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CCBB Educativo highlights the Ancestral Multiple – Xavante Culture and thematic mediated visits

Check out the highlights of CCBB Educativo – Arte's face-to-face and remote programming & Education! An environment conducive to research, creation, promotion and access to culture.

The Ancestral Multiple – Xavante Culture brings indigenous filmmaker Divino Tserewahú to talk about the Xavante people, through image records, sounds and memories of your village life.

In face-to-face and remote activities, the mediated visits to the new exhibition "Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection”, on display at CCBB-Rio are until the day 15 August at CCBB-Rio. The show marks the 22 years since the death of psychiatrist Nise da Silveira (1905-1999), one of the greatest scientists in Brazil, internationally recognized.

Check out the remote and in-person activities and participate!

Prior scheduling is via the website: ccbbeducativo.com

The program CCBB Educativo - Art & Education develops actions that stimulate the experience, creating, research and reflection through pedagogical processes, artistic and curatorial. Every month offers educational visits, courses, workshops, cultural encounters and practices. The activities dialogue with the CCBB's programming and are aimed at all audiences, with inclusive and affirmative actions to strengthen relations with the school community, educators, disabled people, families, non-governmental organizations, social movements, professionals from the fields of art, culture and interested. At this time, in which special visit and stay protocols are necessary for the safety of all of us against COVID 19, face-to-face activities have a reduced number of participants and rules for scheduling and participating in accordance with local government guidelines. On the other hand, digital programming brings a new scope, enabling access by audiences from all over the national territory. The full schedule is available on the website: www.ccbbeducativo.com

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The CCBB Educativo of Rio de Janeiro offers mediated visits to the exhibitions on display: 1981/2021: Brazilian contemporary art in the Andrea and José Olympio collection Pear, until day 26 July and “Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection", until day 15 August 2021.

The show 1981/2021: Brazilian contemporary art in the Andrea and José Olympio collection Pear presents a look at the contemporary Brazilian artistic panorama between 1980 and 2021, addressing the importance of collecting in Brazil. The exhibition brings together 68 artists and a collection with 119 works of art by important artists, from different generations, covering a period of 40 years of the artistic movement in the country. The works enable numerous reflections on the production of contemporary art and its connection to life and everyday life. In conversations between the educators of the educational program and the visiting public, themes related to landscape and nature will be investigated in the works of the exhibition, its various forms of representation, translation and possible meanings. Check out the exhibition 1981/2021: Brazilian Contemporary Art from the Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Collection in: https://fb.watch/4-mtRVAn9D/ and schedule your visit!

The exhibition Nise da Silveira – The Revolution for Affection will occupy three rooms at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center Rio de Janeiro from the day 9 of June, gathering about of 90 works by clients of the Museum of Images of the Unconscious, beside pieces of Lygia Clark and Joe Carlos Garcia, photographs of Alice Brill, Rogério Reis and Rafael bqueer, videos of Leon Hirzsman and Tiago Sant’Ana and watercolors and photos of Carlos Vergara. It is curated by the M’Baraká Studio, with consultancy by psychiatrist Vitor Pordeus and museologist Eurípedes Júnior. in the three rooms, the public will walk through the precursors of art therapy as opposed to the treatments of the time, the issue of affection, then you will see the arrival of Nise from Alagoas in Rio de Janeiro, the passage through prison, the women he lived with, among them the samba dancer Dona Ivone Lara, even do a dive into the unconscious, also exploring the territorial issue of the inner craft as a space of exclusion and metaphor of inner craft versus outer craft.

This year are completed 22 years since Nise da Silveira's death – and 22 is a number associated with madness in the popular imagination, theme approached in a revolutionary way by the psychiatrist Nise da Silveira (1905-1999). Physician trained as the only woman in a class with more than 150 men, became known worldwide for the avant-garde idea of ​​using affection as a scientific methodology in the treatment of people with mental suffering.

The mediated visits for the exhibitions on display at CCBB-Rio are by prior appointment, on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. Thursdays and Saturdays are at 12pm. Entry to the CCBB-Rio building is only allowed by prior appointment in: bit.ly/ccbbrjeventim.

The visits mediated in Libras it's thursdays (Brazilian Contemporary Art from the Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Collection) and Saturdays (Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection), at 4 pm and occur simultaneously in Portuguese, with Brazilian translation of signs (Pounds). The capacity is 6 people, by prior appointment. The Free and Indicative rating for people above 5 years. Thursdays,16h.

