The house where the philosopher, Fernando González, lived , became in to a museum to spread and preserve his legacy. The collections of art and history that you can appreciate give an account of the importance of his thought. The Otraparte Museum has a wide cultural agenda for all tastes.
The Museum was declared as the public interest of the nation. In its cultural programming, you will find guided tours, readings aloud, film cycles, conferences, concerts, gatherings and literary workshops. In addition, you can enjoy spaces such as the auditorium, the library and the documentation center.
Fernando González was one of the founders of the Nadaísmo, a Colombian literary movement that developed during the period 1958-1964 in the city of Medellín, due to the heritage importance of the museum, which has become the seat of recognized activities such as the Film Festival Sin Fronteras and the International Poetry Festival of Medellín. In addition to this, Otraparte has an area to enjoy food, coffee and reading. A cultural plan highly recommended.