Seminar sponsored by Odeon Institute
reflects on the legacy of SEA over
of yours 7 years of existence and promotes
debate on the future of the museum
Date: 12 February 15h
The Rio Art Museum - MAR was a gift to the Rio de Janeiro, opened in the city's anniversary day, on the 1st of March 2013. Seven years later, the institution contributed to the change of scenery and return of locals and tourists to the port area, to democratize access to culture - is autointitulando a suburban museum - and boasts a large collection of works and documents investigating the Brazil, fully formed by grants. To discuss what the museum is today - after the crisis facing the end of last year - and think the future of the institution, Odeon Institute, responsible for managing the equipment since its opening, # promotes Meeting Mare. The event takes place on 12 February, the 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and has curated and planning of the Living Museum.
"The tide # Meeting is a celebration of everything we have achieved during these 7 years, even at low tide times, maintaining constant dialogue with our neighbors, the public and the artists through various actions, "says Carlos Gradim, CEO of Odeon Institute, which will open the event with a speech based on the indicators that make MAR one of the most important cultural facilities in the country. To get an idea to date have been held 64 exhibitions and over 3 million people visited the museum.
Attend the Meeting names like Marcelo Campos (chief curator of SEA), the Municipal Secretary of Culture, Adolfo Konder, the writer Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda (University of Broken), the artist Rosana Palazyan, one of the movement's coordinating VIVE MAR and Ricardo Piquet, president of IDG (OS that manages the Museum of Tomorrow). Divided into three discussion panels, The event addresses issues such as Art, Education & Community; Excellence in Management, Financial Sustainability Innovation and Challenges; and Future Challenges. The program is open to the public and has free admission.
14h to 3:00 pm – Opening: The SEA view over the River
– Adolpho Konder, Secretary Municipal Culture Hall of the City of Rio de Janeiro
– Carlos Gradim, CEO Odeon Institute
– Luiz Chrysostomo, Chairman of the Board SEA
– Deca Farroco, Content Production Manager Roberto Marinho Foundation
– Paulo Herkenhoff, Curator of the Collection and Cultural Director SEA (2013-2016) – Testimony Video (to confirm)
15h to 4:0 pm – Panel 1 #Tide: Confluence Art, Education & Community
– introductory lecture: Janaina Melo, Manager of Education SEA (2012-2018)
– Marcelo Campos, Curator SEA
– Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda, University of Broken
– Hugo Oliveira, Gallery Providence and a member of Neighbors program SEA
– Mediation: Marcelo Campos
16h at 16.10 - Open Mic! group participation SEA LIVE
16h15 to 17:15 – Panel 2 #Mare Excellence in management, innovation and challenges of financial sustainability
– Introductory lecture and Mediation: Bruno Pereira, Council Odeon Institute
– Luciane Gorgulho, Head of Department of Urban Development, Culture and Tourism BNDES
– Ricardo Piquet, CEO IDG – Museum of tomorrow
– Heloisa Queiroz, Manager Museums Municipal Culture Hall of the City of Rio de Janeiro
17h15 to 17:30 – Interval
17H30 at 7:00 pm – Panel 3 #Mare Future Challenges: Prospects Management models of cultural institutions in Brazil
– Introductory lecture: Carlos Gradim, CEO Institute ODEON
– Maria Ines Mantovani, director Expomus (Inspirational video)
– Marcelo Araújo, President Japan House São Paulo
– Adriana Rattes, Former Secretary of Culture State of Rio de Janeiro
– Mediation: Lucimara Letelier, Director Living Museum
19h to 20h – Celebration # MAR7Anos: Reception and Closing the Foyer:
– Emperors Dance Performance (Paget)
– Tidbits of Light (Neighbors SEA)
The Art Museum of the river-SEA
An initiative of Prefeitura do Rio in partnership with Fundação Roberto Marinho, the sea has activities that involve collecting, registration, search, preservation and return of cultural property to the community. Proactive support space education and culture, the museum was born with a school - the School Look -, whose proposal is innovative museological: foster the development of an educational program of reference for actions in Brazil and abroad, combining art and education from the curatorial program that guides the institution.
The sea is managed by the Odeon, a social organization of culture. The museum has the Globe Group as maintainer, the Equinor as sponsor and master Itaú and IRB Brazil RE as sponsors through the Federal Law on Cultural Incentives.
The School of the look has the support of Icatu Seguros and Machado Meyer Lawyers via Federal Law on Cultural Incentives. The SEA also has the support of the State Government of Rio de Janeiro and realization of the Ministry of Citizenship and the Federal Government of Brazil, by Federal Law for Promotion of Culture.