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Activities Scheduled for Schools in 2018/2019

Visits and workshops tailored to school levels

At the start of every school year, Museo Picasso Málaga lines up new projects for the current season, providing an interesting occasion for pupils to explore various techniques, disciplines and themes.

MPM’s programme for schools comprises guided tours, workshop-visits and special activities for teachers. Each of these activities is adapted to the specific characteristics of the group and, is offered as of Primary key stage 3 and upwards, they can also be conducted in English, French, German or bilingually, making the activity an opportunity for pupils to practice the foreign languages they are learning at school. 

Check out the various options and book the one best suited to your needs. 

ART WORKSHOPS

These hour-and-a-half activities focus on the creative process in art. In the exhibition rooms, pupils will discuss the museum’s artworks and then, in the workshop, they will explore different materials and talk about what they have made. The price of these workshop visits is 3 € per child (5 € in English, French, German or bilingual). Free for teachers.

Free for centers in the province (except Malaga capital) through the program with La Noria. Social Innovation Center (application in the form).

Visitas-taller en torno a Pablo Picasso. Nueva Colección:

1. Playing with faces
For Infant Second and Third Levels and Primary First Level
There are some complex faces to be seen in the pictures hanging in the museum exhibition rooms, depicted from several angles at the same time.
After looking at and talking about some of them, the pupils will go to the workshop, where they will use scissors, adhesive paper and pastels to work on the idea of the portrait. 

2. Folding
For Primary Second and Third Levels
In this workshop, we shall explore the idea of volume, perspective and 3D. Working with different types of paper, we will explore these ideas by making folded paper sculptures of different-shaped figures.
The artworks we shall look at range from the Cubist drawings in Room 2, to Picasso’s late sculptures in cut metal.

3. Photocollage
For Secondary and Bachillerato Levels
In this workshop, pupils will be making cyanotypes. 
Working on Cubist images, they will focus on ideas such as superimposed planes, perspectives, etc.
Using translucid images on acetate and opaque images on paper, they will create compositions that, when placed on photosensitive paper and exposed to sunlight, will be reproduced almost like photographs.

Registration form, here 

Workshop visits based on the temporary exhibition Olga Picasso
26th February 2019 to 31st May 2019

1. Dancers 
Workshop visit for second and third year of Infant level and first stage of Primary level

This activity is all about dance and the depiction of movement, as seen in the paintings, drawings and photographs in the exhibition.
Pupils will use paper, scissors, string and pastels to create mobile designs.
 
2. Line Drawings  
Workshop visit for second and third stages of Primary level. 

A tour of the exhibition will help the children to discover the art of drawing.
In the workshop, they will learn the keys to drawing lines, form, perspective etc., then they will draw figures themselves.

3. Engravings
Workshop visit for Secondary and Bachillerato level.
  
Pupils will visit the exhibition and focus on the art of engraving.
In the workshop, they will use burins, acetate sheets, inks, paper and a printing press to make their own prints.
This activity focuses on the artistic production process. In the exhibition rooms, pupils will debate about the artworks. In the workshop, they will explore different materials and then discuss what they have made.

The workshop-visits last an hour and a half and cost 3 € per child (5 € in English, French, German and Bilingual). Teachers free of charge.
Monday to Thursday: 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm, 3.00pm. Fridays until 1.00pm. 
You can use this form to book a workshop visit for your school group. 

Registration form, here

PARTICIPATORY GUIDED TOURS

Tailored to the various school levels from Second Level Primary upwards, these tours are free for pupils of Andalusian official public schools. 
Discounts available for all other schools. Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm.

- Museo Picasso Málaga CollectionA look at the museum’s permanent collection to discover Picasso’s works and talk about issues relating to modern art.

Book your tour using this form

- Olga Picasso exhibition
26th February to 31st May 2019.
We are offering students a participatory tour of the exhibition on Olga Khokhlova, Picasso’s first wife. The show looks at the years they shared together, putting into perspective the creation of some of Picasso’s greatest works and reconstruing this output in the context of a personal story that developed alongside another political and social one.

Second cycle of Primary upwards. Adapted for different levels. 
These visits are free for schools in the official compulsory education system, with discounts for all other schools. 
Visits last one hour. Schedule: Monday to Friday, every hour between 10.00am and 2.00pm (10.00am, 11.00am, 12.00am and 1.00pm).

Book your tour using this form

- Bilingual participatory tours
For Primary Second and Third levels and Secondary and Bachillerato Levels
For Primary Second and Third levels and Secondary and Bachillerato Levels.
Talking about art in the Museum is a unique chance to practice the foreign language pupils are learning at school.
The activity is tailored to suit the different school levels.
The price of this activity is 75€ per group (maximum 25 pupils). Languages: English, French, German and Italian.

Book your tour using this form

> Cancellations and refunds
If you require further information, please write to us at educacion@mpicassom.org

Guided tours for teachers OLGA PICASSO

We are offering teachers a look at the life and story of Pablo Picasso’s first wife, in the exhibition Olga Khokhlova. It covers the years they shared together, putting in to perspective the creation of some of Picasso’s greatest works and reconstruing this output in the context of a personal story that developed alongside another political and social one.

Available for teachers from schools belonging to the Andalusian official compulsory education system. 
From Monday to Thursday from 5.00pm to 6.00pm and from 6.00pm to 7.00pm. 
Minimum of 10 and maximum of 25 teachers each hour.
Please registrar for this free activity at educacion@mpicassom.org

This is a free activity and registration is required: educacion@mpicassom.org 

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