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Museum of tomorrow. Photo: Bernard Lessa.

Tomorrow the museum will have free programming for July holidays

Activities, inspired by the sky and sea, happen between days 13 and 30 July. To participate, just hold registration in the museum's website

Tomorrow Museum has prepared a free program for the July holidays. Kids, youth and adults of all ages can participate in activities aimed at the whole family, as yoga classes, hiking and biking, to provide the public with a dip in the history of the region that houses the museum. To explore the sea and the sky, They take place from boat trips around the Guanabara Bay to observing nights with telescopes help.

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As July is the month when the museum celebrates 50 years of mankind on the moon, activities such as the observation of the sky and the book club, whose book of the month is "From the Earth to the Moon", Jules Verne, They are focused on this theme. The special program takes place between 13 and 30 July. To participate, just perform registration for each activity by the museum's website museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br/programacao-de-ferias-2019.

Visitors can also check out the temporary exhibition "PRATODOMUNDO - Caterer 10 billion", playing until the day 20 October. The show invites the audience to reflect on how food 10 billion people with diversity in production, with respect for the environment and nutritional quality. Holiday activities also include the power theme, and scrolling display. Among them, there is a workshop on 3D food printing and workshop Horta Tomorrow.

The special programming is free vacation and to get the museum's entrance is only necessary to visit the exhibitions on display. The value of the ticket is R $ 20 whole (R $ 10 half price) and the opening hours of the Museum of Tomorrow is from 10am to 18pm, It is allowed the last visitor entry, às 17h.

Horta Tomorrow

The Horta Tomorrow project is carried out by the Museum of Tomorrow, in partnership with Carrefour, investing in sustainability and coexistence, the mainstays of museum. The garden is connection with the temporary exhibition PRATODOMUNDO - Food 10 Billion and an educational tool for environmental education, reflection on modes of production and consumption and, access to healthy eating and quality.

The free workshops take place at the museum once a month, until February 2020, and throughout the project are addressed three macrotemas: planning (do I prepare only and only como living organism); achievement (plantation, mapping and recognition of species); and c celebration (harvest, medicinal uses, therapeutic, aromatic species.) Each includes macrotema 4 workshops.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 13 July
Time: from 14 at 5:30 pm
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br

Yoga no Museu

Practicing yoga at sunset. Have you ever thought that delight? Promote coexistence and well-being of body and mind are the main objectives of Yoga at the Museum, program that is part of the fixed and biweekly schedule Museum of Tomorrow, always happening in the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. Classes are taught by yoga teacher Gunatiita, It started more than ten years in meditation by the monks of Ananda Marga, organization's founder and creator of the UNA Meditation River Awakens.

Wear comfortable clothes and bring your carpet for the activity. The classes, What happens in the days 13 and 27 July, They have time 1:30 min, 16:30 to 18h, They are free and open to the public. Friends of Tomorrow can register in advance by e-mail amigos@museudoamanha.org.br. Registrations of the general public must be made on site www.museudoamanha.org.br. Yoga at the Museum of Tomorrow is one of the activities promoted by the Friends Program Tomorrow - WALNUT.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 13 and 27 July
Time: 16:30 to 18h
Local: Lounge
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br

Mauá 360

From the Mauá Baron statue, erected in the center of the square, a spin in 360 reveals past, present and future of the city of Rio de Janeiro from the perspective of history, architecture and landscape of their surroundings. An initiative of the Community Relations area of ​​the Museum of Tomorrow, Maua 360 is an invitation to share, discuss and deepen their knowledge of the region and its transformation.

