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A Museum on Campus

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The Museo Universidad de Navarra is a university museum

A learning space at the service of the university community, the teaching community and society as a whole.


In addition to offering a postgraduate program (Master's Degree in Curatorial Studies), the Museum is at the service of the university community of all educators and teachers. The young public finds in Campus Creativo a permanent and a seasonal program, and serves as a link with the artistic concerns of students during their studies at the University.

Based on the collection and artistic actions, the Museum contributes to their incorporation as innovative teaching resources that connect learning with creativity and art. The educational programming benefits from the knowledge of the Museum and the University to serve teachers and trainers in educational environments and social groups through school programs and social proposals.

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Learning space

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The Museum and the daily presence of art on Campus are an educational resource at the service of the entire community.


As a center of the University of Navarra, the Museum hosts teaching and projects of various schools, faculties and postgraduate programs, collaborates with teachers and researchers, and offers students the possibility of obtaining credits, combining their studies with cultural activities and taking courses at the museum in collaboration with faculties.

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There are many different ways in which the Museum is present in teaching and university life.

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Visual thinking looking, seeing, learning. Session for a grade group 



Culture, values and migrations through The Edge exhibition

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The scenography and costumes of Zarzuela de los Paraguas, a teaching project of the Degree in Design.


La Zarzuela de los Paraguas, a learning project with over 140 students from different grades involved.

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Learning values through dance


Jury ETSAUN Degree in Design. Collaboration with Pedro Maisterra

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The artist's vision establishes other mental frameworks


Intermedia. Literature and visual arts FCOM's teaching session at MUN

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Ila Bêka action at the Museum. Architecture students develop a recording project to show the Museum from the five senses of the body.


The Museum through the senses with Ila Bêka, a teaching project of the ETSAUN Degree in Architecture

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Proyecto CreAcción Igor Backovich shares the creation of a choreography with students


"This morning, in the 'Communication and Cultural Criticism' subject at @fcomunav, we taught the class in front of this abstract Tàpies from the @Museo_unav. We were discussing about aesthetics and the limits of interpretation, of course."

Alberto Nahum García. Professor FCOM




These proposals are only for those who can prove their university student status. 

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Do you want to be a Museum ambassador or guide?

The Museum's ambassadors are students of the University of Navarra. All the Faculties and Schools of the University are represented by at least one ambassador per year. The students help us to disseminate our artistic programme (exhibitions, performances, public and educational programmes) among their peers. 

The Museum's guides are PhD students from the University of Navarra. They are in charge of guiding visitors through our exhibitions and showing them the building, designed by Rafael Moneo. They visit the exhibitions before anyone else with the artist or, otherwise, with the curator of the exhibition so that they can get to know the project.


Museum ambassadors and guides


On what consists being an ambasssador

At least once a year, the ambassadors organise a visit to the exhibitions with their colleagues.

The ambassadors are the first to learn about the Museum's programme. Two meetings are organised for this purpose, one in September and the other at the end of January.

The ambassadors help the Museum with the dissemination of the programme among their colleagues.

Throughout the year, the ambassadors attend at least 5 activities programmed by the Museum.