Part of the branch of activities of Mediation and Public Programs of the museum, MASP School offers free courses, open for everyone interested in art, whether with previous background in the field or not.
With teachers specialized in the most diverse fields of art and culture, visits to temporary exhibitions and to the long-term exhibition of the museum’s collection – displayed in the glass easels designed by Lina Bo Bardi –, the courses present a wide perspective of the MASP collection. They also have a transdisciplinary approach to the themes introduced at each new cycle of exhibitions.
MASP School aims at bringing visitors of the museum even closer, as well as to provide a dynamic, critical experience of learning, in which each and every one can build an individual repertoire from a multiple and plural regard of art.
Currently, four modules of courses are offered: Art History, Critical Studies, Afternoon Courses, and Vacation Courses, offering scholarships for public school teachers. To directly contact the department, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MASP School offers scholarships for public school teachers of any level. Each teacher can be contemplated with one scholarship each semester. The courses require a minimum of 75% of presence.
The subscription requires a letter of intent, which will serve as criteria for the selection of scholars. In order to apply for a scholarship, fill in the register available at the option “Scholarship request for teachers” in the page of each course.