The course content covers the period between the beginning of the twentieth century and the outbreak of World War II, which caused the first major breach in the paths of culture and art. A period,
The CGAC's Activities and Pedagogical Department develops its programme with a primary goal: to bring art to society through the rigorous analysis of critical issues inherent in contemporary artistic activity.
Film seasons and conferences, workshops, seminars and concerts, make up the centre’s fundamental offer of activities, aiming to involve a wide range of audiences from the professional sector of the world of art and culture to an increasingly larger group of artists and fine art and history students, not to mention all those interested in the evolution of art and aesthetic reflection.
At the same time, the CGAC develops specific programmes for schools and colleges as well as guided tours, with the purpose of providing the various groups who come to the museum with the necessary tools to understand contemporary art and, from there, the world we live in.
The number of seats available for the museum´s activities are subject to change as a result of potential changes in Covid-19 regulations.
All year round
GUIDED VISITS ON WEEKENDS
Guided tours of the architecture and history of the CGAC.
Utopia is usually thought of as a chimera, an impossible projection from a dark present to a better, yet also unreachable, future time.
As a complement to the exhibition Pingas rompentes, the artist Carme Nogueira will carry out an activity that includes reflections on the growth of the city, its flows, and the influence of the sea and its dynamics.
In his work, Christian Villamide reflects on the construction of the landscape, the idea of territory and the profiteering or commodification of natural areas.