EDUCATIONAL MCB | ONLINE WORKSHOP WHAT OBJECT IS THAT? – WATCH
Photos: Educativo MCB
Attention! The next workshop “What object is this?”, On February 13, will start promptly at 10 am and will last until approximately noon. The object to be investigated will be the clock!
One of the oldest instruments in history, this is due to the fact that human beings have always felt the need to measure time. But his desire for precision meant that different civilizations and cultures were not satisfied with observing nature.
Instruments such as the sundial, the horologium, the clepsidra and the hourglass were some of the invented instruments. Pocket watches were the first created for personal use and the pendulum for resistance. They were the privilege of the elite.
Tic tac tic tac. The time has passed. Everyone could access wristwatches and alarm clocks.
Does time today go by faster? Do we still have clocks as an object? Is the relationship between people and time the same? The object of study by philosophers, scientists and artists, time and the clock will be investigated in these two hours of the workshop.
What object is that? – Clock | Online drawing workshop
February 13, Saturday
Open for subscriptions
Free activity for the whole family
Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm
Tickets: R $ 15 and R $ 7.50 (half price)
Children under 10 and over 60 are exempt | Disabled people and their companion pay half-price
Free on weekends and holidays
Bike rack with 40 spaces | Paid on-site parking
Brazilian House Museum
Brig. Faria Lima, 2705 – Jardim Paulistano, Sao Paulo
Phone: (11) 3032-3727
Tue. to sun. from 10am to 6pm