Families

Families

In May several birthdays are celebrated in Madrid, and we are going to make a gift-tribute to our region. Through two workshops, the artist Clara Moreno Cela shows the public the process of her research on the identity of Madrid. In order for everyone to enjoy this activity, the first day is aimed at families, and the second and third days are aimed at teenagers and adults.

During the two get-togethers we will explore our relationship with the city through music, performance and games in workshops that aim to be a reunion with other people, and is also outdoor fun that makes the most of our terrace. A Chotistón to commemorate the festivities and traditional festivals – called verbenas – that are celebrated on these particular days. A celebration that also belongs to Móstoles – the 2nd of May – that has given us our name; a festivity we want to partake in as spring awakes.

During this workshop we will think, sing and dance about the region we live in. What do we like most about Madrid? What would we change? How would we make it more ours? What if we could answer these questions by having a super-quick party? Sign up with your family and come to the museum’s terrace. Together, we’ll create a collective imagination of Madrid by dancing and singing.  

 

Workshop by Clara Moreno.

Clara Moreno Cela (1993, Madrid) is the daughter of woman who is a bookseller, artist and cultural mediator. Her work bounds between drawing, performance and music, and she loves using literature as a starting point for the creative process. Her solo musical project, called Clara te canta (Clara Sings for You), brings all her passions to light in a straightforward punk way. She likes producing pieces using everyday things and pours her energy into thinking about the function of intuition in Art, the relationships between different species, and supermarket conversations.

 

Type of activity
Dates
30th of April
Inscripción
-
Temas
Acceso notas adicionales

Capacity: 8 families

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In May several birthdays are celebrated in Madrid, and we are going to make a gift-tribute to our region. Through two workshops, the artist Clara Moreno Cela shows the public the process of her research on the identity of Madrid. In order for everyone to enjoy this activity, the first day is aimed at families, and the second and third days are aimed at teenagers and adults.

Subtítulo
WORKSHOP FOR FAMILIES
Categoría cabecera
Chotiston familia
THE CHOSTISTÓN: MINI AND SUPER-QUICK TRIBUTE
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Fotografía: @Raume116

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Duration
6:30 - 7:30 PM

FLIC is an arts and literature festival for the whole family which is celebrating its 9th year in Barcelona, Vic and Móstoles. With its distinct marriage of art and literature, FLIC showcases a number of playful ideas that invite us to take part in unusual literary experiences, to join creative workshops, to move to the rhythm of rhymes and urban dance, to dance reading, to read dancing … and everything accompanied by a pile of books.

We will meet Emily Hughes, the author of the poster for this ninth edition of the festival and the award-winning illustration album Wild, who will lead a family workshop. We can also see La Tomasa, a show by the Brodas Bros hip-hop crew, who will reinterpret the repertoire of oral tradition with Lorcian reminiscences, dancing to the tune of Tutting, Waving, Liquid Dance, Locking, Body Percussion and Popping. Comic lovers can join the workshop by José Ja Ja Ja, an artist specialized in narrative drawings, comics and books. And La Diurna de Pere Faura invites us to dance a book in family: What would happen if we use the tools of dance to write, to describe or read the object contained in the story?

FLIC is a collaboration with Subdirección General del Libro.

More information: flicfestival.com

 

Type of activity
Dates
30th November, 2019
Temas
Entradilla

FLIC is an arts and literature festival for the whole family which is celebrating its 9th year in Barcelona, Vic and Móstoles. With its distinct marriage of art and literature, FLIC showcases a number of playful ideas that invite us to take part in unusual literary experiences, to join creative workshops, to move to the rhythm of rhymes and urban dance, to dance reading, to read dancing … and everything accompanied by a pile of books.

Subtítulo
LITERARY EXPERIENCES
Categoría cabecera
FLIC FESTIVAL
FLIC FESTIVAL
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Duration
11.00h - 21.00h

This activity is continuing online among all participants.

We are going to build a fort in the middle of the hall in the Children’s Home in Móstoles. For the floor we will use mattresses, for the ceiling we will hang sheets with clothes pegs and we will build walls with piles of pillows so that nobody can see what we are doing inside.

Once a month, different artists will be invited inside this space to that they can share their practices with us. The programme for The Fort will include dance, sound and projections and it will have its own set of rules: the only things allowed inside are what we like and what we don’t like have to be left outside.

Type of activity
Temas
Entradilla

We are going to build a fort in the middle of the hall in the Children’s Home in Móstoles. For the floor we will use mattresses, for the ceiling we will hang sheets with clothes pegs and we will build walls with piles of pillows so that nobody can see what we are doing inside. Once a month, different artists will be invited inside this space to that they can share their practices with us.

Subtítulo
COLLABORATION WITH THE CHILDREN’S HOME IN MÓSTOLES
Categoría cabecera
EL FUERTE
THE FORT
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Desactivado

 

FREE ENROLMENT

We invite you to bid farewell to 2019 with this exciting audiovisual event based on sound improvisation and projected images. Everything is brought together in an unreal Dada-like retrofuturist atmosphere combined with live experimentation by the multi-instrumentalist Severine Beata and the visual artist Beatriz Sánchez.

Together with Severine and Beatriz we will transform aluminium foil into thunder, pinecones into fire and tin cans into beats. Bring with you whatever you can find at home that we can use collectively to create a soundscape to accompany a series of visual games that arise from all kinds of gadgets: photos, objects, dolls, textures, engines...

Severine Beata is a multi-instrumentalist who experiments with the western concert flute, saxophone, synthesizer, drum machines, vocals... She is currently based in Andalusia, where she combines her work as a teacher with concerts and sound research.

Beatriz Sánchez is a drawing artist, performer, audiovisual creator and digital activist who works on many different levels, analysing the impact that heteronormative discourses and the information society have on us.

Type of activity
Dates
26th December, 2019
Intended for
Temas
Entradilla

We invite you to bid farewell to 2019 with this exciting audiovisual event based on sound improvisation and projected images. Everything is brought together in an unreal Dada-like retrofuturist atmosphere combined with live experimentation by the multi-instrumentalist Severine Beata and the visual artist Beatriz Sánchez.

Categoría cabecera
Concierto fin de año 2019
END OF YEAR CONCERT WITH SEVERINE BEATA + BEATRIZ SÁNCHEZ
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In a few thousand years a future archaeological excavation will discover what were the limits of the city of Móstoles in 2020 and there they will find, on the site of the Children’s Home, bits of ceramic which, when pieced together, will create objects with no recognizable use purpose. The experts will try to guess where they came from, as they are neither utilitarian or decorative objects. The forms would suggest some kind of mysterious practice closer to the rituals and customs of the former inhabitants of this place.

During this school year, together with the inhabitants of the Children’s Home, we will make loads of extensible, ephemeral, detachable or permanent attachments, traces and remains for the future, sounds that will fill the space and slowly become echoes and then memories. We will create a set of sculptural pieces, hybrids between musical instruments and masks, monstrous fixtures that will be the memory of experiences that took place in this house over the course of these months.

We want to invent our own biography, who we want to be together and how we want to be remembered.

Type of activity
Intended for
Temas
Entradilla

During this school year, together with the inhabitants of the Children’s Home, we will make loads of extensible, ephemeral, detachable or permanent attachments, traces and remains for the future, sounds that will fill the space and slowly become echoes and then memories.

Subtítulo
COLLABORATION WITH THE CHILDREN’S HOME IN MÓSTOLES
Categoría cabecera
Fiesta Futuro
SOFT HOUSE
¿Es un ciclo?
Desactivado