A day with... Calder-Picasso
Saturday, February 1, 2020
Based on the ‘Calder-Picasso’ exhibition
To bid farewell to the Calder-Picasso exhibition, Museo Picasso Málaga has prepared various activities in which visitors can share, learn and create things together, accompanied by members of the museum’s educational staff. It will be a special day when families and adults can visit, enjoy and learn about art together.
These activities are free with the price of admission, which is always free for children.
There is no need to register for family workshops.
For adult visitors’ activities, please register at the ticket office as from 10.00 a.m.
February 1, 2020
According to working day
According to the program
ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES in Spanish and English
Constellations Non-stop from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. The concept of space is a challenge for some artists. Based on works by Calder and Picasso, participants face the challenge of recreating space and suspended shapes in two dimensions.
Sculpture and movement Non-stop from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Sculptures are able to move. Sometimes the movement is provoked and sometimes it is random. In this activity for all ages, we examine these ideas with sculptural works that lead to creative processes.
Constructing in space Non-stop from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. Calder and Picasso both used different materials to create three-dimensional forms. In this activity for all ages, the idea is to construct things by assembling shapes and defying gravity.
Exploring Calder-Picasso 11.00 a.m. Adults with children (in English). 11.30 a.m. Adults with children (in Spanish). Visit the Calder-Picasso exhibition in the company of one of the museum’s educational staff, and use play to explore concepts such a space, balance and sculptural techniques.
ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS
Experiences and thoughts on the Calder-Picasso exhibition 12.00 noon. Adult visitors (in Spanish). 12.30 p.m. Adult visitors (in English). This activity highlights the key points of the Calder-Picasso exhibition with a visit in which, individually and in groups, we consider sculpture and the various ways in which the two artists dealt with some of the fundamental issues of the artistic experience.
Getting to know the permanent collection 1.00 p.m. Adult visitors (in Spanish). In the company of one of our educational staff, we examine issues such as the importance of Picasso and his contribution to the history of art, as illustrated by eight decades of work that convey the artist’s creative ability and rigour.