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Mediated visits to the Marc Chagall exhibition: Love dream. Photo: © Pablo Bernardo.
Mediated visits to the Marc Chagall exhibition: Love dream. Photo: © Pablo Bernardo.

March of many stories in the activities of CCBB Educativo in Rio de Janeiro

From day 16 March, the CCBB Educativo team offers mediated visits to the exhibition Marc Chagall: Love dream. It will be a dive into the painter's universe, bringing russian stories, Tales of Jewish Tradition, stories dealing with issues relating to painting (brushstroke, colors, composition). The fables will also be present in the repertoire of activities, because the exhibition brings the graphic series of the Fables of La Fontaine, with 102 artist's prints. The project is sponsored by Banco do Brasil through the federal culture incentive law.





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Following are the actions that happen for the whole family, by withdrawing tickets at Eventim.com.br: www.eventim.com.br

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays

By including stories in your mediation roadmap, the educator offers the public a new look at the content of the exhibition. When the visitor transports himself to the role of a listener to a story, he's compacting with fiction. There's no better way to live experiences?

Story Time takes place on Saturdays and Sundays at 1 pm and 3 pm.

fables

French fabulist Jean de La Fontaine, who lived in the 17th century, wrote stories that teach a moral, a lesson to be learned and that has animals with human characteristics as protagonists. Some of them are well known, such as “The Cicada and the Ant” and “The Fox and the Grapes”. Chagall, in the first half of the 20th century, illustrated a large number of these fables by La Fontaine and 102 of them will be at the CCBB exhibition.

One of the fables that will be presented at CCBB Educativo's Tale Hour is called: “The Peacock Complaining to Juno”. In this fable the peacock, the most beautiful of birds, complains to the Roman goddess Juno for not finding her singing beautiful. Outraged by the animal's ingratitude, Juno proposes that you change your imposing tail for a more pleasant voice. Sorry, the peacock soon changes his mind and decides to be content with his colorful feathers and out of tune singing..

Russian stories

The son of a Jewish family, Chagall was the oldest of nine children.. The landscape, the characters and scenes of the village of Vitebsk, in the former Russian Empire were always searched in the artist's work. That's why CCBB Educativo mediators take visitors to Eastern Europe, on cold Russian winter days, where all you see is the white landscape, covered with snow and also for the sunny days of summer when the village characters go on adventures.

Among the selected stories are:

Bone Button Soup” – a wanderer faces the icy Russian winter thinking that he will soon arrive in a village where he will be welcomed by the residents. But that's not exactly how things go. In the small village, everyone is very poor and they don't usually share what little they have with strangers.. But that can change, when the wanderer promises to cook a delicious soup with the buttons of his coat. By ripping off the bone buttons of an overcoat and dipping them in hot water, the foreigner arouses the curiosity of the villagers., that little by little are getting closer. And who knows if one of them gives an onion, another a potato… this soup does not go on to perfume the kitchen and soothe the souls?

A house not so tight” – We all had to relearn how to live with family or friends during the pandemic. Suddenly the house became our world. The school went into the houses, as well as work and often leisure. It was not easy to rethink the spaces we occupy inside the house. That's why this story that was told in Russian villages brings such a current teaching. A man will complain to the village sage how cramped his house is with his wife, mother-in-law and children. How did the sage advise this man?

the magic moment

In Chagall's painting they fly through the skies, couples in love, sleds, star in screens and are part of their dreams, horses and clocks. It's as if gravity doesn't exist and people, animals and objects could float through the air. Ana Maria Machado says that to read a fairy tale you have to make a pact, you have to believe in make-believe. Therefore, among the selected stories are tales of flying carpets and of painters who enter the canvases in the repertoire..

Let's live experiences from fiction

This activity is aimed at children from 3 to 6 years, The CCBB is a place for children.

Little Hands Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm

How to talk about the concepts present in the exhibitions in a way that young children understand? How to create moments that provide contact with the work, the watchful eye and experimentation in a meaningful way?

Daniela Chindler, coordinator of CCBB Educativo, believes that it is possible to bring content and concepts present in the exhibitions in a playful way. Fun is not just entertainment: is loaded with meaning.

Visitors who are taking their first steps into the galleries, will have two activities created especially for them.

little hands – Story Box

In the early nineteenth century, the theater was very popular, staged both in squares and markets, like in concert halls. Mobile stages were common, such as stage wagons and puppet theaters. In this context, the Frenchman Louis Daguerre invented the first diorama, a visual spectacle in which spectators watched animated scenes that changed appearance with stage and lighting effects. The diorama is a variant of theatrical scenography and is considered a precursor element of cinematography.. Today dioramas are widely used in museums to reproduce a scene.

CCBB Educativo set up small scenic boxes, inspired by dioramas, for children to act out or recreate the fables. Scenarios and animals will be moved with sticks in this game.

little hands

Cicadas and Ants – Visiting the gallery with another look

The fable says that while the ant worked hard, the grasshopper spent the summer days singing. How do ants see the world around them?? and the cicadas?

After listening to La Fontaine's fable the children of 3 to 6 years old will enter the gallery with accessories of cicadas and ants and thus playing they will walk through the works of Chagall.

MIDDLE VISITS

The exhibition presents the trajectory of the Russian-French Jewish painter Marc Chagall (1887-1985). Chagall marked the 20th century through surrealist paintings, who used shapes and colors to represent reality in a poetic way, lyrical and fantastic. The exhibition is composed of 180 works, among paintings, watercolors, lithographs and engravings, of the Brazilian and international museum collection, produced between 1922 and 1981.

Intermediate visits from Wednesday to Monday, às 10h, 16h and 7:00 pm.

Visits mediated in Libras are always on Thursdays and Sundays, the 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Scheduled Visits: The second fourth-, at 9:30. Second, Fourth, Thursday and Friday, also at 2pm and 6pm.

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays

Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays. Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays, Following are the actions that take place on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Art Laboratory takes place on Saturdays and Sundays at, at 12:00.

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.

The Living Book takes place on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am.

OR Educational CCBB

CCBB Educativo is a cultural mediation program that develops educational actions to bring the public closer to the current program and the heritage of the building that houses the CCBB. Visits, arts activities, storytelling, reading mediation, experiences for babies and children, meeting with teachers and events on commemorative dates make up the program.

Multidisciplinary art and education program at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, CCBB Educativo presents activities 100% free, through ticket collection on the website or the Eventim app or at the CCBB box office 1 hour in advance.

ABOUT CCBB RJ

The Banco do Brasil Rio de Janeiro Cultural Center operates on the 2nd, 4who lived all his life in Bologna and painted mainly still lifes, who lived all his life in Bologna and painted mainly still lifes. Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19. It is not necessary to collect a ticket to access the building., Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask..

Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask.

First Street March, 66 – 1st walk

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

The CCBB is a place for children, às 11h.

Art Laboratory, at 12:00.

story time, at 1 pm and 3 pm.

little hands (for children 3 to 6 years), Saturdays, às 14h.

Tiny Hands, Sundays, às 14h, (for children 0 to 3 years).

Duration: 1h

Venue: 2º andar

Capacity: 10 people

Age rating: FREE

Free

Mediated visits to the exhibition Marc Chagall: Love dream

In the second fourth, às 10h, 16h and 7:00 pm.

With 1 hour duration

Capacity:

Scheduled Visits: The second fourth-, at 9:30. Second, Fourth, Thursday and Friday, also at 2pm and 6pm.

Visits in Pounds

Days: to Thursdays and Sundays, the 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

For more info: Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask. .

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

Public entry is only allowed with proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and use of a mask.

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

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