In recent years, the museum has brought many thematic axes to its programs, such as “Childhood Stories”, “Sexuality Stories”, “Afro-Atlantic Stories” and, in this last year, “Women’s Stories, Feminist Stories”
The next thematic axis will be based on the Stories of Dance and, through the visual arts, the proposal is to reflect on what dance is, which body dances and where its dance, creating and dialoguing between visual art and dance.
Following this theme, the museum will have an exhibition dedicated to important names such as Hélio Oiticica, Beatriz Milhazes, Trisha Brown, Senga Nengudi, Mathilde Rosier and Edgar Degas.
For the coming years, the cycles of “Histórias Indígenas” were announced in 2021; Indigenous Stories ”were announced in 2021; Stories of Brazil, in 2022; Ecology stories in 2023; “Histories of diversity”, in 2024; and “Stories of madness and delirium”, in 2025.
Watch the most recent seminars that make up the 2019 2020 program, guiding discussions for the coming year.
Dance stories seminaries