We offer experimental workshops aimed at all types of audiences on different topics (prehistory, ethnology and the environment).
The activities last approximately 90 minutes, for a maximum of 25 participants per session. They include a dialogued explanation and teaching material for the experimental part.
You can check the offer and pre-book you can fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
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The youngest participants will get to know, through images and a model of a riurau, agriculture and architecture linked to obtaining the raisin.
The workshop will consist of making a model of a riurau with recycled material, as well as drawing the motifs that decorated the raisin boxes, for the smaller public to paint on a paper box.
Music is a universal phenomenon and characteristic of human societies. What instruments were used in prehistory? Why would they be used? We will
experience music with replicas, thanks to the archaeological record and ethnoarchaeological comparisons. The body would be the first instrument and
we will continue with others made with natural elements (bones, shells, wood, seeds) like the ones we have in the workshop.
The activity consists of approaching pottery from prehistoric origins: the Neolithic. We will approach through these objects the prehistoric life forms. In
the workshop, the process of making Neolithic ceramics is simulated using the materials, production techniques and decorations and with the help of replicas.
Through replicas of prehistoric material and practical activity, the ways of life of prehistoric societies and the techniques of obtaining fire will be made known to the public. Participants will experience the two prehistoric techniques with the goal of lighting it up in the workshop. It will delve into the change that it meant for human life: what functions it had both to make everyday life more comfortable and because of its socializing role.
Participants get closer to Upper Palaeolithic and Neolithic societies throughtheir artistic expressions. With the help of replicas and ethno-archaeological comparisons, the techniques and materials used to make clothing,ornamentation and decoration are known. Finally, the attendees make an ornament imitating prehistoric materials and techniques.
Participants will learn about the appearance of prehistoric art, its development, techniques and contextualization. The activity is accompanied by replicas of prehistoric material and cards that explain the origin of prehistoric art and the most significant examples, as well as the differences between movable art and rock art. In the workshop, the public will be able to experience the painting and engraving techniques of prehistoric art.
Reservation of didactic workshops
Ideari offers Didactic workshops based on experimentation to make known the cultural and natural heritage.
- Includes dialogued explanation and teaching material
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Maximum: 25 participants per session
- For all audiences.