sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: children and art

Today, I was filming an interview at the MAH about the current exhibition.  After the interview I was going to join a class of younger children for their collaborative art workshop inspired by my show.

As we were filming the students arrived–we paused our filming to allow them to continue with the introduction presentation to their workshop.  They sat down politely as the MAH instructor began to tell them a fairy tale incorporating various elements of pieces.  As the story began to unwind the children moved around the gallery quickly searching each piece, trying to find the next component of the story–“a sleeping princess” “a blind bird” etc.  It was utterly adorable.

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