Families can take part in guided tours of exhibitions such as “Chavín” and “Marcel Odenbach. Movimientos quietos” and in creative workshops.
Lima, 20 July 2015 – The Lima Art Museum (MALI) and Enel Distribución Perú present the Great Enel Distribución Perú Week, which offers high-quality, cultural, affordable activities. As previous editions were well received by the public, the programme has been extended from seven to ten days.
MALI visitors can participate for free in temporary exhibitions (“Chavín” and “Marcel Odenbach. Movimientos quietos”), guided tours, creative workshops, film and theatre for children and adults (“El mono, el tigre y una cierta Tortuga” and “Jose, ¡hazte cargo!”), art presentations and a Peruvian musical show.
The 2014 record of 35 thousand visitors is expected to be broken this year. Enel Distribución Perú, through this unprecedented project in the country, contributes to the access to culture and art by promoting visits to MALI, one of the most important museums in Latin America.
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