The heritage-mediated visits happen on Wednesdays, to 12 hours and Sundays, at 4:00 pm. In this visit “CCBB and the City: Banco do Brasil Cultural Center and the city of Rio de Janeiro”The public follows a course that will allow them to learn about the history of CCBB Rio de Janeiro, exploring aspects of its architecture, in dialogue with its territory and the elements that integrate its spaces, which constitute an important heritage of arts and culture in the country. The meeting point is at the Box Office.

All the Saturdays, to 15 hours, CCBB-Rio offers the artistic workshops of the PLACE OF CREATION. These are experiences for all audiences with artistic activities of creation and cultural mediation that encourage interaction and dialogue with the arts and current topics. The capacity is for up to 12 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform. For this activity, only one ticket is issued per CPF; the representative may be accompanied by up to 03 people in your family, with the same ticket.

Saturday, day 26 June – Story Workshop – Meetings of mediated reading of illustrated books, followed by the creation of invention narratives with images and texts gathered in artisanal publications.

Check out the digital actions on the portal: www.ccbbeducativo.com!

The Visitas On-line scheduled for the exhibitions "1981-2021- Brazilian Contemporary Art at Col. Andrea and José Olympio” and “Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection", running from the day 9 June are aimed at schools and other institutions., available for groups of 10 to 45 people, in the morning shifts, afternoon and night.

In virtual mode, the visits take place maintaining the same intensity and power as the face-to-face conversations, even from a distance. From activations, questions and a listening always attentive to the experiences of the public, educators prepared visits with different themes. The activities include content present in the exhibitions in conversations and exercises of reflection and invention, prepared and accessible for people of all ages.

The rating is Free and recommended for people over 5 years. Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com/visitas

Day 24 of June, farm, às 14h – CRITICAL LABORATORY – We are many+s and other experiments With Jochen Volz

Laboratory for criticism and reflection on art, including the sphere of cultural journalism, memory and heritage, in dialogue with CCBB programming. Especially seeks a dialogue with art students, Journalism, museology, curation and history.

From three specific cases and professional experiences, in Inhotim, at the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo and in front of the São Paulo Pinacoteca, we analyze different curatorial strategies to think about programming and its relationship with heritage in an open way, dynamic and critical.

Jochen Volz he is the General Director of the São Paulo Pinacoteca. He was curator of the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo in 2016, Programming Coordinator for Serpentine Galleries in London (2012 to 2015), Artistic Director of Instituto Inhotim (2005 to 2012), co-curator of the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009), among others. lives in São Paulo.

Meeting in webinar format. Free ratings - recommended for people over 16 years. Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Day 25 of June (Friday) – ROUTE - PODCAST CCBB EDUCATIVO – #5 – coexistence

In this program, we talked to the curator Daniela Marinho about the show “designing futures”, we invited actor Odilon Esteves for a critical conversation about the virtual show “in the room with Clarice”, we talk about the show “1981/2021: Contemporary Brazilian Art in the Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Collection” in a mediation conversation with educator Geancarlos Barbosa and we reflected on accessibility and culture from the Digital Accessibility Week schedule.

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

the indigenous filmmaker Divino Tserewahú introduce us in this multiple Ancestral a little of the culture of the Xavante people, through image records, sounds and memories of your village life.

Divino Tserewahú started to learn about cinema in 1990, when the Xavante community of Sangradouro received its first film camera (VHS), donated by the Indigenous Work Center (CTI) of São Paulo. His first professional experience in the area was as part of the Indigenous Program team, TV series held at the Federal University of Mato Grosso between 1995 and 1996. In 1997, Divino participated in the first meeting and training workshop for indigenous filmmakers in Brazil, organized by Vídeo nas Aldeias and held at the Xingu Indigenous Park. now enter 2001 and 2002, through the Video in the Villages, he got a place to study at the San Antonio de Los Baños International Film School, in Cuba, where he trained in editing techniques, documentary and fiction script, animation, among others. Divino's first film is “Wapté Mnhõnõ: the initiation of the young Xavante" (1999) and register the Wapté, Xavante youth initiation ritual that marks the passage from adolescence to adulthood. To follow, he performed “Wai’a Rini: the power of the dream" (2001), which also records an initiation ritual, of Wai’a Rini. Divino also made records among other peoples., as is the case of the Makuxi of Raposa Serra do Sol (RO), resulting in the report “Let's fight!” (2002) about the demarcation process of this Indigenous Land. Among the Xavante from the São Marcos village he performed “Daritizé: Curator's Apprentice" (2003), which also registers the Wai’a Rini, now in this community. Já “Pi’õnhitsi: Xavante women without a name" (2009) tells the sad story of successive unsuccessful attempts to carry out the naming ritual of Xavante women. Finally, the historical film “Tsõ’rehipãri: Sangradouro” (2009) it deals with the contact between the Xavante and the Salesian Mission and shows the concerns of the old Xavante in relation to the young people who, according to them, no longer interested in traditional dances and songs. Several of Divino's films have received awards at national and international film festivals. these works, along with its pioneering trajectory in the field of indigenous filmmaking, have been the object of academic study., giving rise to theses and dissertations carried out in different Brazilian institutions.

