ART Criticism and cultural analysis
Courses that seek to facilitate the development of skills for the appreciation, interpretation and study of the different manifestations of art, taking into account the historical, social and cultural perspectives.

Post-curatorships and other cultural programming languages
Aimed at people over 15 years old | Beginner level  

This course provides management strategies for cultural programming with a gender and diversity perspective. Through 7 sessions, curatorial processes will be reviewed as well as projects with different items and approaches: public and private institutions, independent, self-managed and unconventional spaces, together with invited specialists, to experiment and contrast structures, successes, opportunities and possibilities of continuity.

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Participants will have an applied approach to the main aspects of public policies and gender studies as key components to conceptualize and carry out cultural programming focused on the experience of users.

1 session
Technological autobiographies: Public policies, cultural management and social justice

2 session
Overflow, redistribute and scale: programming artistic-cultural projects from private initiative
– Case study: FEMSA Collection public program

3 session
Mediate, measure and regulate: programming from the public institution
– Case study: Documentation and mediation program at LABNL, Citizen Cultural Lab

4 session
Liberate, name and care: Independent curatorial programs
– Case study: Program with a gender perspective: screening of film and textile art in the Mexico City subway

5 session
Expand, collaborate and create: Critical and non-formal artistic education, key to post-curatorships
– Case study: Latin American Program of the Museum Educators Network

6 session
Repair, occupy and collectivize: Technological appropriation of women
– Case study: Editatona situated program of Wikimedia México Foundation

7 session
Coexistence
– Meeting – In-person session at the MARCO Museum, subject to group consideration

Tania Martínez Báez

Artist, cultural manager and member of the feminist collective Magdaleonas. She has a degree in Arts from the University of Monterrey and a candidate for a Master of Arts from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León. Since 2015, she has collaborated in cultural institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey (MARCO), leading the coordination of programs for young people and adults where she developed projects
artistic mediation exhibitions with universities; During her management at Lab Cultural Ciudadano (LABNL) starting in 2021 as head of content and general program of the laboratory, she established reflective meetings, artistic and citizen science residencies, public calls and open cultural production projects. In 2023 she served in the Technical Secretariat of the Council for Culture and the Arts of Nuevo León (CONARTE), in charge of statistics, public studies, evaluation and development of cultural programs for compliance with public policies in the cultural sector. . She currently develops the programmatic structure on artistic specialization at the Adolfo Prieto School.

Cost: $ 1,250 pesos

6 sesiones | Del 5 de agosto al 23 de septiembre (asueto 16 de septiembre)

*The course is taught on Mondays from live talks at 6:30 to 8:00 pm via Zoom. It is necessary to have a Zoom account

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History of art:
Contemporary Mexican art of the 20th century

Aimed at people over 15 years old | Beginner level  

Throughout seven sessions of theoretical content, participants will study the characteristics of Mexican art according to the discursive and creative processes of the artistic manifestations of the 20th century, contextualizing ourselves with the events and periods that make up the history of Mexico.

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At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand the historical development of art in Mexico in the contemporary era. You will also be able to identify the history of modern and contemporary Mexican art. It will be analyzed through the various artistic manifestations that have been created and transformed throughout history, which in turn, these manifestations have shaped and questioned the identity of the Mexican.

1 session
20th century: Searching for a new national identity

2 session
Surrealism in Mexico

3 session
The modern avant-garde in Mexico: Generation of La Ruptura

4 session
New discourses, new forms: Feminism

5 session
80's: Neo-Mexicanism- Julio Galán and his generation

6 session
Mexican conceptual art

7 session
Mexico of our days

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Marianna Gonzalez Gastelum

She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Monterrey. It has studies related to art education and art history. She was Marketing Coordinator at the Vaso Roto Ediciones publishing house in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León and later Content Editor of the architecture and design magazine Tu Casa Nueva in Hermosillo, Sonora. In the educational field, he has given conferences, courses and workshops on the history of art and artistic expression for girls, boys, youth and adults in various institutions and cultural centers such as the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Sonora Norte, from where he has designed, taught and coordinated subjects as well as student cultural projects. Since 2016 she has held the position of Coordinator of Arts at the Sonoran Institute of Culture and in 2019 she launched Arte Appétit: Cultura abocados, a platform dedicated to cultural education from where she gives talks and courses on art history.

Cost: 1,250 * pesos

7 sessions | From August 8 to September 19

*The course is taught on Thursdays starting at 5:00 pm via Zoom

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