Tag: youth

Street Art enters the Intitute and the Museum

Sandra Figueras Now that the eighth edition of the programme Creators in Residence in the institutes of Barcelona has just started and we are beginning our fourth year as mediators, we would like to share here the experience of the last course with the street artist BTOY. Walls of the street, the institute and the…

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Author: Sandra Figueras

The museum as seen by young illustrators

Philip Stanton 26 young illustrators from EINA, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art, were lucky enough to be able to really explore the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in October and November 2014. As a coordinator, teacher and creative collaborator I am proud to share with you the results of this experience. How it all began…

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Author: Z_ Guest blogger

5 years of the Postgraduate Course in Museum Management

Conxa Rodà When in 2009, at that time in the Museu Picasso, I received a proposal to think about the academic programme for a new  Postgraduate course in Museum Management, the first thing I did, as when beginning any project, was to carry out a prospective analysis of the existing offer. Searching for singularity There…

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Author: Conxa Rodà

What’s an artist like you doing in a school like this?

Creators in Residence, an educational project by artists and youngsters Creators in Residence makes an unlikely encounter possible by putting an artist to work in a school classroom for a whole year. The objective? To forge links with young people in order to go through a process of creation with them, resulting in an unprecedented…

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Author: Sandra Figueras

Two participative experiences of photography: Our Raval and audio-visual Maps of the city

El Nostre Raval

The exhibition I work the street. Joan Colom, photographs 1957-2010  has been an incentive for a group of youths and, furthermore, 11 centers that attend people with cognitive and physical disabilities, to develop a series of different photographic projects that have in common the fact of taking a close look at their most immediate urban…

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Author: Teresa González