The Museum was offering a new activity associated with its exhibition on the American West. This full-day activity analysed the dissemination of the cultures of the tribes who inhabited this region in the nineteenth century, making use of painting, photography, film and literature. The first talk was given by Miguel Ángel Blanco, the artist and curator of the exhibition, followed by others by recognised experts such as the British historian Silvia L. Hilton, the curators Patricia Alonso and Beatriz Robledo, the writer Jesús Palacios and the critic Carlos Reviriego.

Finally, there was a showing of the film Stop Over in Hell and a round table featuring its director, Víctor Matellano, producer Andrés Acevedo, script writers Antonio Durán and Juan Gabriel García and art director Javier de la Morena.