For those who want to know the region, on 13 July, Saturday, the visit takes place on foot and, on 20, in partnership with the Active Transportation and Free Kit, the program will be on wheels: an invitation to know the bike region. Registration is free and must be made at site www.museudoamanha.org.br. Bring your bike! The Museum will provide bicycles adapted for wheelchair users.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 13 and 20 July
Time: 15h30 to 17h
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br

Sky Observation nights in Tribute to 50 years of mankind on the moon

Five telescopes will be positioned by the sea for a night sky observation. Astronomers in company, you can see planets and stars, know the moon and the fascinating story of the Apollo mission 11 in details. The activity is conducted in partnership with the Astronomy Club of Rio de Janeiro. Inscriptions at the Museum of Tomorrow site.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 13 and 20 July
Time: from 18h to 21h
free activity
Local: Pier Museum
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Workshop prototyping New Power System using 3D Printing

Artistic resident James Palhares shows the processes surveyed for the development of a 3D printing machine highly nutritious pasta. The meeting allows the interaction of the public in the debate on food processing.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 16 July
Time: the 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
free activity
Local: Tomorrow Activities Laboratory – LAA
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Humanity on the moon - 50 years of going to the moon

On the day that marks the 50 anniversary of Apollo arrival 11 in Lua, the Museum of Tomorrow, in partnership with GloboNews and the Rio Planetarium, promotes two episodes display series produced for the program #SemFronteiras: 50 years of man on the moon. A, unprecedented, speaks of space exploration on Mars, consequence of the arrival of man into space. Then, there is a debate with, Alexandre Cherman, Planetarium, and another asked to be set. Then, It appears the first episode of the series, with information about the exploration of the Moon, in 1969.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 20 July
Time: the 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Local: Auditorium
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Reading Club - From the Earth to the Moon

The Book Club will discuss the book "From the Earth to the Moon - Direct Trip 97 hours and 20 minutes ", the author Jules Verne. The published science fiction 1865 anticipated in over a hundred years the feat that only came to pass on 20 th July 1969. After the Civil War of, members of a club with military pretensions and involved with cannons industry yearn for a new venture arms. The president of the organization proposes, then, the construction of the largest ever seen projectile and sent to the Moon. Inscriptions at the Museum of Tomorrow site.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 20 July
Time: from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Local: Observatory Tomorrow
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Presentation Coral One Voice Only: Songs about the moon

The Coral One Voice Only, composed of people in the streets, will make a presentation with songs related to the theme.

Day: 20 July
Time: 15h
free activity
Local: atrium

Lecture - Lucas Fonseca / 50 years of the Man in the Moon

Lucas Fonseca holds a Master in Engineering for Space Systems at the Institute of Aeronautics and Space, in Toulouse, in France. Considered as one of the 35 young people below 35 years that are revolutionizing the relationship of humanity with the space, It is a pioneer in the dissemination of space entrepreneurship in Brazil. He worked on the Rosetta mission, It is the only Brazilian to participate in the unprecedented landing a probe on a comet. He is currently Director of the Mission Garatea, Brazilian attempt to send a probe to the moon and propagate educational programs based on access to space, having more than impacted 8000 students today. space entrepreneur, is founder and CEO of Airvantis, company that facilitates access experiments to the International Space Station, and co-founder and CSO of Heavenly Date, company commercializing scientific data produced in microgravity.

300 vacancies – event subject to stocking
Day: 20 July
Time: from 16:15 to 17:30
Local: Auditorium
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Life on Mars - The Red Planet Effects on Living Beings

What will be the future of space exploration? Who will be the first settlers of Mars? How will the daily them in Martian land? On 23 July, the event "Life on Mars – The Red Planet's Effects on Living Beings ", carried out by the Museum of Tomorrow and the Development and Management Institute - IDG, will celebrate the 50 years of mankind on the moon with a look that goes beyond: reflect on the possibility of future travel and housing on Mars.

The "guide" of this expedition is the research scientist Ivan Glaucio Paulino-Lima, do Blue Marble Space Institute of Science da NASA. He will present his research on the impacts of gravity of Mars in extremophiles beings (that survive in extreme situations) and will count as the study of these microorganisms can help in understanding the challenges of the future inhabitants of the Red Planet. The activity will take place from 16h to 18h, the Observatory Tomorrow.

