The NAUTA Institute is a cultural non-profit association with an international reach. Our objective is to foment educational, social, cultural, and economic relationships with those countries who, throughout their histories, the Spanish presence has left its mark.
IGCAT aims to empower local communities by raising awareness of the importance to protect and promote distinct regional food, culture, arts and natural assets as part of sustainable and balanced tourism and development strategies. This is essential to safeguard our planet, health, wellness and local economies.
In 25 years of activity, Interexpo has created itinerant exhibits, permanent museums and large cultural centers. Interexpo develops the entire project: conceptualization of ideas, design, planning, construction, content and program, marketing and management.
With great national and international projection, Interexpo offers complete solutions to its clients anywhere in the world. Interexpo works in America, Europe and Asia, and has its own group of technical companies, a large portfolio of partners and a catalog with extensive art collections.
International Cultural and Interactive Exhibitions
The project stems from Interexpo's accumulated experience through the creation and management of the INTERACTIVE MUSEUM OF MUSIC of MÁLAGA, from which itinerant exhibits, redesigned music museums such as the Violin Museum, and thousands of music-related activities such as concerts, workshops, and others, have been created.
“Living Lab Kids” designed for museums and science centers around the world. It is an online and in-person program based on creative experiences. We have workshops and activities that stimulate the creativity of the participants, especially families with children under 12 years of age.