Starting today and until Sunday, August 7, you can enjoy the cultural agenda of Córdoba. The cultural spaces of the city will exhibit, free of charge, temporary exhibitions and also the permanent collections that make up the heritage of all Cordobans.
On the one hand, the Genaro Pérez museum exhibits “Conjuro – Gadgets and Enchantments of Contemplation”, an exhibition that invites you to discover more than 60 individual works from the museum’s permanent collection combined with literary fragments by 13 artists from Córdoba and the interior of the country. . It can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., including holidays.
The MUCI (Museo de la Ciudad) located in the Historic Cabildo, Independencia 30, offers three exhibitions at the same time: “Simulacro”, “La Mágica Ciudad de Antonio Seguí” and the permanent collection linked to the history of the city of Córdoba.
Another option is the Juan de Tejeda Religious Art Museum, whose building dates from the beginning of the 17th century and includes three important collections: the one from the Cathedral, the one from the San José Monastery and the one formed from donations.
In addition, it presents the temporary exhibition “María”, by the artist Celia Pecini, until August 29. Any of the exhibitions at the Tejeda Museum have tickets with an accessible value of 100 and 200 pesos, for children under 12 years of age, it is free.
The Museum of Industry, the Jesuit Crypt, the Ibero-American Museum of Crafts and the Arch of Córdoba Museum (MARCO) also open their doors so that Cordobans and tourists come to the “weekend” and learn more about the proposals they offer these municipal spaces.
Check the complete agenda at this link: Cultural and Recreational Agenda August 5, 6 and 7.