MASP Teachers is a program of meetings around art, education, and the public sphere, destined to instruct educators and interested people in general. Each edition aims at deepening the themes proposed by the exhibition cycles of the museum, having in mind the ongoing debates of the pedagogic field. These activities are free and take place twice per semester, always on Saturdays.
In 2020, the meetings of MASP Teachers will be linked with the exhibition cycle around the Histories of Dance. In addition to the museum’s visual arts exhibitions and collections, other artistic languages will be approached, along with educational experiences and public policies towards different perspectives of bodies and cultures in society, which created other possibilities of occupying different cultural and political spaces through dance.
This way, MASP becomes a platform for dialogue among teachers and other social actors that build strategies to promote critical pedagogies in their contexts of action.