SCHOOL PROGRAMME
STREET ART IN THE FMCMP COLLECTION

FMCMP HEADQUARTERS, MADRID
4 OCTOBER 2022–28 MAY 2023

In recent years, faithful to its commitment to the art of our day, the Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson has launched a new working line on urban art. In this guided tour, participants will access a space devoted to street art which shows works by street art, donde se muestran obras de BanksyKeith HaringVhils and El Muelle, along with pieces by young artists who have made specific projects for the Foundation, like Queen AndreaEl Rey de la Ruina o Juan Díaz-Faes, among others.

As part of its training-related activities, the Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson created this free programme with the prime goal of meeting the needs of students from preschool to baccalaureate via different kinds of tours.

ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE BY RESERVATION ONLY

PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY SCHOOL TOUR-WORKSHOP

Little urban artists

This activity, targeted at preschool and primary school children, offers a tour of the Street Art Space and a creative activity. Based on the work of one of the artists in this exhibition, the participants will learn about the different techniques used in urban art, like stencils, collage and tags, as well as the wide variety of materials used, many of them recycled to give them a new life.

Using a methodology based on play and teamwork, the participants will become urban artists for a day with the goal of learning more about art via the works of today.

The tour-workshop lasts approximately 90 minutes and is led by cultural mediators.

SECONDARY SCHOOL AND BACCALAUREATE TOUR-WORKSHOP

Urban (?) art

This activity targeted at secondary school and baccalaureate students encourages student participation. By looking at the works of different urban artists like Keith Haring, Banksy, Vhils, Edgar Plans, Queen Andrea and Juan Díaz-Faes, the students learn about the different techniques, materials and styles of these artists, who work with a great deal of freedom, with the goal of sparking their interest in art via knowledge of the works of today.

The tour finishes in the gallery with experimentation with the different techniques used, turning the participants into urban artists for a day.

This tour-workshop is free of charge. It lasts approximately 90 minutes and is led by cultural mediators.

SECONDARY SCHOOL AND BACCALAUREATE GUIDED TOUR

Street art in the FMCMP Collection

This activity targeted at secondary school and baccalaureate students encourages student participation. By looking at the works of different urban artists like Keith Haring, Banksy, Vhils, Edgar Plans, Queen Andrea and Juan Díaz-Faes, the students learn about the different techniques, materials and styles of these artists, who work with a great deal of freedom, with the goal of sparking their interest in art via knowledge of the works of today.

This guided tour is free of charge, lasts approximately 60 minutes and is led by cultural mediators.

INFORMATION OF INTEREST

Length: 60–90 minutes (depending on the type of tour)
Price: Free of charge
Language: Spanish

Information, reservations and hours: reservas@fmcmp.com

IMPORTANT: No external guides are allowed. All the tours organised by the Foundation are free of charge and conducted by the centre’s mediation team.

VIDEOS

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Interview Queen Andrea
2021

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Interview Juan Díaz-Faes
2021

CONTENIDO RELACIONADO
GUIDED TOUR
STREET ART SPACE

FMCMP HEADQUARTERS, MADRID
6 SEPTEMBER, 2022
28 MAY, 2023