Due to essential maintenance works, the Rooftop Pavilion will be closed on December 1 and 8.

Russian Performance: A cartography of Its History Public Program

Russian Performance: a cartography of its history
17 October – 5 December 2014

DESCRIPTOIN

The educational program relating to the exhibition Performance: A Cartography of its History examines the effect of performance on the history of Russian art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

The educational program relating to the exhibition Performance: A Cartography of its History examines the effect of performance on the history of Russian art of the 20th and 21st centuries. It includes a series of lectures, film screenings, exhibition tours, Teens Talks, and children's activities.

SCHEDULE

LECTURES AND SCREENINGS

 

October 23, Thursday 

October 24, Friday

19:30  Garage Education Centre

Sergey Kuryokhin

Directed by Vladimir Nepevniy, 2008. 83 min.
Free entry

Thursday, October 30

November 6, Thursday

November 20, Saturday

November 21, Friday

November 27, Thursday
December 4, Thursday

November 28, Friday 

December 5, Friday

TOURS

 

October 17 – December 5, 2014

11:00–21:00 Garage Pavilion

Tours

You can book an individual or group tour of the exhibition at the time of your choice.
For further information about exhibition tours, please visit Garage Information Desk or call +7 495 645 05 20. 

Duration: 60 minutes

Saturdays, October 18 and 25
Saturdays, November 1 and 8

16:00–17:00  Garage Pavilion

Part of the family trip program Teens talk: It's up to you? 

Tours for young people ages fourteen and above
Teens Talk aims to alter widespread notions of "afterschool excursions," inviting young people to try their hand as contemporary art experts. No more listening to monologues – participants will engage in live discussions, and have the chance to voice their own opinions on the history of Russian performance.

Teens Talks are hosted by members of Garage Teens Team, upper school and university students who have spent the past academic year studying contemporary art and working in a variety of museum-related spheres with Garage.

The Teens Talk associated with Russian Performance: A Cartography of its History is held as a parallel program to Family Trip: Off to the Museum!, a project involving around 40 museums and libraries around Moscow.

Free admission with an exhibition ticket. Please register in advance by emailing kids@garagemca.org or calling Ekaterina Vladimirtseva on 89670371768. Spaces are limited; please assemble at Garage Information Desk 10 minutes prior to the start of the Teen Talk.
The exhibition contains some works suitable for people aged 18+ only. However, these works are located in a separate enclosed space and will not be covered in TeensTalk. 

October 17 – December 5, 2014, Mondays–Fridays

11:00–21:00  Garage Pavilion

School and students tours

On weekdays, Garage offers free tours of the exhibition Russian Performance: A Cartography of its History for students and schools. Tours are adapted to various age groups.

Duration: 60 minutes. Free admission, but advance booking is required. To book a tour, please complete the application at garagemca.org 

October 17 – December 5, 2014, Saturdays and Sundays

15:00–15:30  Garage Pavilion

Work Talks

Garage typically invites visitors to attend either a talk or lecture, or a guided tour of its exhibitions. However, to further encourage open discussion and questions from the audience, Garage has created Work Talks, where each visitor is invited to take part in a live conversation with tour guides/

Free admission with an exhibition ticket. Please assemble at Garage Information Desk 10 minutes prior to the start of the Work Talk .

WORKSHOPS

 

October 17 – December 5, 2014, Saturdays and Sundays

13:00–17:00 Garage Pavilion

Open Workshops

For children ages five and above and creative adults
Free admission

Kazimir Malevich’s Cubist costumes, poetry and plays by Dmitry Burlyuk and Vladimir Mayakovsky, Lyubov Popova’s scenic constructions, decorations for the Blue Blouse Theater’s performances... Join the Open Workshop team on a journey through the avant-garde heyday of Russian performance art, and create works inspired by the Futurist experiments of the 1920s.

Session 1: 1 – 1.50 pm
Session 2: 2 – 2.50 pm
Session 3: 3 – 3.50 pm
Session 4: 4 – 4.50 pm

 

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