Free age rating - recommended for people over 3 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

Day 28 June o WITH A WORD – Modernism(a) in the BB Museum collection: past futures – Com Yana Tamayo

Mediated visits carried out by specialists or reference professionals in different topics. Addresses exhibitions from other fields of knowledge, as well as multiple looks, ways of knowing and relating to art.

When visiting the permanent exhibition of the Banco do Brasil Museum at CCBB Brasília, Yana Tamayo invites the public to look at the collection as a way to make a journey through the narratives that helped to create a certain idea of ​​modern Brazil. From this path through artists and iconic works of Brazilian Modernism, it proposes a reflection on the nation and the project idea represented in the past, how could they have crossed our ideas of the present and our imaginations about the future.

Yana Tamayo is visual artist, Curator, researcher and educator. She is a founding partner of Nave, autonomous art space where he developed research projects and art training, curation and execution of exhibitions of 2015 to 2019. Since 2000 works on different fronts in the field of art and his practice as an artist is associated with educational and curatorial practices when thinking about the different instances of dialogue with audiences and the public sphere. coordinated, under the management of Ja.Ca – Center for Art and Technology, the CCBB Educativo Program – Art and Education at CCBB Brasília de 2018 to 2020. In 2018 and 2019 coordinated the educational activities of the BsB Plano das Artes project under the curatorship and direction of Cinara Barbosa. Among his recent curators is the group exhibition Rumor, held in 2020 at Caixa Cultural Brasília. He was part of the selection jury and was part of SACO's curatorial team 09 Contemporary Art Festival, held in December 2020 in Antofagasta, no Chile. Lives and works in Brasilia.

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website. Access: Free event

Day 28 of June, Monday, COM A PALAVRA will be a meeting about CCBB Belo Horizonte and Praça da Liberdade: History, Memory and Cultural Heritage With Liszt Vianna Neto

In this conversation, we will deal with the interlocutions between the CCBB Belo Horizonte building and Praça da Liberdade, recovering in this space the memories of the former capital of Minas Gerais, Ouro Preto, the representation of republican power and values ​​in the construction of the new capital, reaching, finally, heritage policies for modernism, for the “post-mining” and for contemporary uses of the square.

Flour Vianna Neto is a historian, Doctor in History from the Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands, Coordinator of the Specialization in Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage, PUC Minas, Post-Doctoral Student in Architecture and Urbanism at UFMG, Master in Architecture and Urbanism from UFMG, Master in Social History of Culture from UFMG, with a sandwich period as a researcher at Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands.

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website. Access: Free event

Day 30 of June, Fourth, at 3:0 pm – Course Transversalities – the resilience of the stars: the sky as a historical heritage, cultural and natural of humanity – With Alan Alves-Brito

in this meeting, Alan Alves-Brito addresses the day sky and the night sky in a museological perspective, of cultural value, historic and natural, in which various narratives of different peoples who passed through the Earth will be revisited, translating the resilience of stars, planets and the Milky Way itself.

Alan Alves-Brito is a black man, northeastern, astrophysicist, master and doctor of science, with postdocs in Chile and Australia. Adjunct Professor at the Institute of Physics at UFRGS, develops teaching activities, search, extension and management. Integrates the Graduate Programs in Physics, Teaching Physics and coordinating the Afro-Brazilian Studies Center, Indigenous and Africans from UFRGS. Author 2 education/outreach books, one of them finalist of the Jabuti Award 2020 in the Science Essay category, has experience in various subjects of astrophysics, education and dissemination of astronomy and physics. He is the creator and coordinator of the Zumbi Dandara dos Palmares and Akotirene Kilombo Science projects, both aimed at promoting racial equity in basic education.

Meeting in webinar format – Accessible in Libras – Vacancies: 500. Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com. Free ratings - recommended for people over 16 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

Day 29 of June (Tuesday) WITH THE WORD – Black and indigenous influences in the heart of São Paulo With Vera Lúcia Dias

The Banco do Brasil Cultural Center São Paulo, important heritage of the city, it's meeting place, of artistic manifestations and other cultural activities. Vera Lucia Dias invites us to observe places where the influence of indigenous peoples is present, well looking at popular demonstrations held by black people. Along the way, some works of art that recall these peoples will be present., like the sculptures of Mãe Preta and the Jesuit Anchieta, the bust in honor of Luiz Gama and the Ladeira da Memória Obelisk. A walk through history in the heart of the city where the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center is located.

