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1. Cultural experiences

   for private schools

We created a new experience that expands cultural awareness and reinforces the school's purpose of forming new generations with more citizenship and sensitivity, promoting questioning.

Our main objective is to bring more children to museums, and make this experience engaging and rich in learning. With a team specialized in art education, we have developed an exclusive methodologyaligned with the school curriculumthat guides the visit and activities.

During the visit, our educators pose questions that encourage students to question the works and movements. The questions do not have right or wrong answers, nor a determined order, the idea is to broaden perspectives and follow the rhythm and dynamics of the group and the curricular objectives.


The dynamics during the visit is a moment of deepening and reflection in addition to offering the exercise of group work - both during the observation of the works and in the artistic activities developed.


We work with the main museums in the city of São Paulo, such asMASP, Pinacoteca, MIS, MAM, Afro Brasil, Casas das Rosas, OCA, among others- maintaining a close and productive relationship with all institutions and their educational departments.

This service is offered to private schools in the city of São Paulo, covering students between 4 and 12 years old. To find out more, go tocontactwith us.

“A painting only lives for those who look at it.”

Pablo Picasso


In art classes, 9 and 10 year olds learned about artists who were transformative and revolutionized the way art was made in their time - such as Monet, Picasso, Renoir.


Our script for Masp is already starting to work on the transformation in the architecture of the building and in the layout of the works idealized by the icon Lina Bo Bardi. Following the order worked in the school, we started with Renaissance artists, moving on to Impressionists and Cubists until we reached Brazilian Modernism - making the most of the extensive collection of one of our main museums.

From the conversation, the students were divided into groups to choose works that relate to some suggested words: how a work can mean and represent a concept and a feeling among different artistic expressions.


Finally, they carried out an artistic activity inside the museum, creating a collective mural and discussing the importance of each artist and their impact on the arts.

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