The education programme aims to help the visitors approach the content of the Festival in a broader way, encouraging the participation, reflexion and creation through activities, actions, labs, walks and materials that allow other vision of the images.

The programme is designed for kids, families, youn people and adults, individuals and groups, amateurs and professionals.

Ibili – day visits

There’s no better way to get to know the Festival than visiting the exhibitions together with our teammate Beñat Romera.

Ibili – night visits

With the unusual light of flaslights, we suggest you a new way of approaching the artists’ works.

Ibili – GETXOPHOTO por

Because we think that photography can (and must) be consumed under new formats, the Festival organized the night promenades.

Ibili – GETXOPHOTO Express

We offer you to contextualize the Festival in 20′ so you can continue with your visit. There’s no way og getting lost.

Conversations – Ali Eslami

Come and take a closer look to False Mirror, the city built by self-taught artist Ali Elsami, expert in VR.

Families – creative workshop

Inspired by the incredible pop up books by Phillipe Ug, we will invent future scenes and words of the future armed with stickers, scissors, post its and books.

Lab – Kaiola experimentation at the museum

We´re transforming the Basque Museum into a production studio in which the participants will approach its archive from a contemporary way of looking.

GETXOPHOTO for groups

For groups or companies willing to know the Festival with specially designed tours. Please contact us.