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VISUAL ARTV - “Ninfas do Tietê” e “Amores que abrem a Terça Aberta no Kasulo

“Ninfas do Tietê” e “Amores que |  |” abrem a Terça Aberta no Kasulo                                                                                                               “Amores que |  |” – Foto Florido A primeira Terça Aberta no Kasulo do ano traz dois trabalhos inusitados: “Ninfas do Tietê”, uma videoperformance, com direção de Sol Faganello e Tati Caltabiano, criada a partir das poesias (ou cantos) de Natália Nolli Sasso, que integram o livro homônimo lançado em 2018 pela Editora Moinhos (BH); e “Amores que |   |”, trabalho ainda em processo de investigação, dirigido pelo artista multimídia Florido com outros seis performers convidados. Nem musas nem divas, as Ninfas do Tietê são figuras que vivem às margens do rio que atravessa São Paulo. Exibida pela primeira vez na Mostra Solo // Mulheres, (Teatro Conteiner), no lançamento do livro de Natália Nolli Sasso, a vídeoperformance traz, além da autora do livro e as duas diretoras, mais quatro intérpretes-criadores -  Ana Zeppa, Cí…

VISUAL ARTV - THE MET NEWS - Art 2016: Celebrando o Espírito Criativo de New York City Kids

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The MetMet News June 2016
P.S. Art 2016: Celebrating the Creative Spirit of New York City Kids
This year marks the ninth consecutive season of P.S. Art, a juried exhibition of talented young artists from New York City's public schools. Featuring more than 89 works in a variety of media, the exhibition showcases the creativity of 90 prekindergarten through grade 12 students from all five boroughs.
The students' paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and mixed-media works demonstrate personal expression, imaginative use of media, and an understanding of various artistic processes. P.S. Art has become one of the many ways in which the Museum fosters the creativity and education of New York City students, as The Met provides free visits to more than 77,000 New York City public school students each year.
View the artworks in the exhibition online, or see them at The Met Fifth Avenue's Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education until October 23.
Teen Blog
Find out why The Met is more than "just a museum" according to one high school intern and discover a playlist inspired by a work in The Met collection in recent posts on the Teen Blog.
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Kids & Families
The Met has so much to offer kids and their families. Have fun together in the Museum and online with fun, interactive programs for kids of all ages and their parents/caregivers.
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The Met in the NEW YORK SPECTACULAR at Radio City Music Hall®
Works of art in The Met collection spring to life in the NEW YORK SPECTACULAR Starring the Radio City Rockettes™, a whirlwind adventure across the city with an unforgettable visit to the Museum. Explore objects featured in the show with the related Family Guide. Limited engagement through
August 7.
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Images: Selina Shi (Age 7, Grade 2). Verrazano Bridge at Night, 2016. School: P.S. 69, Brooklyn. Art Teacher: Angela Fremont | Kaelan Cameron (Age 15, Grade 10). Cool Octopus, 2016. John Dewey High School, Brooklyn. Art Teacher: Martina Hooker | Ariel Lorenzi (Age 17, Grade 12). Frozen Gears, 2016. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School, Manhattan. Art Teacher: Elisa De Gregorio | Cliffannie Forrester (Age 17, Grade 12). Uganda, 2016. High School of Art & Design, Manhattan. Art Teacher: Maria Jimenez | Sarai Escobar (Age 7, Grade 2). A Catfoxunicornperson, 2016. P.S. 238, Brooklyn. Art Teacher: Wendy Newman | Photo by Emily Chow Bluck | Photo by Filip Wolack | Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). Dancers Practicing at the Barre (detail), 1877. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, 1929 (29.100.34)