Group Visits

Community Partnerships

The Basque Museum & Cultural Center has the unique opportunity to work with neighboring organizations and other Basque institutions both near and far to bring cultural programming to the community.  These relationships have all grown over many years to not only include Basque clubs and other local organizations, but also university and global institutions.  We are very excited to have the ability to work with the organizations listed below to provide presentations, classes and other events to the local community and beyond.

The Basque Studies department at Boise State University will be offering the several interesting courses Fall 2019. This includes Basque Culture through Cinema, and Food & Culture: The Basque Case. There are also several Basque Studies Workshops such as Introduction to Basque Culture, Culture & Tourism, and Paganism & Religion, Gender & Ethnicity, Genocide Studies: Introduction, and The French Basques. If you would like to learn more about course offerings, visit the first link below.

Basque Studies at Boise State University

William A. Douglass Center for Basque Studies – University of Nevada, Reno

Etxepare Basque Institute

University of the Basque Country

Similarly to School Programs, the Basque Museum also provides tours and other programming for seniors.  Enjoy a tour of the Museum, restored boarding house and fronton, learn about specific topics through programs like Osher, or schedule a presentation at an off-site location.  We are happy to help educate anyone on Basque history and culture.

Contact us for more information.