This guided tour for school groups aims to generate a vision of the series of events in art that occurred from the end of the 19th century to the 1930s, where a diverse range of artistic output was juxtaposed and connected. Therefore, the pupils are encouraged to adopt an active and critical stance stemming from a consideration of what the acceptance of the concept of modernity meant for classical Avant-garde artists.
Utilizing the diverse idiosyncrasies of Collection 1, Modernity and the Avant-garde connects an assortment of art, audiovisual and documentary materials in order to highlight the potential of each as a vehicle for dialogue. By following this idea, a cultural volunteer in the programme of guided tours gives Secondary Education centres the chance to come into contact with contemporary culture.
Aimed at: 14-16 year-olds in Secondary Education and Sixth Form Pupils
Date: 14 October 2013 - 13 June 2014
Days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Time: daily time slots at 10.15, 10.45 and 11.15 a.m. and Monday and Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Meeting point: Sabatini Building, Floor 1, Education Desk
Capacity: two groups/classes per centre, per day (maximum 50 people). During the 10.45 time slot a maximum of 25 people).
Length: one hour and thirty minutes
Registration date: from 17 September 2013 onwards
Resources: informative material is available for teachers, to be requested beforehand
Further information: Tel: +34 91 774 10 00, Ext. 2098 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org