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In March, the inclusive program of the CCBB Educativo offers mediated visits, children's workshops, courses and more!

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Accessibility and inclusion are principles that guide all actions of the CCBB Educativo - Arte Program & Education to contribute to an environment conducive to research, creation and promotion, in order to guarantee broad democratization and access to culture.

In March, the highlights of the CCBB-Rio inclusive program are mediated visits, in Pounds to the current exhibitions, on Thursdays and Saturdays, at 4:00 pm.

In remote programming, meetings in webinar format, available in Libras are: o “Transversalidades” with Luiza Christov, on Literature and reflective writing: approach to educator training (10/03, at 19h) and the “Shared Processes – with Bell Machado ”, on inclusive communication and access to art for the visually impaired (18/03, às 14h).

For the home audience, on Saturday, 27, às 10h, the Ancestral Multiple brings the “Pretinhas Leitoras”, sisters, students, facilitators and presenters to encourage reading and the theme: Plural childhoods in black literature. Visit: www.ccbbeducativo.com

A CCBB Educational Program - 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.

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Entry to CCBB-Rio is only allowed with online scheduling, which makes it possible to maintain a strict control of the number of people in the building and maintain the unique flow of circulation, temperature measurement, mandatory mask use, availability of alcohol gels and floor flags for distance. In theaters and cinemas the capacity is reduced to 1/3 of people. Everything to guarantee visitors safety and comfort. On the other hand, digital programming brings a new scope, enabling access by audiences from all over the national territory. Check the complete schedule available on the website: www.ccbbeducativo.com

In mediated visits educators join the audience for dialogue, exchange ideas, share impressions about the works, producing new meanings from the narratives present in the exhibitions on display.

On CCBBs Rio de Janeiro, the educative offers mediated visits to the exhibition Life Lines de Chiharu Shiota, on display throughout the month of March, at the age of Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. At Thursdays and Saturdays, it's at 12pm. The duration is 1h with capacity for up to 6 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform.

The show features 70 japanese artist works, that make up the retrospective "Lines of Life", from the beginning of his artistic production to the present day. Mediated visits can be scheduled until the day 19 April. The indicative classification is free - Suitable for people over 5 years.

Visits to the new exhibition on display at CCBB-Rio, Brazilian Contemporary Art in the Andrea and José Olympio Pereira Collection, will be from the day 24 March, at the age of Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. Thursdays and Saturdays,it's at 12h. The show features

The visits mediated in Libras, occur simultaneously in Portuguese, with Brazilian translation of signs (Pounds), on Thursdays and Saturdays,at 4:00 pm.

The heritage-mediated visits are 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.

For the child audience, the workshops of Place of creation offer experiences for all audiences with artistic activities of creation and cultural mediation, that stimulate contact and dialogue with the arts and current topics. Every Saturday, the 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm, for up 12 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform. The indicative classification is Free and suitable for people over 3 years. 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.

On 06 March - Stories Workshop – Meetings of mediated reading of illustrated books, followed by the creation of invention narratives with images and texts gathered in artisanal publications.

On 13 March - Knowledge Workshops – Narrative production meetings based on the participants' cultural imagery, promoting a dialogue between local cultures and exhibitions.

Day 20 March - Art Games – Meetings focused on creation in arts, exploring play and creative games that involve visual arts strategies, theater, music, bodily practices and writing.

Day 27 March - Arts Workshop, with materials experimentation exercises, sounds and movements in artistic processes aimed at creating images.

On Saturday, day, 08 March, at 2 pm has a Commemorative Date - International Women's Day, program educators will welcome the public for a special visit, with conversations on topics related to the achievements and struggles of women in different times and contexts, in dialogue with the current exhibitions. The duration is 1h. The capacity is 6 people, by prior appointment through the EVENTIM platform. The indicative classification is Free - Suitable for people over 5 years.

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On day 04 March, farm, to 14 hours, the Critical laboratory – With Luciara Ribeiro is about "Antiracist and Decolonial Criticism ”. Much has been asked about the role of art criticism and the writings it provides, and there is no doubt about its importance. However, as necessary as thinking about these writings is to analyze who are the people behind their lines. Observe how these agents integrate and participate in what we usually call the arts system, understanding them from their backgrounds, origins, social characteristics and markers must be one of the ways to design anti-racist writings, activists and decolonials.

The meeting is in webinar format with 3 hours long and 100 places available. The rating is Free - suitable for people over 16 years. Access: Free event. Subscription link: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Luciara Ribeiro. Foto: Jeferson Santos.

Luciara Ribeiro. Photo: Jeferson Santos.

