In a proposal for interaction with passers-by on the sidewalk in front of the museum, objects selected by the MCB educators will be borrowed for two weeks to the interested public. After this period, the object must return together to an image that the show in use in the participant’s home. The intention is to map the paths of an object through the city and check for photographic records the meaning assigned to it in the houses.
January 13rd, 20th and 27th, fridays at 10h30am
Free admission – no registration required
About Educational MCB
The Educational MCB proposes practices that articulate the look, do and think. We want visitors to take the role of researchers searching the contents that the museum offers a contemporary perspective. The idea is to create challenges that raise questions from their own experiences and find new ways to relate the visit to the MCB with their lives. Visits in groups – in general educational and social institutions – can be scheduled in advance. The duration is approximately one hour and a half. Groups over 25 people are splited into two classes. Spontaneous visits can be performed individually or in groups.
Tue. to sun. from 10am to 6pm