One of the cornerstones of Eduardo Frei Montalva’s government was the Education Reform, which not only aimed to expand its scope but also made a transformation towards people’s intellectual growth, their proper integration into the working life and the opportunity of higher education.
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The house were the former President of Chile lived maintains all its original furniture, and it was declared National Monument in 2005. In order to celebrate the 2nd Chilean Cultural Heritage Day 2012, the house will open its doors free of charge, on September 2nd. [Read complete article]
How was the first space adventure undertaken? What are the lunar rocks made of? What are the last pictures revealed by NASA? All these questions will be part of the contents of ‘Viajando a la Luna’ (Traveling to the Moon), an dynamic workshop. This activity will take place at the Museo Nacional Aeronáutico y del Espacio (National Aeronautics And Space Museum) on Saturday, January 28th, from 11:00 to 13:00 hrs. 5000 Pedro Aguirre Cerda Avenue, Cerrillos. Free entrance. Registrations at firstname.lastname@example.org / Limited spaces. [Read complete article]
During January 2012, Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum will particularly exhibit the gifts given to Eduardo Frei Montalva by Chuquicamata, El Teniente, and Río Blanco mines, after 46 years of the publication of the Chilean Nationalization of Copper Law. [Read complete article]
Casa Museo Eduardo Frei Montalva invites senior citizens to the first Chilean museum dedicated to a former President. The Museum has maintained its original furniture and its 1960 decoration. This cultural experience will stimulate memories of our recent past through a portrait of 1960’s family life. [Read complete article]
Eduardo Frei Montalva House Museum exhibits “Guayasamín en Chile, 1969” at El Farol room in University of Valparaíso. Twelve works made by Oswaldo Guayasamín, along with educational panels and giant-size prints will be exhibited from 3 to 29 January at 1113 Blanco Street, Valparaíso. Free entrance. [Read complete article]
Works by emerging and established artists, heritage collections, theatre, music, audiovisual projects, and views of the night skies will feature in the 25th Edition of “Museos de Medianoche” (Museums at Midnight), event in which every museum will exhibit the very best of their programme in a unique night tour from 18.00 to 00.00 hrs. FREE. [Read complete article]
Throughout August, the full speech written and given by Eduardo Frei Montalva at the Teatro Caupolicán (”Caupolicán Theater”) in 1980, goes on display as an especial exhibition, highlightig the former president as a leader opposed to the Regime of the time. [Read complete article]
Along with a rotating exhibition of micro-documentaries called “Microbios”, House Museum Eduardo Frei Montalva wants to invite you, the first Saturday of the month, to this activity that is open to the public and free. There will be special activities in art galleries, shops, restaurants, and coffeehouses in the neighborhood. [Read complete article]
As a special occasion, a Luis XVI teacup for traveling and an Etruscan amphora will be exhibit during the entire month of July. Both objects were given to Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1965, during his first presidential tour to Europe. You can come and visit it for free! [Read complete article]
Meet some of the visitors the Museum received on Cultural Heritage Day. Furthermore, you will find images of the tour arranged for the first visitors of that day; a tour that was guided by Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle.
It is a new year to celebrate the day of the cultural patrimony in public spaces, and the House Museum Eduardo Frei Montalva won’t be the exception. We will be open next Sunday, 29th May, from 10 to 18 hrs in order to celebrate this important date. Hindenburg Street 683, Providencia. [Read complete article]