Every year, MASP structures its program around thematic axes that orient the exhibitions, as well as the mediation activities and public programs, such as conferences, courses, and workshops. The seminars introduce, foster, and spread discussions on such themed axes, approaching the curatorial universe to the pedagogical work. At MASP, seminars are held one or even two years previous to an exhibition, thus introducing the public debate. With free admission, the events are held at the MASP Auditorium, recorded in video and shared – also for free – on the museum’s website and Youtube channel.

Joseca Yanomami, Untitled, 2017, MASP Collection, gift Clarice O. Tavares, 2021

Indigenous Histories

11 am-4:30 pm

This is the fourth seminar in a long-term project that anticipates MASP's 2023 program of exhibitions, lectures, workshops, publications, and courses dedicated to Indigenous Histories.