MARTE, Museo de Arte de El Salvador

The Art Museum of El Salvador (MARTE) was inaugurated on May 22, 2003. It is a private, nonprofit, whose operation is the responsibility of the Association of Art Museum of El Salvador, which was created for this purpose and whose legal status was obtained by Executive Agreement No. 338 published in the Official Journal Volume 89 347 of 6 May 2000. In short time, thanks to the work done by the association, the museum has become an essential reference in the cultural life of Central America. The MARS displays a permanent exhibition of works of art Salvadoran your collection, private collections and the national collection. This exhibition provides a broad overview of art Salvadoran mid-nineteenth century to contemporary times. Also, MARS has a program of temporary exhibitions, which have allowed for the first time in El Salvador, presented works of the great masters of world art. Its exhibits are complemented by an educational program that includes guided tours aimed primarily at students in the nation's public schools, a teacher training program and a varied program of complementary activities directly related to the exhibits. MARS maintains relations with international prestigious organizations, including: Museo Soumaya in Mexico Ortiz Gurdian Foundation of Nicaragua National Museum of Modern Art "Carlos Merida" of Guatemala Museum of Modern Art in Mexico Fundación Cisneros of Venezuela Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Costa Rica Costa Rican Art Museum We are part of the Program for North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM, for its acronym in English). We offer other services such as the Museum Store, Restaurant Point and use of facilities for social or corporate events. Our Mission: Contributing to the educational and cultural development through the conservation and dissemination of our artistic heritage, strengthening historic knowledge, reaffirming cultural values ??that shape our identity and promoting new artistic languages. Our Vision: Being an institution recognized for significant contributions to the development of the visual arts, encouraging creativity and dialogue, respecting individuality and promoting the search for new horizons Salvadoran art. Our Objectives: Raise awareness about the importance of conserving, valuing and enhance our artistic heritage. Seek ways to approximate the artistic community. Promote an awareness and appreciation of the art of the artist's work. Contribute to the training of professionals in the arts and related careers. Projecting the artist's work nationally and internationally. The museum is located in the city of San Salvador, between the President and the Hotel Teatro. Bus routes and taxi services: bus routes 30 B (standing in front of Plaza Italia) and 34 (stop versus MARS). Mars is opposite the point of taxis taxi cooperative Acontaxis, PBX: 2523-2424. e-mails: acontaxis@hotmail.com , acontaxisonline@gmail.com . Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Fee: Adults $ 1.50. Students $ 0.50 On Sunday admission is FREE to MARS. This benefit is extended every day to: Elderly Children under 8 years Public schools Students of the National Arts Centre (DINING) Students of the School of Arts of the National University Members of Association of Artists of El Salvador ( ADAPes )

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MARTE, Museo de Arte de El Salvador
Location: La Avenida Revolution
San Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador
Language: Spanish
Description: The Art Museum of El Salvador (MARTE) was inaugurated on May 22, 2003. It is a private, nonprofit, whose operation is the responsibility of the Association of Art Museum of El Salvador, which was created for this purpose and whose legal status was obtained by Executive Agreement No. 338 published in the Official Journal Volume 89 347 of 6 May 2000. In short time, thanks to the work done by the association, the museum has become an essential reference in the cultural life of Central America. The MARS displays a permanent exhibition of works of art Salvadoran your collection, private collections and the national collection. This exhibition provides a broad overview of art Salvadoran mid-nineteenth century to contemporary times. Also, MARS has a program of temporary exhibitions, which have allowed for the first time in El Salvador, presented works of the great masters of world art. Its exhibits are complemented by an educational program that includes guided tours aimed primarily at students in the nation's public schools, a teacher training program and a varied program of complementary activities directly related to the exhibits. MARS maintains relations with international prestigious organizations, including: Museo Soumaya in Mexico Ortiz Gurdian Foundation of Nicaragua National Museum of Modern Art "Carlos Merida" of Guatemala Museum of Modern Art in Mexico Fundación Cisneros of Venezuela Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Costa Rica Costa Rican Art Museum We are part of the Program for North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM, for its acronym in English). We offer other services such as the Museum Store, Restaurant Point and use of facilities for social or corporate events. Our Mission: Contributing to the educational and cultural development through the conservation and dissemination of our artistic heritage, strengthening historic knowledge, reaffirming cultural values ??that shape our identity and promoting new artistic languages. Our Vision: Being an institution recognized for significant contributions to the development of the visual arts, encouraging creativity and dialogue, respecting individuality and promoting the search for new horizons Salvadoran art. Our Objectives: Raise awareness about the importance of conserving, valuing and enhance our artistic heritage. Seek ways to approximate the artistic community. Promote an awareness and appreciation of the art of the artist's work. Contribute to the training of professionals in the arts and related careers. Projecting the artist's work nationally and internationally. The museum is located in the city of San Salvador, between the President and the Hotel Teatro. Bus routes and taxi services: bus routes 30 B (standing in front of Plaza Italia) and 34 (stop versus MARS). Mars is opposite the point of taxis taxi cooperative Acontaxis, PBX: 2523-2424. e-mails: acontaxis@hotmail.com , acontaxisonline@gmail.com . Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Fee: Adults $ 1.50. Students $ 0.50 On Sunday admission is FREE to MARS. This benefit is extended every day to: Elderly Children under 8 years Public schools Students of the National Arts Centre (DINING) Students of the School of Arts of the National University Members of Association of Artists of El Salvador ( ADAPes )
Website: http://www.marte.org.sv/
E-mail: info@marte.org.sv
Telephone: Office: +503 22436099 (Landline)
Fax: +503 22431726 (Landline)
Products/Services: Museums