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On-site course-Inhotim: brazilian contemporary art

The goal of the course is to present a study on the spot on brazilian contemporary art, from visitation to the Inhotim, located in Brumadinho (MG), a 60 km from Belo Horizonte. Considered one of the most important collections of contemporary art from Brazil and the largest outdoor art of Latin America, the Institute was founded in 2014 in order to house the collection of Bernardo Paz, Manager of mining and metallurgy, He was married to artist carioca Adriana Varejao. Peace started to get rid of your valuable collection of modernist art, that included works by Portinari, Guignard and Di Cavalcanti, to form the collection of contemporary art which is now in Brumadinho. The Museum houses more than 450 works by Brazilian and foreign artists, highlighting works of Cildo Meireles, Tunga, Vik Muniz, Hélio Oiticica, Ernesto Neto, Adriana Varejao, Doug Aitken, Chris Burden, Yayoi Kusama, among others. The exhibitions are always renewed and galleries are opened annually.

More info, full itinerary and registration: www.museuartesacra.org.br

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When: 28 and 29 october of 2017 (saturday and sunday)
Load time: 20hours

INVESTMENT:
Double room: R$ 980 in sight (bank deposit or credit card) or R$ 1.200 in 03 parcels (credit card or post-dated checks) -There is no option to fit single or triple.
In case of cancellation of your trip, can replace with another person 07 days before the trip.
Your reservation will only be legitimised from the deposit.

INCLUDED:

  • Transport (bus bed, air conditioning,TV, toilet) that will be available during the trip.

Any transfer of the activities will be done with the Charter bus.

  • Hotel Real Palace Hotel Road (01 overnight + two breakfasts)

http://www.hotelembrumadinho.com.br/
Address: Municipal Highway Augusto Diniz Myrtle, Km 0
Brumadinho-Minas Gerais
(31) 3571-3521 / 3571-1031

The Estrada Real Palace Hotel is located in the municipality of Brumadinho, Minas Gerais. A destination surrounded by natural beauties and increasingly known worldwide, for hosting the largest open-air arts of Latin America. Situated only 4 km of the Inhotim, the hotel stands out for its excellent structure, location and impeccable accommodations.

  • MONITORING

Prof. Dr. Vanessa Beatriz Bortulucce: Graduated in history from the State University of Campinas (1997), Master in history of art and culture from the University of Campinas (2000) and a doctorate in Social History from the University of Campinas (2005). Has PhD by the Department of modern Letters FFLCH-USP. He is currently a lecturer in the following institutions: Assumption University Center (UNIFAI), Universidade São Judas Tadeu and Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo. Has experience in the field of art history, working mainly in the areas of culture of the 20th century: Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Italian Futurism, Umberto Boccioni, art and politics, Comic Strip and mass culture, History of Design, Communication theory and media analysis, Cinema, Cultural Industry, African Art, Tomb Art, translation.

NOT INCLUDED:
• Costs of meals, drinks and purchases made in the museum gift shop.
• Entrance to the Inhotim Institute (R$ 40,00 -half price for people over 60 years)

OUTPUT: Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo – 27 October at 11:00 pm
Address: Avenida Tiradentes, 676, Light | Subway Tiradentes
Access alternative: Rua Dr. Jorge Miranda, 43
Parking lot next to the Museum: Rua Jorge Miranda, 65 -$ 10 per day
IMPORTANT: The complete list of passengers, with names and RGs, need to be in the DNER in advance. Your deposit slip is your proof of registration.
Inscriptions: www.museuartesacra.org.br -LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Information: (11) 5627.5393
Vacancies: 40 (your reservation will be formalized upon payment)

At the end of the course the student will receive the certificate of participation.

Before your registration, check out the conditions under:
http://www.museuartesacra.org.br

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