14-20 May 2018
MUSEUM WEEK. HYPERCONNECTED MUSEUMS: NEW APROACHES, NEW PUBLICS
A CONCERT FROM THE SERIES MUSIC AND ART. SOUND CORRESPONDENCES
Tuesday, 15 May / Free Entrance
Directed by Vertixe Sonora Ensemble
Once again, the celebration of International Museum Day marks that start of the concert series Music and art. Sound correspondences, an encounter with the music and art of our times that embraces all of today’s creative expressions, giving us a chance to learn about the latest in aesthetic trends, the most outstanding composers on the contemporary music scene and the most interesting perspectives for the development of new music.
The series starts out with the magnetism of a captivating concert that brings together theatrical and visual elements with works by Teresa Treccozzi (Italy, 1981) and Giovanni Santini (Italy, 1986).
In addition to the customary rehearsals open to the public and conversations with the composers, this year’s event offers educational activities including dress rehearsals open to schoolchildren and specific activities for music students.
12:00 m.-1:00 p.m. Educational concerts for schools/Previous registration at email@example.com
7:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Conversation with the composers
8:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m. Presentation with students from conservatories and music schools
8:30 p.m. Concert Magnetism
Teresa Treccozzi (Italy, 1981) Magnetic Sonata (2017)
Saxophone, electric guitar, piano, percussion and objects
Giovanni Santini (Italy, 1986) Your Body... Your Voice (2016)
Piano, 3 singers and 24 rattle magnetsA TRIBUTE TO ARTIST MANUEL MOLDES
Tuesday 15 May at 6:00 p.m. / Free entrance
Exhibition of A Model Kit. Art in Galicia in the CGAC Collection
The CGAC pays homage to artist Manuel Moldes, a founding member of the group, Atlántica, a member of the Galician Royal Academy of Fine Arts and professor at the School of Fine Arts in Pontevedra. His work is part of the exhibition A Model Kit. Art in Galicia in the CGAC Collection.
The participants in this event include CGAC’s Director, Santiago Olmo, the Director of the Torrente Ballester Cultural Centre, Miguel Fernández-Cid, and curators Ángel Cerviño and Alberto González-Alegre.COURSE BODIES OF THE CINEMA
Wednesday 16 May at 7:00 p.m. /Free entrance
Directed by José Manuel López
The CGAC will hold an open session of the course Bodies of the Cinema, dedicated to Takeshi Kitano and entitled Always in Transit. The course is directed and given by the film critic and professor, José Manuel López.
GUIDED ARCHITECTURE AND HISTORY TOURS OF THE CGAC
Thursday, 17 and Friday 18 May at 12:00 m. and 6:00 p.m. / Free entrance
On the occasion of International Museum Day, on 17 and 18 May the CGAC has programmed special tours of its architecture and history. We will visit the building starting at the exterior entranceway making our way up to the roof, where the work, Triangular Pavilion by artist Dan Graham, is on permanent public display.
These tours will highlight the design features of the building that houses the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, designed and built between 1988 and 1993 by the architect Álvaro Siza Vieira, and its close formal and conceptual connection to Bonaval Park and its host city.
It is not necessary to make a previous reservation to participate in this activity. The tours leave from the lobby of the CGAC. Groups will be organised on a first come first serve basis with a maximum of 25 people. The tour lasts roughly 50 minutes.
GUIDED TOURS ON WEEKENDS
Saturday, 19 May at 12:00 m. / Free entrance
The public can come to the CGAC to enjoy the exhibitions Muntadas. Strategies of Displacement and Carlos Garaicoa. The Palace of Three Stories accompanied by art specialists. This visit aims to stimulate the interest in contemporary art creations and encourage communication between the spectator and the works of art.
It is not necessary to make a previous reservation to participate in this activity. The tours leave from the lobby of the CGAC. Groups will be organized on a first come first serve basis with a maximum of 25 people. The tour lasts roughly 50 minutes.
WORKSHOPS FOR FAMILIES. MOVEMENT
VIDEO AND MOVEMENT. PIPILOTTI RIST
Saturday, 19 May: for families with children ages 4-6 years
Sunday, 20 May: for families with children ages 7-9 years
Registration: 7-18 May
Pipilotti Rist owes her artistic name to the children’s character, Pippi Langstrumpf, with whom she shares a spirit that is free, critical and absurd.
The artist uses familiar images as a tool to draw attention to the stereotypes and preconceived ideas that we see on television and in advertising. She uses the videoclip format with sharp images saturated in bright colours, but with a critical discourse. She projects her montages on household objects like armchairs, curtains, kitchen furniture, on walls or floors, enveloping the spaces with moving pictures. During these sessions we will create new spatial environments seeking out movement through body expression and the use of video.
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