Born in the São Paulo neighborhood of Mooca, Vera Lucia Dias is a tourismologist and guide in the city of São Paulo. With a postgraduate degree in Culture and Globalization from the São Paulo School of Sociology and Politics, seeks to bring attention to urban spaces that were originally occupied by indigenous, as well as in the observation of the marks of peoples of African origin, people who, among so many other important ethnic groups, have suffered, worked, celebrated and built the metropolis. To unveil words that indigenous people called the city and that we still use today, elaborated in 2008 the small vocabulary Tupi in São Paulo aiming to dialogue, exchange information and provoke other initiatives. Another important publication by the author is the one dealing with the presence of the black population in the capital of São Paulo: The black space in the Center of São Paulo, text published by Geledés – Black Women's Institute. Working with residents and visitors, Vera's search is for reflection through the countless looks at material and immaterial cultural heritage on tours of the Historic Center.

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website. Access: Free event

About CCBB Rio de Janeiro

A CCBBs-Rio works from wednesday to monday (closes tuesday), from 9:00 to 6:00 pm. Public entry is only allowed with online booking (eventim.com.br), which makes it possible to keep strict control of the number of people in the building. It also has a single circulation flow, temperature measurement, mandatory mask use, availability of alcohol gels and floor flags for distance. In theaters and cinemas the capacity is reduced to 40%. Everything to guarantee visitors safety and comfort.

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ATTENDANCE

MIDDLE VISITS (temporary and permanent exhibitions)

1981/2021: Brazilian contemporary art in the Andrea and José Olympio collection Pear – until the day 26 July

“Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection" – from 09 from june to the day 15 August 2021.

Days: Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. Thursdays and Saturdays at 12pm. Heritage visits: Wednesdays at 12pm and Sundays at 4pm.

Duration: 1h

Face-to-face capacity: 6 people, by prior appointment through the website.

Scheduling at ccbbeducativo.com/visitas or visitasonline@ccbbeducativo.com

MEDIATED VISITS IN LIBRAS

CCBBs Rio de Janeiro: Thursdays (Brazilian Contemporary Art from the Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Collection) and Saturdays (Nise da Silveira: The Revolution for Affection),16h.

Duration: 1 hour.

Capacity: 6 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform.

Free indicative rating - Suitable for people over 5 years.

*LIBRAS-mediated visits will only take place at CCBBs open to the public.

PLACE OF CREATION

On Saturdays, at 3 pm.

Duration: 1 hour.

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 3 years

Capacity: 12 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform. For this activity, only one ticket is issued per CPF; the representative may be accompanied by up to 03 people in your family, with the same ticket.

Day 19 of June – ARTS OFFICE

Day 26 of June – STORY WORKSHOP

DIGITAL ACTIONS

SCHEDULED ON-LINE VISITS

Duration: From 50 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Capacity: groups of up 45 people, with minimum 10 participants.

Free ratings - recommended for people over 5 years.

Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com/visitas

PLACE OF DIGITAL CREATION

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Date: 18 of June, Friday

Time: às 10h

Free ratings - recommended for people over 3 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

CRITICAL LABORATORY

We are many and other experiments

Com Jochen Volz

Day 24 of June, Thursday

Time: às 14h.

Duration: 3 hours

Meeting in webinar format.

Vacancies: 200

Free ratings - recommended for people over 16 years

Access: Free event.

Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

ANCESTRAL MULTIPLE

Xavante culture

Com Divino Tserewahú

Date: 25 of June

Free ratings - recommended for people over 3 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

ROUTE - PODCAST CCBB EDUCATIVO

#5 – Living with Daniela Marinho about the show “designing futures”

Date: 25 of June

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

WITH THE WORD

Modernism(a) in the BB Museum collection: past futures

Com Yana Tamayo

Date: 28 of June

Free ratings - recommended for people over 10 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

Access: Free event

TRANSVERSALITIES

the resilience of the stars: the sky as a historical heritage, cultural and natural of humanity

With Alan Alves-Brito

Date: 30 of June, on wednesday

Time: at 3:0 pm.

Duration: 2 hours

Meeting in webinar format- Accessible in Libras

Vacancies: 500

Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Free ratings - recommended for people over 16 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

Banco do Brasil Cultural Center - CCBB-Rio

First Street March, 66 – (21) 3808-2020

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Complete schedule: ccbbeducativo.com

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