Luciara Ribeiro is an educator, researcher and curator. Interested in issues related to the decolonization of education and the arts and the study of non-Western arts, especially African women, afro-brazilians and amerindians. Master in Art History from the University of Salamanca (USAL, Spain, 2018), where he was a fellow of the Carolina Foundation, and the Postgraduate Program in Art History at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP, 2019), where he was a CAPES scholar. Graduated in Art History at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP, 2014) with exchange at the University of Salamanca (USAL, Spain, 2012). She is a technician in Museology at the São Paulo State Technical School (ETEC, 2015). He was part of the curatorial team of the Tomie Ohtake Institute. She is currently director of content for Diaspora Galeria.

Accessibility and inclusion are principles that guide all actions of the CCBB Educativo - Arte Program & Education, contributing to an environment conducive to research, creation and promotion of actions aimed at guaranteeing broad democratization and access to culture. As an example, the courses Transversalities and Shared Processes, taught by invited professionals from different areas and who always have a Libras interpreter. Check this month's schedule.

On 10 March, on wednesday, to 19 hours, the Transvesalities with Luiza Christov, addresses the topic “Reflective Literature and Writing: approach to educator training”. Like Literature, marked by complexity and emotionality, present in human life, presents a fertile discourse for educators' training processes, in addition to being inspiring for reflective writing. The meeting is in webinar format, accessible in Libras with 500 Registration via the website: www.ccbbeducativo.com The Free rating - suitable for people over 16 years.

Transversalidades is a course for teachers and educators, with independent modules, which addresses themes transversal to the fields of education and art, connecting the issues present in the exhibitions to the urgencies and daily reflections.

Luiza Christov. Foto: Divulgação.

Luiza Christov. Photo: Disclosure.

A Profa. Dra. Luiza Helena da Silva Christov is a doctor and master in Education (PUC-SP) and is a retired professor and researcher at the Postgraduate Program in Arts / UNESP Arts Institute, working on master's and doctorate. Leads the research group Art and training of educators, from CNPq. Collaborates with Casa Tombada in different projects coordinating study groups and teaching disciplines in their Post-graduate specialization courses. He coordinated the Degree in Human Sciences at Faculdade SESI-SP de Educação and the Lato Sensu Postgraduate Course in Pedagogical Coordination. Collaborated with the Carlos Chagas Foundation for research on education in Brazil. She is the creator of the collection of Pedagogical Coordinators - Editora Loyola. Worked as a collaborator: with the Paulo Freire Institute; with the SESI education network; with different municipal education departments and with the São Paulo State Education Secretariat.

Day 18 March, farm, from 2 pm to 5 pm, happens the Shared processes – with Bell Machado, in webinar format, on inclusive communication and access to art, aimed at the visually impaired with an approach to audiences in the cinema, city ​​and art.

This meeting is aimed at training artists, educators, critics, producers, curators and other professionals in the field of art and cultural production. The course covers aspects of the work of different areas of the cultural industry. The theme of this edition deals with belonging to a territory - inclusive communication and access to art as a condition for cultural formation and the development of individual and collective notions of citizenship.

In line with some of the objectives of the CCBB, to share experiences on art and culture with diverse audiences, this meeting aims to bring new dialogues about access to art not only for visually impaired people, but also for people who see, since the visual translation of the arts brings, through the feature of audio description, new ways of perceiving the image.

To participate, just register on the educational website: www.ccbbeducativo.com. Are 100 vacancies and access is free. Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 16 years

Bell Machado. Foto: Divulgação.

Bell Machado. Photo: Disclosure.

Isabel Pitta Ribeiro Machado (Bell Machado) graduated in Philosophy and Master in Multimedia by Unicamp, with the dissertation on audio description in cinema. Among the pioneers in audio description in Brazil. Director at Quesst Consultoria in audio description and cultural accessibility, where she works as a screenwriter and narrator in audio description projects (live and recorded) in cinema, theater, museums and tourism. Teacher in audio description training courses. Between 2013 and 2016 was advisor and coordinator of cultural accessibility projects at the Municipal Secretariat for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Campinas (SP).

The Place of Digital Creation - Protective Covers will be on 19 March, Friday, to 10 hours (launch on platforms). Fear is a feeling that is part of everyone's life. At some point in life, adults, Kids, elderly, animals and even plants are afraid of something. In this Place of Creation, the proposal is inspired by a work by the brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander, since 2015 invites children to talk about their fears and build protective covers that turn them into superheroes and superheroines. Let's see how fear can be translated into words, drawings and objects? The rating is Free - suitable for people over 3 years. Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educational Program website – Art & Education

A With the Word invites specialists to stroll through the CCBBs exhibitions with other perspectives. These are mediated visits made by specialists or reference professionals on various topics. Addresses exhibitions from other fields of knowledge, as well as multiple looks, ways of knowing and relating to art.

