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CCBB Educativo celebrates the 16th Spring of Museums

CCBB Educativo celebrates the 16th Spring of Museums, the “Blue September – National Day of the Deaf” and promotes the Meeting with Teachers dedicated to the visibility of the Deaf Community and accessibility

With the theme “Independence and Museums: other 200, other stories”, the 16th Spring of Museums takes place across the country between 19 and September 25, 2022.




To celebrate this commemorative date, in the Tale of the Days 24 and 25 September, the public and their families will know the history of Imperial Highness Maria Leopoldina, the first empress of Brazil, through music, poetry, mysteries and adventures.

For “Blue September – National Day of the Deaf”, Day 23 to 26 September, CCBB Educativo do Rio invites the deaf community and those fluent in Libras to participate in the Mediated Visits and Story Time in Libras and for the “Meeting with Teachers”, on saturday, day 24 September, às 10h, on “Accessibility and the deaf community” with the participation of the Libras teacher, Heveraldo Alves Ferreira.




CCBB Educativo is an ongoing art education program sponsored by Banco do Brasil, which develops educational activities to bring the public closer to the schedule on display in the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil (CCBB). In 2022, the Program is carried out by Sapoti Projetos Culturais and offers mediated visits, Arts Lab, storytelling, reading mediation, experiences for young children, meeting with teachers and events on commemorative dates. The activities offered are aimed at all audiences and are entirely free..

in the month of september, the CCBB Educativo do Rio celebrates the 16ª spring Museums, from 24 to 25 September with lots of activities for all ages. To celebrate this commemorative date, at story time, in the days 24 and 25 September, at 1 pm and 3 pm, the public and their families will learn about the history of the Imperial Highness Maria Leopoldina, the first empress of Brazil, through music, poetry, mysteries and adventures.

To dedicate to the visibility of the Deaf Community, from 23 to 26 September is the Commemorative Date, “Blue September – National Day of the Deaf”, which invites the deaf community and those fluent in Libras to participate in the Mediated Visits and the Story Time in Libras. Another activity that integrates the theme is the “Meeting with Teachers”, about “Accessibility and the Deaf Community” with the participation of the Libras teacher, Heveraldo Alves Ferreira, on 24 September, às 10h, in the CCBB Auditorium – 3º andar.

There are also, other activities inspired by the Playmode exhibition, which is playing until the day 12 October, located on the ground and 2nd floor.

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COMMEMORATIVE DATE

Commemorative date “Bicentennial of Independence” – Museum Spring (24 to 25 September)

With the theme “Independence and Museums: other 200, other stories”, the 16th Spring of Museums takes place across the country between 19 and September 25, 2022. The annual event season coordinated by Ibram (Brazilian Institute of Museums) proposes to encourage visits to cultural spaces, strengthening the ties between museums and society. And, This year, seeks to reflect on the Bicentennial of the Independence of Brazil and its ramifications, revisited under a new perspective of this historical fact.

And, on this commemorative date, CCBB Educativo prepared a special storytelling. In the days 24 and 25 September, in the hours of 13h e 15h, educators will bring the story of D. Leopoldina. Daughter of Francis I, king of austria, passionate about botany and painting, leaves his icy land and faces the seas towards Brazil to marry D. Pedro I. Imperial Highness Maria Leopoldina landed in Rio de Janeiro at 19 years old to become the first empress of Brazil, leaving their mark behind the scenes of national politics, heading towards independence. In this storytelling permeated by music, poetry, mystery and adventure, you and your family are invited to travel through the history of Brazil.

“Blue September – National Day of the Deaf” (Days 23 to 26 September)

Why do we celebrate special dates?? Many of these days are milestones or achievements. The CCBB is a place for children. The CCBB is a place for children, CCBB Educativo invites the public, of all ages, to reflect on dates we celebrate on our calendar.

