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Cuéntame un Cuadro

Cuéntame un Cuadro (Tell Me the Story of a Painting) is a story-telling program in Spanish for families with children ages 5 to 9.

Discover fun facts about Hispanic art and culture while you learn and create together. For more information send an email to education@hispanicsociety.org or call 212-926-2234 ext. 209.

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Gallery Talks

The Gallery Talks are a free program organized by the Museum and Educational Departments of The Hispanic Society.

The gallery talks are given by curators and conservators from the museum’s four departments as well as by guest lecturers and focus each time on different topics ranging from new acquisitions to highlights of the collection and recently restored objects.

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Concert Series

The Hispanic Society Concert Series was inaugurated in 2010 as a free program to promote the music of Spanish and Hispanic composers. The Concert Series has delighted listeners with the finest recitals, chamber groups, and groundbreaking modern music ensembles. Works by many of the century’s greatest artists have been performed in our programs. The program augments the viewing experience by providing an auditory context within which the collection can be appreciated.

This Concert series is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York…

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Tours at Two

Explore highlights of the collection through a variety of tours with Museum educators every Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Tours are free and do not require reservation.

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Education

The Education Department at the Hispanic Society uses our collections as a foundation to foster meaningful engagement with the arts, literature and cultures of the Hispanic world through an array of programs for the diverse local, national, and international audiences that it serves. Every year we reach out to the widest possible audience through educational programs and activities that stimulate aesthetic and intellectual engagement, ignite creativity, and promote familiarity with Hispanic art and literature in its historical, cultural, and material contexts. All of our education and public programs are open free to the public.

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