Day 23 March, third, to 10 hours, the With the WordAbraham Palatnik: Reinventing Painting With Yurij Castelfranchi you will stroll through the works of Abraham Palatnik and mesmerize, to dance, think, together with the artist. He builds sensory portals of becoming, where painting is also a technological invention, sculpture is a trace, color and rhythm, and where movement and transformation, even when nothing moves in the work, are hinted at as a disquiet, a suspicion, in the mind. He invents machines to make people see - and machines to make them feel - space, the time, school subjects, the energy. When visiting these extraordinary pieces together, we can see how science, technology and art not only influence each other. They are different flowers, but that are born, incredibly, from the same plant: the anxiety of us humans to build meanings for the world, in thinking how to give order and meaning to a cosmos that always changes, in understanding the different, surprising ways for people to exist, organisms and things.

Yurij Castelfranchi (Rome, 1969) is quantum physicist, master in science journalism, doctor of sociology of science and technology. He is a professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and Human Sciences at UFMG. Coordinates the research collective InCiTe (Innovation, Citizenship, Technoscience) and the UFMG graduate course “Amerek”, on public communication of science. Likes to study objects, people, and practices where the intertwining between science is visible, technologies, forms of expression and social action.

The Free rating - suitable for people over 10 years.

On 24 March, on wednesday, to 15 hours the course Transvesalities with Ana Paula Campos – They are coming: informational books in contemporary times, in webinar and accessible format in Libras will present some possibilities of how to explore aesthetic and ethical aspects involved in the creation and selection of non-fictional illustrated books for children. How they are characterized? What brings you closer to illustrated children's books in general? What language resources do they use? A conversation based on examples chosen for their ability to inform and delight to the same extent. To participate simply register via the website: www.ccbbeducativo.com. Are 500 vacancies. The Free rating - suitable for people over 16 years.

Ana Paula Campos. Foto: Divulgação.

Ana Paula Campos. Photo: Disclosure.

Ana Paula Campos was born in Porangaba (SP) in 1981. She is art director and founding partner of Estúdio Voador. Has a master's degree from FAU-USP on design and informative books for children. She is a professor in the post-graduate literature for children and young people at the Vera Cruz Institute., in the EBAC illustration specialization course and in free courses at Lugar de Ler.

A multiple Ancestral are exchanges linked to different knowledge and cultural practices, articulating memory and heritage. Alia oral tradition, affection and views on material and immaterial heritage, strengthening the subject's relationship with diversity. Monthly, a new episode available on video about ancestral knowledge, storytelling, jokes, songs and other manifestations of Brazilian culture.

On 27 March, Saturday, às 10h, the MLast Ancestral – With Black Readers addresses the topic: Plural childhoods in black literature: narratives that bring us closer to ancestral knowledge.

Eduarda and Helena Ferreira will make an initial discussion about the need for black protagonists in the stories told at school and together they will discover books on their shelves that present the narratives they seek. As they read, will talk about the importance of these writings being part of children's daily lives.

The Pretinhas Leitoras project, created in 2018 by sisters Helena and Eduarda Ferreira, is an initiative to promote reading, focused on critical-racial literacy among childhoods that prioritizes children's protagonism in dialogue with territoriality, recognizing the knowledge that children have and are the result of their inferences in the time and space in which they are inserted. Streamlined on wheels where word readings take place, worlds and a lot of talk, the meetings take place in person and / or cybernetically via social networks and media platforms. The rating is Free - suitable for people over 3 years.

On 30 March, Tuesday, to 10 hours, the With the Word – Egypt: From everyday life to eternity – With Wanderson Flor do Nascimento will make a mediated visit to the exhibition, which has been a public success since its first edition in Brazil, even in pandemic times.

Ancient Egypt, or Kemet, in one of the languages ​​spoken in antiquity, it is the cradle of many of the thought experiences dear to the world today, like the sciences and a sophisticated reflection that today we call philosophy. These experiences of thinking thematized several layers of the lived and the very relationship with the meaning of life. In this line, topics of ancient Egyptian thought will be addressed, from some of the exhibits that show the relationship between the ancient Egyptians and death and what we call nature.

Wanderson Flor do Nascimento is a philosopher and professor of African philosophies at the University of Brasilia, where he researches issues related to knowledge, politics and subjectivity. Book author “Between bets and inheritances: African and Afro-Brazilian outlines in Education and Philosophy Teaching in Brazil”.