And, thinking not”Blue September”, month dedicated to the visibility of the Deaf Community, where the National Day of the Deaf (26/09), the day of sign language (23/09) and the Day of the Interpreter Translator (30/09), CCBB Educativo will offer a program aimed at the deaf community and those fluent in Libras, in the days 23, 24, 25 and 26 September.

CCBB Educativo RJ counts on its team with Davi Vasconcelos, bilingual educator in LIBRAS, Raisa Neumann, deaf intern, and Jessica Valente, interpreter in LIBRAS, that will take the visitors for an immersion in the Mediated Visits in Libras and in the Hour of the Tale in Libras. also on sunday, day 25, CCBB Educativo welcomes the actor, art educator and teacher, Augusto Machado who will hold a Classifier workshop and storytelling in Libras for the deaf community and open to all interested audiences.

A Commemorative Date – National Day of the Deaf will happen in the days 23, 24, 25 and 26 September, with visits arranged on Friday, Saturday and Monday at 1pm, 15h and 5:00 pm, on Sunday, at 1 pm and 5 pm. also on sunday, Classifiers Workshop, at 2 pm and Story Time in Pounds at 3 pm.

Meeting with Teachers - Theme: Accessibility and the deaf community

We want to strengthen the ties between the CCBB and the schools! once a month, CCBB Educativo meets with teachers from public and private schools for a meeting that explores the pedagogical possibilities of the exhibitions on display. For public schools is the possibility to participate in the free bus draw, that expands access to the CCBB.

The Teachers' Meeting is a monthly event held on the last Saturday of the month., as a way of provoking debates about the exhibitions, with professors and the academic community, bringing schools closer to the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center.

On Saturday, day 24 September, às 10h, CCBB Educativo invites education professionals to participate in a conversation about “Accessibility and the deaf community”.

The guest to address the subject is the Libras teacher, Heveraldo Alves Ferreira, with extensive experience in the public and private spheres, where he has already performed functions as an examiner of boards such as ProLibras, entrance exams and public contests.

He was an advisor to INES (National Institute of Deaf Education) and researcher in projects to create audiovisual material for the education of deaf children and young people. Has experience as a presenter on INES TV, the first Web TV in Brazil focused on accessible production culture and education in Libras. Currently, gives lectures and workshops and offers consultancy in Libras.

This is another activity in celebration of National Day of the Deaf, celebrated in 26 September. The CCBB has visits in Libras in the permanent grid of the Educational Program actions.

Tickets can be collected through the CCBB website. (bb.com.br/cultura) or directly at the CCBB Box Office, 1 hour before the event.

In the universe of the Playmode exhibition, CCBB Educativo prepared several activities inspired by the! Check!

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays

Let's live experiences from fiction? Let's live experiences from fiction, to get to know other cultures and worldviews. And why not experience exhibition concepts through storytelling? Let's live experiences from fiction, sometimes, accompanied by musical instruments and dolls. A story time takes place every weekend at the Atelier Aberto do CCBB Educativo, at 1 pm and 3 pm, being the sunday session, at 3:0 pm, affordable in pounds.

In the universe of games and exhibition Playmode, to story time will tell the public about theChaturanga”, better known as chess, a game so old that, during all the years of its existence, there were several stories associated with its origin. The first story that is told worldwide takes place in India, about a king who lost his son and the priests of the kingdom didn't know what else to do to end that sadness, until a Brahmin appears and presents the Chaturanga or, as we know today, the chess.

In "Alice in Wonderland", one of Lewis Carroll's most famous works,the character Alice is playing in a garden when, suddenly, sees a white rabbit running and decides to follow it. When running after the rabbit, she ends up falling into a hole that takes her to a world where nothing seems to make sense..

robot has feelings? This story tells about a very curious girl, who loved to go out to play with new things. Your grandmother's house had many rooms, being a great invitation to new discoveries. She ended up going on an adventure about machines, love and loyalty when she realized her grandmother kept a robot in a mysterious door. How will this new friendship work??

The Story Time takes place on Saturdays and Sundays, at 1 pm and 3 pm, with Tale Time accessible in Pounds on Sundays, at 3 pm.

