With 110 available slots, course presents an overview of the
artistic movements that exist in the State
The Solar do Rosário promotes 01 august to 29 November free course on the history of the art of Paraná. The goal of the course is to present the artistic movements that exist in the State within a broader perspective of art history, exploring since the first movements that have marked the art infrastructure paranaense, around 1886, until the vanguard of the first decade of the 21st century. Registration is open until the day 20 July to teachers of public and private schools and after this period, until day 31 July, for arts students and the general public.
The content will be transferred through lectures, speeches and statements by artists, teachers, critics, gallery owners and relatives of deceased artists. There will also be a chat with personalities linked to art of Paraná. To complete the course, There will be visits to museums, public and private art spaces, Ateliers and art workshops. At the end, all participants will receive a certificate of completion. "The course will begin with an overview of the history of art, through the history of art of Brazil until the main focus is the art of Paraná. We have a model of historical heritage and other Art Education module. Also, will be studied the Art salons in Paraná, the creation of the most significant museums and art spaces of the State, the great contribution of the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and the school of music and fine arts of Paraná (BAP), as well as the importance of the early foreign travelers and, later, the representatives of the different migratory currents strengthened the State art ", explains the Director of Solar do Rosário, Lucia Malucelli Casillo.
Supported by the Ministry of culture (SEEC), through the project of State law of incentive to culture (PROFICE), the course also includes sponsorship of Companhia Paranaense de Energia (Copel).
Since 1992, the city of Curitiba has become a centralized pole for art professionals. The geographic proximity to the State of São Paulo and their strong artistic movements caused the Paraná initially delegated their own art movements to a secondary plan. These movements have only been strengthened in the 1950, When the Paraná economy showed a significant growth and put the State as the third largest coffee producer in the country. Allied to this, There was also the celebration of the centenary of the political emancipation of the State.
"During this period there has been a mobilization of the best artists of the Paraná and two large groups of artists-' Cocaco art ' and ' circle of fine arts '- , that were of fundamental importance for the integration of art in Paraná. We can roughly say that it corresponds to the modern art week 22 represents to Sao Paulo ", account the criticism and art teacher recently deceased George Araujo.
Check out the full schedule:
01/08 – Inaugural class with Maria Cecilia Noronha.
02 and 03/08 – Overview of art history – part 1 – Prof. Jul Leardini.
15 and 16/08 – Overview of art history – part 2 – Prof. Liana Zilber Vivekananda.
05 and 06/09 – History of contemporary art – Prof. Dr. Arthur Freitas.
19 and 20/09 – Overview of the history of art from Brazil-part 1 – Prof. Jul Leardini.
26 and 27/09 – Overview of the history of art from Brazil-part 2 – Prof. and Vahid Procopiak Master.
03 and 04/10 – Teaching methodology, Educational action – Lecturer-Art educator Patricia Reuter.
17 and 18/10 – Historic patrimony of Curitiba – Prof. Graduate Student Leticia Geraldi Ghesti.
07 and 08/11 – Art history of Paraná: the 19th century and first half of the 20th century – Profa. Dra. Akinola Odahara Free.
21 and 22/11 – Art history of Paraná: the second half of the 20th century to the present day – Prof. Dr. Fernando Fontoura Bini.
28/11 – 25 years of art in Paraná, coexistence with Poty Lazzaroto and testimonials from relatives of deceased artists – Lecture and roundtable discussion with Regina Casillo, artists and guests.
29/11 – 25 years of art in Paraná, the market today and talk with artists active in the art market of Paraná – Conversation with Regina Casillo and guests.
|Art history course of the Paraná at the Solar do Rosário|
|Period: up to 20/07 for private and public school teachers and 21 a 31/07 for arts students and the general public|
Inscriptions: in person at the Solar do Rosário, by phone (41) 3225-6232 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Local: Solar do Rosário (Duque de Caxias Street – 04 – San Francisco)