Day: 23 July
Time: the 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
free activity
Local: Observatory Tomorrow
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br

Evidence of Black Cultures - Education: Abstract noun

On 25 July, Day of the Latin American and Caribbean Black Women, Tomorrow Museum held the 4th edition of Evidence of Black Cultures, which brings education as main theme. As the learning processes in Brazilian indigenous and black cultures have collaborated to form over the generations? Inscriptions at the Museum of Tomorrow site

Event subject to stocking
Day: 25 July
Time: from 18h to 21h
free activity
Local: Observatory Tomorrow
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br

A Tour of the Guanabara Bay

Where are we? Where are we going? Continuing the series of project discussions "Bay of All of Us", Tomorrow Museum invites the journalist Emanuel Alencar to an embedded presentation by the Guanabara Bay. During the tour, Emanuel will on the Bay surrounding the occupation processes, the African Diaspora (the Guanabara Bay, in three centuries, 1 million enslaved Africans) urban mobility and also.

Event subject to stocking
Day: 30 July
Time: from 09h to 10h. Arrival time: 8h30
free activity
Inscriptions:
museudoamanha.org.br/pt-br

Permanent exhibition

Through five areas, Cosmos, Earth, Anthropocene, Tomorrows and We, the main museum exhibition highlights key issues and knowledge to build our future, starting with big questions that humanity has always been done – Where we came from? Who we are? Where are we? Where are we going? As we go?

Time: das 10h às 18h
Tickets: R $ 20 R $ 10 whole and half

PRATODOMUNDO exposure - Caterer 10 Billion

as food 10 billion people, the estimated number of the population in the decade of 2050, with diversity in production, respect for the environment and nutritional quality? How to face the challenges of climate change, reduced biodiversity, as extreme hunger and obesity and the unequal distribution of food? The exhibition "PRATODOMUNDO - Food 10 billion intends to present these issues, but also lead the public to know and to reflect on possible solutions, as cultivation in unexplored regions (tundra, oceans and deserts), and the consumption of foods such as seaweed, insects and plants.

Day: even day 20 October
Time: das 10h às 18h
Tickets: R $ 20 R $ 10 whole and half

Tomorrow Museum is a cultural institution of the Municipal Secretariat of Culture of Rio de Janeiro, under management Development and Management Institute (IDG).

About the Museum of tomorrow

A Museum of tomorrow is a museum of applied science that explores the opportunities and challenges that humanity will face in the coming decades from the perspective of sustainability and coexistence. Opened in December 2015 by the city of Rio de Janeiro, Tomorrow Museum is a cultural facility of the Department of Culture of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro, under management Development and Management Institute (IDG). successful example of partnership between government and the private sector, Tomorrow Museum has received over 3,2 million visitors since opening. With master sponsorship of Banco Santander and a wide network of sponsors that includes companies such as Shell, IBM, IRB-Brasil RE, Engie, Grupo Globo, CCR's Instituto Intel, the museum was originally designed by the Roberto Marinho Foundation.

A IDG - Institute for Development and Management It is a non-profit organization specializing in managing public cultural centers and environmental programs and is also active in consulting for private companies and the implementation or development of cultural and environmental projects. Currently accounts for managing the Museum of Tomorrow, in Rio de Janeiro, Paço do Frevo, in Recife, as operational manager of the Atlantic Forest Fund and as a director of conservation actions and consolidation of the archaeological site of the Valongo wharf, in the port area of ​​Rio de Janeiro. Find out more www.idg.org.br

About the Museum of Tomorrow and the UN ODS

In 2015, the United Nations (UN) created Agenda 2030 with 17 Sustainable Development Goals (ODS), that must be implemented by all countries of the world to 2030. With the pillars of sustainability and coexistence, Tomorrow Museum is committed to the realization of this agenda, providing for eradicating poverty and hunger; protect the planet from degradation through sustainable consumption and production; ensure prosperous life and personal fulfillment of people through economic progress, social and technological, in harmony with nature; and promote peace. To learn more about each ODS, visit the UN website: nacoesunidas.org/pos2015/agenda2030.

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