Located near the monument to El Salvador, Form museum is a unique artistic corner.
This is a space dedicated to the arts and education Salvadoran cultural visitors, which also supports creative artists, mainly younger.
Founded in 1983, by pintora Julia Diaz, who dedicated this initiative to protect with zeal and selflessness Salvadoran plastic creations in order to bequeath to future generations.
Since, The museum is divided into seven rooms displaying approximately 85 parts divided by themes such as realism, surrealism, Abstract Art, portraits, lithographs and more.
The museum devotes shape like a little oasis of knowledge about the history Salvadoran plastic. All visitors soak up the impressive achieve artistic production created by teachers and students over the years.
Those works are resguardas in a beautiful house built in 1932 by architect Armando Sol and belonged to the family Meardi Pinto. He is considered a jewel of neo-colonial architecture of the capital.
The museum has a library open to the public with a variety of reference books in Spanish, English and French. Also, may bring memories as postcards, crafts, lithographs, books and paintings at prices ranging $0.50 USD a $100.00 USD.
Notably, Julia Díaz Foundation works hard to promote the arts in different sectors of the country, especially focused on children and youth with artistic potential their supporters to achieve educational programs, scholarships, other opportunities.
- General admission $1.50 USD
- Students $0.50 USD
- Foreigners $3.00 USD
Schedules: Moons has viernes of 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m.
Phone: (503) 2298-4269
Address: Alameda Manuel Enrique Araujo, pasaje sending Florida On, side of Poniente AFP / TRUST, San Salvador.
When driving a vehicle is recommended that you take towards Olympic Avenue Financial Center HSBC Bank. Semaphore (at the intersection of Olympic Avenue and Alameda Manuel Enrique Araujo) crossing to the first block on the right and advance to find the passage Senda Florida (located to the right of the road) that will lead to the exit of the Alameda Manuel Enrique Araujo. This street is one-way and is the only access to the museum.
Bus routes are constantly circulating in the area, towards the Monument to El Salvador del Mundo:
101-B, 101-D, 30-B (R-55), 42, 42-A, 42-B, 7, 7-D, 46, 46-C, 52, R-16 and 202 (with tours Abroad, Santa Ana y San Salvador). Ticket cost from $0.25 USD.
Elevation 2192 feet
N 13° 42.052´
W 89° 13.562´
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