Let's live experiences from fiction

Let's live experiences from fiction? Let's live experiences from fiction. Let's live experiences from fiction. Let's live experiences from fiction.

For the exhibition Playmode, the books address topics such as virtual interaction, parallel realities, immersion, viewpoints, ancestral culture and the individual and collective construction. In this wordless book, Mirror, de Suzy Lee, the award-winning artist narrates in just two colors the infinite possibility of play that inhabits the minds of children in the most common everyday situations, how to see yourself in front of a mirror.

queen of colors, by Jutta Bauer

This is the story of a queen who depended on her subjects to come and go.. His subjects were colors, like yellow, red… Each one had its own characteristics and weaknesses. Some day, taken by the gray and the disharmony of its colors, managed to really perceive the quality of each of them.

Zoom, de Istvan Banyai

this provocative book, wordless, can be 'read’ both front to back, like backwards. The illustrations here invite us to realize that our ideas about anything are subject to change., depending on our point of view. On this amazing adventure, even philosophical, nothing is what it seems.

The Mouth of the Night, by Cristiano Wapichana and Graça Lima

O menino Kupai, main character of this story, very curious and inventive, tell a little about childhood, of the family, of the daily life and creativity of the Wapishana people. History shows how it is possible that there are other ways of reading the world and natural phenomena.

Square, de Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen

The book is about the Square and his friend, to Circle. In the story the authors narrate the attempt of the Square to make something as perfect as the shape of the Circle.. The interaction of the characters reveals that there are other possibilities beyond the idealized.

The The CCBB is a place for children takes place on Saturdays and Sundays at 10 am and 2 pm.

SMALL AND SMALL HANDS – EXPERIENCES FOR THE SMALL IN THE GALLERY

How can we talk about exhibits in a language for young children?? How to create moments that provide contact with the work, the watchful eye and experimentation in a meaningful way? Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask., General Coordinator of CCBB Educativo, believes that it is possible to bring content and concepts present in the exhibitions in a fun way. The fun, precisely, it's not just entertainment: is loaded with meaning. Adapted to the needs of each age group, The activities are divided into two moments – “Tiny Hands”, for children 2 to 3 years and "Little Hands”, to the range of 3 to 6 years.

Tiny Hands

Early childhood is the time to experience and apprehend the world. Colors, forms, textures and sounds are some of the elements that awaken the experience of the little ones.

CCBB Educativo developed a sensory space for children from 2 to 3 years and his family to explore the world through the senses and experience.

The Little Hands – Playmode presents a reinterpretation of the traditional memory game. The purpose of the activity is to create a game in which the little visitor is encouraged to find the pair of textures by placing his hand inside a box., not knowing what's inside. When to find the pair, he removes the boxes from the furniture and will continue like this until he can identify all of them. It can be played individually or in pairs. He flipped brings reflections on how games excessively stimulate our visual field to the detriment of the other senses. By shifting memory from the visual field to the tactile field, provokes the audience to explore, also, your perception and memory of touch.

This action has other furniture for use by the adult audience with accessibility for wheelchair users.

The little hands happens on saturdays, às 11h. Already the Tiny Hands happens on sundays, às 11h.

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays

It's time to create! The Arts Laboratory is a space for aesthetic experimentation, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays. Lasting 1 hour, the arts lab is a space for exchange, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Arts Lab takes place on Saturdays and Sundays, at 12 noon and 4 pm.

Playmode StationSelfTrunfo

A Playmode Station, installed on the ground floor of the CCBB, account with the activity SelfTrunfo, inspired by the Super Trump card game, the SelfTrunfo from CCBB Educativo brings a customizable interactive panel for the visitor to take a photo and classify characteristics of his personality. Invited to create your own letter through a photograph selfie, the audience will rate (with one to five stars) skills like your laugh level, of impatience, to make faces, sleep and how long can you stay away from your cell phone.

in the traditional game, skills refer to practical aspects of objects, of animals or superheroes. On SelfTrunfo, the idea is for the audience to analyze skills that are not always valued in practical contexts, but which have a great impact on building your personality and personal image. Come assemble your letter and post it on social media with the hashtag #selftrump.

