MATADERO MADRID CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY CREATION LEARNING

Matadero Madrid wants to highlight its programme of activities for children and young people

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Early years, families and young people programme
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Discover Matadero Madrid's range of family-friendly activities

Matadero Madrid wants to highlight its programme of activities for children and young people, who over the last year have been subject to restrictions on their everyday lives and the places where they can socialise. Debates sparked by the health crisis that entirely shaped 2020 have shed light on the needs of these groups from the perspective of an adult-centred, productivist world.

Firm in its belief that culture and the arts give us the freedom to try out other ways of living and eager for the Naves and the Plaza to reemerge as places for gatherings, discovery and enjoyment, Matadero Madrid has decided to place special attention on its family-friendly programme, exploring new formats so that we can continue to learn together even while socially distancing.

This file contains our programme for the next six months, which we will gradually update on our website.

Given the current state of affairs, the proposed activities may be subject to future changes, so be sure to always check for any updated information.

School and teachers programme
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In-person and digital activities especially designed for schools

As part of the cultural centre’s varied and rich programme, this academic year Matadero Madrid is offering a wide range of in-person and digital activities that have been especially designed for schools to invite children to reflect on the city and different ways of inhabiting it; community festivals and dances; and digital culture and critical technologies.

In light of the difficulties the education system is facing due to the ongoing health crisis and with the aim of offering teachers resources they can use in the classroom, specific activities have been designed for infants, primary schoolchildren, secondary schoolchildren and baccalaureate students that use hybrid methods to make them more accessible.

Matadero Madrid is also placing at their disposal all the educational resources it has produced in recent years within the framework of its lines of research related to art and education, childhood and public spaces, and culture of proximity and working with communities.

This file contains the programme for the next six months, which we will gradually update on our website.

Given the current state of affairs, the proposed activities may be subject to future changes, so be sure to always check for any updated information.

For further information please email educacion@mataderomadrid.org.

 

 

La Madroñera