ticket price or may opt not to get the free book by choosing the free museum entry.
This promotion will be valid from October 6 until November 5. After this date, it can be purchased for €20.
Free audio guide including all the texts by Kirmen Uribe for the alphabetical presentation of the 31 galleries with commentaries in four languages (Basque version by Kirmen Uribe).
Free hand guide with a synopsis, also by Kirmen Uribe, of each of the texts along the route, as well as brief explanations of the works of art contained in each gallery by Javier Novo, Head of the Museum's Collection Department.
The Education and Cultural Action Department has prepared reference material on the exhibition which is available to teachers, group leaders and anyone else interested in using the material to prepare a visit to the museum.
It may be downloaded free of charge from here (in spanish & basque).