He flipped

In addition, the activity He flipped is a reinterpretation of the traditional memory game that encourages visitors to realize how much more traditional games demand our vision than the other senses. From this, the He flipped suggests the same dynamics of finding the pairs, but with a difference, is the touch the sense stimulated, touching what is inside the boxes in order to discover and relate the different textures.

What sensation is caused by the texture you touch? Is it rough or soft? Is it hot or cold? Can be played individually or in pairs, He flipped brings reflections on how games excessively stimulate our visual field to the detriment of the other senses. By shifting memory from the visual field to the tactile field, the public is provoked to explore, also, your perception and memory of touch.

These activities are included in the Playmode Station, on the ground floor of CCBB RJ and takes place on the second, Fourth, Thursday and Friday at 12 noon, 13h, 17h and 7:00 pm, Saturdays at 10am and 7pm and Sundays at 5pm.

In addition to recreational activities for all ages, the educational CCBB offers mediated and scheduled visits to the Playmode exhibition! Check!

SCHEDULED VISITS

Schedule your educational visit with us! Public and private schools, NGOs and other institutions dedicated to education and social integration can schedule educational visits to the exhibitions. Lasting 1 hour, visits encourage exchange, research and reflection on exhibitions.

Scheduled visits take place on Mondays., the 4th, Thursdays and Fridays, at 9:30, 10h, 14h, 15h e 18h; Saturdays and Sundays at 9:30 am. To schedule, just send an email to agendamento.rj@programaccbbeducativo.com.br and request the form!

MIDDLE VISITS

In September, CCBB Rio has the show Playmode, until 12 October, located on the ground and 2nd floor. The exhibition invites the visitor to reflect on the period of gamification, that contemporary societies go through, bringing together works by various artists who embrace the theme and explore new ways to use the game, but critically.

how about visiting Playmode accompanied by an educator? Visitors of all ages participate in a guided group tour, no need to schedule. Lasting 1 hour, visits take place on mondays, the 4th, Thursdays and Fridays, às 11h, 16h e 18h; Saturdays and Sundays, at 10 am and 6 pm.

The mediated visits last 1 hour and the tickets, as well as for Playmode, can be picked up free of charge at the CCBB box office or on the website bb.com.br/cultura.

The Scheduled Visits for public and private schools, NGOs, tour groups, among other, need to book in advance to guarantee service.

VIRTUAL MEDIATED VISITS

One of the novelties of the educational program is the virtual modality of Mediated Visits. Through videoconferencing, an educator welcomes the audience and, through mediation, will address the works of the exhibitions, democratizing access to current programming. Virtual Visits must be scheduled via email agendamento.rj@programaccbbeducativo.com.br. Simply request the form and wait for the confirmation message with the link to the platform!

Mediated visits (Re)Discovering the CCBB are dedicated to CCBB's assets. They happen on Thursdays, at 6 pm and Fridays, às 11h. We can know the past through architecture? What stories guard the walls of a building? Educators and visitors walk through the space that houses the CCBB to learn more about its architecture and history.

ABOUT CCBB RJ

The Banco do Brasil Rio de Janeiro Cultural Center is open from Monday to Saturday, das 9h às 21h, on Sunday, from 9:00 to 8:00 pm, and closes on tuesdays. Inaugurated in 12 October 1989, the CCBB is installed in a historic building, designed by the architect of the Empire, Francisco Joaquim Bethencourt da Silva. Landmark of the revitalization of the historic center of Rio de Janeiro, the Cultural Center maintains a plural program, regular and affordable, in the fields of visual arts, cinema, theater, dance, music and thought. In 32 years of operation, There were more than 3 thousand projects offered to the public, and, since 2011, CCBB included Brazil in the annual ranking of the British newspaper The Art Newspaper, projecting Rio de Janeiro among the cities with the most visited art shows in the world. The building has 3 theaters, 2 movie theaters, around 2 thousand square meters of exhibition spaces, auditoriums, multipurpose rooms and library with more than 150 thousand copies. Visitors also have restaurants and cafes., services with exclusive discounts for Banco do Brasil customers.

