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GUIDED VISITS. 10 YEARS OF ART AND SCHOOL

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Ehibition at ACVIC:

ART + SCHOOL + GAMES & PLAY
An exhibition of the 21 projects realised within the framework of the tenth edition of Art and School
13/5 – 24/7/2021

EXHIBITION AT Temple Romà, Vic:

COMPLICITIES
10 years of ART AND SCHOOL

21/5 – 27/6/2021


EXHIBITION AT ACVIC:

ART + SCHOOL + GAMES & PLAY
An exhibition of the 21 projects realised within the framework of the tenth edition of Art and School
13/5 – 24/7/2021

Curated by Toni Garcia

Dates: 13/5 – 24/7/2021

Groups: Recommended for the general public of all ages, students in Early Childhood Education (P5), Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, and for groups of adults, members of school parents’ and teachers’ associations, family groups, leisure groups and play groups, etc.

Duration: 60 minutes (guided visit + activity). 60 minutes approximately (adaptable to group needs).

Cost: Free visit and activities

Observations: ACVic offers teachers the option of an advance visit to the exhibition and the guided tour, in order that their group visit may be adapted according to the group’s needs. There will be a guided visit for educators, accompanied by guests if they wish, on Thursday 3 June at 5.30pm. [Free activity - Attendance must be confirmed in advance] Visits will be documented by photographs, which will be sent to the designated group contact, and which will be published on the ACVIC’s web and on social networks.

More information on the exhibition and visits: ACVIC | 93 885 37 04 o This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

GUIDED TOURS FOR GROUPS

ART + SCHOOL + GAMES&PLAY is an exhibition comprising the 21 projects which have been carried out in the schools participating in the 10th edition of Art and School, this time on the theme of games and play.

Students from various schools have experimented with painting, photography, performance art, and video, among other practices, posing critical reflections upon what the action of playing represents. Participating schools have realised a number of artistic projects, ranging from inventing games collectively, to an expressive activity with painting, from researching the traditional games preserved in family memory, to playful and participatory projects for visitors to the exhibition.

The visit is structured as a participatory experience, encouraging visitors to listen, to learn, to experience and to play with the projects presented within the exhibition. ACVic’s guided tours aim to familiarise visitors with contemporary art, in order to enrich their cultural background, and to encourage critical thinking.

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EXHIBITION AT Temple Romà, Vic:

COMPLICITIES, 10 years of ART AND SCHOOL
21/5 – 27/6/2021
Curated by Miquel Bardagil

Francesc Abad - Ana Álvarez-Errecalde - Ferran Blancafort – Recetas Urbanas / Santiago Cirugeda - Carme Collell - Toni Ferron - Joan Fontcuberta - Jo Milne - Tere Recarens - Jorge Yeregui

Dates: 21.05 – 27.06.2021

Groups: Recommended for the general public of all ages, students in Early Childhood Education (P5), Primary, Secondary and Higher Education, and for groups of adults, members of school parents’ and teachers’ associations, family groups, leisure groups and play groups, etc.

Duration: 60 minutes (guided visit + activity). 60 minutes approximately (adaptable to group needs).

Cost: Free visit and activities

Observations: Visits will be documented by photographs, which will be sent to the designated group contact, and which will be published on the ACVIC’s web and on social networks.

More information on the exhibition and visits: ACVIC | 93 885 37 04 o This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


GUIDED TOURS FOR GROUPS

Ten years of Art and School constitute a remarkable milestone in the commitment to intersect contemporary art – artists, an art centre, cultural managers – with education – students, teachers, educational institutions - and the new generations. A risky and courageous gamble at the time, and also an endurance race, as the difficulty of establishing a connection between the various disciplines of contemporary art and society at large is no secret.

Art and School is structured around a single theme every year; environments, time, networks, light, voids, chaos, taboos, shelters, fiction, and games/play. For this exhibition, artists have been chosen whose work during the course of their careers has touched upon the themes expressed in Art and School, one artist for each year.

Specifically, ‘Complicities’ includes a ceramic piece by Carme Collell, created with the concept of the void; a video by Francesc Abad imbued with memory and time; an installation by Jorge Yeregui on the environment; a graphic composition by Toni Ferron that displays the universe of social networks; a photograph by Ferran Blancafort, in which light discovers a coexistence between nature and architecture; a painting by Jo Milne of loops in motion, symbolising chaos; a poem and an image that capture Ana Álvarez-Errekalde’s mourning for the death of a child, a subject still taboo in our society; a photograph in which Joan Fontcuberta makes a critical use of the concept of fiction; the model of a self-construction project as an idea of shelter by Santiago Cirugeda; and a video by Tere Recarens, focusing on games.

ACVic’s guided tours aim to familiarise visitors with contemporary art, in order to enrich their cultural background, and to encourage critical thinking.

 

RELATED EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
Paint with light

The surroundings of the Roman Temple and the Montcada Castle will become lighted spaces that visitors will try to capture with the help of graphite pencils, focusing on the architecture of the two monuments.

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