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The Cultural Centers Bank of Brazil offer educational activities that dialogue with the programming in theaters for more than 10 years. At this time, in the classroom activities of the institution are suspended on the need to control Covid-19, the CCBB Education Program acts to ensure their relationship with the regulars. Now the public can interact freely, de modo online, more than 100 stories, files, videos and device activities and presents exhibitions, between 2018 and 2020, directed to all audiences, especially students, teachers and school community.
Operating since 2018, CCBB Educational Program - Art & Education is carried out by JA.CA - Center for Art and Technology, civil society organization based in Minas Gerais. Founded in 2010, the JA.CA has its origin linked to education and research programs, residency and projects related to architecture, urbanism, design and cultural management, in dialogue with different institutions.
It is the opportunity to pursue educational activities, always involving art, at times at home, during social isolation. Teachers and education professionals can keep up to date and dive into new perspectives. Students can continue learning and there's workshops that can be done by parents with their children, aimed at fun and knowledge.
Interested parties may access the site CCBB Educational, the "Vivo file”, which is composed of texts, photos and videos of the various activities held weekly Art & Education in four units Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil - Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasília. The idea is to provide everyone with a moment of reflection, creation and dialogue with the works, articulated on present thoughts exhibitions and in every project carried out in CCBB.
This week, Special Invitation is to explore the exhibition "SHUTTLE”, it will take the public, to see how they use their time and their daily activities. The course "transversalities " – with Denilson Baniwa (RJ), It proposes a reflection on contemporary Indian art. The activity "With the word " – Daniel Toledo (SP), will address the modern way of life and its fast pace. The "Lab Review " – with Paulo Tavares (DF), addresses the issue of indigenous soil as an architectural heritage. A "Multiple Ancestral" – Sallisa with Rosa (RJ) It brings the proposal for renewal of the social imaginary about the considerations of indigenous peoples, including those living in urban centers. Finally, a “holiday activity " – com We do Sol (RJ), with storytelling and knowledge inherited from ethnic groups, about the daily life rich lived in full communion with nature.
On the activities this week:
The exhibition "SHUTTLE”, who went by the CCBB RJ and is temporarily suspended at CCBB BH investigates the relationship between the hammocks and the construction of Brazilian identity. "SHUTTLE" has more than 300 works, with clipping between the sixteenth and twenty-first, approximately 141 artists, being 32 natives.
The exhibition is anchored between three elements: the visual arts, Brazil and hammocks for sleeping. It is a show that brings to the fore several ways of representing and presenting the hammocks in reference to the constructions of Brazilian visuality and identity. The works both date back to different times in the history of art in the country, as question and deconstruct the imaginary arising from common sense about what would, conceptually, "Brazil", the "Brazilianness" and "Brazilian". An invitation to the public, to see how they use their time and their daily activities.
Transversalities with Denilson Baniwa (RJ), about contemporary Indian art.
“Working with what is called [by Western culture] contemporary Indian art ".
This statement of Artist Denilson Baniwa, invited to course Transversalities It will propose a very important reflection on art. What we, born in Brazil, we consider as art? From what standards to define?
The activity "With the word " – Daniel Toledo (SP), which proposes a reflection on the modern way of life at a fast pace.
The "Laboratory criticizes Paulo Tavares " (DF), deals with the issues of indigenous soil as architectural heritage.
A "Multiple Ancestral com Sallisa Rosa (RJ)”, It comes with the proposal for renewal of the social imaginary about the considerations of indigenous peoples, including those living in urban centers.
The holiday activity Niara the Sun (RJ), with storytelling and knowledge inherited from ethnic groups about the rich daily life lived in full communion with nature.
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About Educational CCBB program - Art and Education
The CCBB Educational Program - Art and Education daily promotes specific actions and effective planned to strengthen relations with the school community, educators, non-governmental organizations, artists, social movements, professionals from the fields of art, of culture, aimed at families and inclusion. Actions that stimulate experience, creation, research and reflection through pedagogical processes, artistic and curatorial. These shares take place through cultural exchange and educational methodologies that ensure broad and inclusive access to equity and diversity.
The program interacts with the exhibits and other agendas of the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil. It is intended for all audiences with inclusive and affirmative action to strengthen relations with the school community, educators, disabled people, families, non-governmental organizations, artists, social movements, professionals from the fields of art, culture and interested.
Vivo File CCBB RJ Educational Program
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Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil - CCBB-Rio - 1st floor and roundabout
First Street March, 66 – (21) 3808-2020 (Because of pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19), CCBB is closed to the public).
Complete schedule: ccbbeducativo.com