RIO DE JANEIRO EDUCATIONAL CCBB SERVICE

ALL THE ACTIVITIES ARE FREE

Scheduled Visits

14 to 30 September

Playmode

Second, Thursday and Friday: 9:30, 10h, 14h, 15h, 18h

Fourth: 9:30, 10h, 15h, 18h

Saturday and Sunday: 9:30

Doubts, information and appointments:
programaccbbeducativo.com.br

(21) 3808-2070 | agendamento.rj@programaccbbeducativo.com.br

Schedule your educational visit with us! Public and private schools, NGOs and other institutions dedicated to education and social integration can schedule educational visits to the exhibitions. Lasting 1 hour, scheduled educational visits encourage the exchange, research and reflection on exhibitions.

Playmode Station

Days: Monday, Fourth, farm, friday 12 pm, 13h, 17h and 7:00 pm, Saturdays at 5 pm and 7 pm and Sundays at 5 pm.

Local: Ground floor of CCBB RJ

Mediated Visits – Playmode

14 to 30 September
Second, Fourth, farm, friday and monday: 11h, 16h and 18h ​​and Saturday and Sunday: 10h e 18h.

Mediated Visits – (Re)Discovering the CCBB

Fifth: 18h, Friday: 11h

Free participation with ticket collection on the website bb.com.br/cultura or at the CCBB box office 1h before.

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS, FROM 10AM TO 5PM (hourly activities)

The CCBB is a place for children

Saturdays and Sundays, 10h e 14h

Let's live experiences from fiction. Let's live experiences from fiction.

story time

Saturday and Sunday: 13h e 15h

Storytelling from popular culture and universal literature are presented by educators, sometimes accompanied by musical instruments and dolls.

Story Time in Pounds

Sundays: 15h

Accessible storytelling session in Libras for deaf and deaf people.

Arts Lab

Saturdays and Sundays, 12h e 16h

Lasting 1 hour, the arts lab is a space for exchange, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays, their themes and concepts.

little hands

Saturdays, 11h

Activities aimed at visitors 3 to 6 years, who are taking their first steps in the gallery. The idea is to welcome the little ones and their families in the CCBB exhibitions.

tiny hands

Sundays, 11h

Activity for young children 2 to 3 years and their families. The program can include musicalization activities or experiences that stimulate broad and fine motor skills, the development of body awareness and the senses.

Commemorative Date – Bicentennial of Independence – Museum Spring

Days: 24 and 25 September

Time: 13h e 15h

Local: Open Atelier

Commemorative Date – National Day of the Deaf

Days: 23 to 26 September

Visits mediated in Pounds – Days 23, 24, 25 and 26 September (Friday, Saturday, sunday and monday)

Time: 13h, 15h and 5:00 pm

Story Time in pounds – Days: 25 September (Sunday)

Time: 15h

Meeting with Teachers – With Heveraldo Alves Ferreira, Libras teacher

Theme: “Accessibility and the Deaf Community in Teaching”.

Day: 24 September

Time: 10h

Local: CCBB Auditorium – 3º andar.

Tickets can be collected through the CCBB website. (bb.com.br/cultura) or directly at the CCBB Box Office, 1 hour before the event.

CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL - CCBB RIO DE JANEIRO

First Street March, 66

Phone: (21) 3808-2020 

www.ccbb.com.br/rio-de-janeiro

Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask.: bb.com.br/cultura

Social networks: twitter.com/ccbb_rj/ | facebook.com/ccbb.rj | Instagram: Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask.

RIO DE JANEIRO EDUCATIONAL CCBB

First Street March, 66 – 1st walk

Phone: (21) 3808-2070

E-mail: agendamento.rj@programaccbbeducativo.com.br

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