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Guided tour and architectural workshop: What Garage Will Be Like

12 September 2021
14:00 and 16:00 (2 sessions)

DESCRIPTION

The building where Garage is currently located was not always a museum. Workshop participants will be able to learn its history, study traces of the past and even create a model of the future.

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art’s building once housed the huge Four Seasons restaurant erected in the late 1960s. But what will happen to this building in fifty years is anyone’s guess. What if the Museum itself moves into a huge flying saucer and hovers over the park—or will it look completely different while remaining in the same place? Together with the guide, participants in the workshop will explore the historical appearance of the construction and find traces of present time within it, before, under the guidance of an architect, creating their own models that combine the past, present, and future of Garage.

ABOUT THE TEACHERS

 

Viktoria Scherbenko is a pedagogue of Art in English Language at the IB (International Baccalaureate) program, teacher of creative and theoretical classes for children and teenagers in various Moscow museums. She graduated in Arts and Graphics from Moscow State Pedagogical University, studied at the Free Workshops School of Contemporary Art, completed an internship at the Art History Faculty of the University of Perugia, Italy, and professional growth courses at the school METOD.


 

Polina Bogatyreva is an architect and pedagogue of creative disciplines for children and teenagers. She earned a BA degree at Moscow Architectural Institute and is currently doing her master’s at MARCH School. She also completed an internship at the National School of Architecture Paris La Villette.

 

HOW TO TAKE PART

Free admission with advance registration.

Please gather at the information desk 10 minutes prior to the start.

REGISTRATION 

The event is accessible to blind and visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing visitors. If you need an adapted Family Day program for kids with mental disabilities, please email us at neurodiversity@garagemca.org.

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