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Let's work with art

You are an artist... and you are exhibiting at the MAMT. 2015 Calendar

22 November 2014 to 8 January 2015

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Let's work with art
You are an artist... and you are exhibiting at the MAMT. 2015 Calendar
22 November 2014 to 8 January 2015
Since 2011, we have carried out an activity linked to MAMT Education Service entitled: You are an artist... and you are exhibiting at the MAMT. Calendar..., as part of the education programme: Let's work with Art. The rules of the collaborative project with schools are presented annually at the meeting between MAMT Education Service and the teachers of schools in the Tarragona and Terres de l'Ebre region.

This third edition counted on the participation of the infants and primary school children from the Tarragona region who carried out the MAMT Education Service visits and activities during the 2013-2014 school year.

The aim of the activities and workshops carried out by MAMT Education Service is
to help promote artistic education by proposing, via our website www.dipta.cat/mamtpedagogic, stimulating activities to discover the different art works at the Museum through analytical tasks, experience and play.

We work on attitude and conceptual content through direct observation of the art works at the Museum, which gives rise to numerous interpretations on their significance, formal aspects and cultural value, generating different responses which in turn fosters debate and dialogue within the group in a continuous process of construction.

The activities and workshops carried out subsequently, both at the Museum and in the classroom, offer an insight into the procedural contents of the art works and through experimentation we are able to develop the creative, expressive and imaginative skills of the pupils.

This educational proposal is further recognition of the Museum and its collections as an open venue for discovery and participation, where schools can increase their educational potential.