MCB EDUCATION | OFICINAS NA CALÇADA - ABRIL
The workshops on the sidewalk are carried out by the MCB’s Education and are practical practices that articulate the look, do and think about housing issues. Check out the complete schedule for this month:
The Printed House
03 and 10 April, Tuesdays, from 11am to 12:30 p.m.
Basic silkscreen printing will be offered by the artist Monica Schoenacker, on the sidewalk of the MCB, and will be stamped some images of pieces from the collection of the museum in dish cloths. The participant can take their work home. No prior registration is required.
Draw your home
04 and 18 April, Wednesdays, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.
The participant describes his house or shows a photograph and from this the educated artist Marcos Gorgatti draws a picture. The original can be taken home, and the drawings will be digitized and archived in the museum. No prior registration is required.
Words and Houses
April 11 and 25, Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.
The theme is the proposal of this workshop. The participants give their affective reports and from this the team of artists-educators of the MCB itself will elaborate poetic transcriptions with typewriters. Generously typed texts can be taken by participants. No prior registration is required.
What is this object?
05 and 19 April, Thursdays, from 11am to 12:30 p.m.
Workshop for the observation of everyday household objects with the guidance of the artist Aline Van Langendonck. No prior registration is required.
April 12 and 26, Thursdays, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Artist Beth Ziani will provide participants with the basics of embroidery and fabric application from images from parts of the MCB collection and souvenirs from household objects. Those who participate in the workshop can contribute to the production of a large collective embroidery or start an individual work. No prior registration is required.
06 and 20 April, Fridays, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Taught by Suiá Burger Ferlaut, the workshop proposes the mapping and compilation of uses of objects in the house, whether real or imaginary. No prior registration is required.
* Programming is subject to change.
MCB Education proposes practices that articulate the look, the doing and the thinking so that the visitors take on the role of researchers, researching the contents that the museum offers in a contemporary perspective. The idea is to create challenges for participants in educational activities to raise questions from their own experiences and discover new meanings in relating the visit to MCB with their lives. Visits in groups – In general, educational and social institutions can be scheduled in advance. The duration is approximately one and a half hours. Groups with more than 25 people are divided into two groups. Spontaneous visits can be done individually or in groups.