The rating is Free - suitable for people over 10 years.

Service:
Mediated visits – CCBBs Rio de Janeiro
Duration: 1h

Capacity: 6 people, by prior appointment via the internet, www.eventim.com.br

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 5 years

Chiharu Shiota: Life lines [Lifelines]until day 19 April

Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. Thursdays and Saturdays at 12pm.

Thursday, at 4:00 pm, accessible in pounds.

Brazilian Contemporary Art in the Andrea and José Olympio Collection Pear. In poster from 24 March.

Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 noon and 4 pm. Thursdays and Saturdays at 12pm.

Thursday, at 4:00 pm, accessible in pounds.

Patrimonial:

CCBB Heritage Tour and the City: Banco do Brasil Cultural Center and the city of Rio de Janeiro

Time: Wednesdays at 12pm and Sundays at 4pm.

Meeting point: Box office

BB Museum Heritage Visit:

‘Gallery of Values’ and ‘Banco do Brasil and its History’

Time: Sundays, at 4:00 pm

Meeting point: 4th floor lobby – inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Mediated visits in Pounds

Thursdays and Saturdays at 4pm (Pounds)

For the exhibition: Chiharu Shiota: Life lines [Lifelines] – Saturday, at 4:00 pm

Capacity: 6 people, by prior appointment via the internet, www.eventim.com.br

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 5 years.

Place of creation

Saturdays – Time: at 3 pm

Duration: 1h

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 3 years

CCBBs Rio de Janeiro – Capacity: 12 people, by prior appointment via the internet, www.eventim.com.br. For this activity, only one ticket is issued per CPF; the representative can be accompanied by up to 03 people in your family.

Day 06 March - Story Workshop with mediated reading meetings of illustrated books, followed by the creation of invention narratives with images and texts gathered in artisanal publications.

Day 13 March - Knowledge WorkshopNarrative production meetings based on the participants' cultural imagery, promoting a dialogue between local cultures and exhibitions.

Day 20 March - Art Games – Meetings focused on creation in arts, exploring play and creative games that involve visual arts strategies, theater, music, bodily practices and writing.

Day 27 March - Arts Workshop, with material experimentation exercises, sounds and movements in artistic processes aimed at creating images.

COMMEMORATIVE DATE - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

Second, day 08, to 14 hours.

Duration: 1h

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

Free indicative rating - Suitable for people over 5 years.

DIGITAL ACTIONS

The Critics Laboratory – With Luciara Ribeiro – Antiracist and Decolonial Criticism

Day 04 March, farm, to 14 hours

Duration: 3h

Meeting in webinar format.

Vacancies: 100

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 16 years

Access: Free event. Link for registration at www.ccbbeducativo.com

Crosswalks – Com Luiza Christov – Reflective Literature and Writing: approach to educator training

Day 10 March, Fourth, to 19 hours

Duration: 2h – Meeting in webinar format.

Accessible in Libras

Vacancies: 500

Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 16 years

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

SHARED PROCESSES – With Bell Machado – Belonging to a territory - Inclusive communication and access to art as a condition for cultural formation and the development of individual and collective notions of citizenship

Day 18 March, farm, from 2 pm to 5 pm

Duration: 3h

Meeting in webinar format.

Vacancies:100 – Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 16 years

Access: Free event. Link for registration at www.ccbbeducativo.com

PLACE OF DIGITAL CREATION – PROTECTIVE COVERS

Day 19 March, Friday, to 10 hours (launch on platforms)

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 3 years

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

WITH THE WORD With Yurij Castelfranchi – ABRAHAM PALATNIK: THE REINVENTION OF PAINTING

Day 23 March, third, to 10 hours (launch on platforms)

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 10 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

Access: Free event

TRANSVERSALITIES – With Ana Paula Campos – They are coming: informational books in contemporary times.

Day 24 March, Fourth, to 15 hours

Duration: 2h

Meeting in webinar format.

Accessible in Libras

Vacancies: 500

Inscriptions: www.ccbbeducativo.com

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 16 years

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

ANCESTRAL MULTIPLE – With Black Readers – Plural childhoods in black literature: narratives that bring us closer to ancestral knowledge.

Day 27 March, Saturday, às 10h (launch on platforms)

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 3 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

WITH THE WORD – With Wanderson Flor do Nascimento – EGYPT: FROM EVERYDAY TO ETERNITY

Day 30 March, third, to 10 hours (launch on platforms)

Free indicative rating - suitable for people over 10 years

Local: CCBB networks and CCBB Educativo website

Access: Free event

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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