Guided tour in the temporary exhibition 'Europa Oxalá'

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The exhibition Europa Oxalá presents works by 21 European artists, all second or third generation. These artists, born and raised in a post-colonial context, reflect on their heritage, their memories and their identities.

How do they process their (grand)parents' memories of the colonial past? As second and third generations, what place do they give to the colonial legacy today? How do they see the future of a post-colonial Europe?

The AfricaMuseum introduces groups of adults to contemporary art and artistic reflections. The guided tour focuses on memory and identity, but equally allows for input and interpretations from within the group.

In addition, the museum offers an interactive tour for students from second grade secondary school onwards, focusing on exploring notions of identity and memory. The youngsters are encouraged to take a closer look at contemporary artworks in small groups and present them to each other. This activity is precisely tailored for students of artistic education, history and world citizenship classes.

 

 

 

AfricaMuseum
Leuvensesteenweg 13 - 3080 Tervuren

Duration
1h30
Audience
from 14 years and adults
Participants
Adults: max. 15 - Schools: max. 24
Language
English, French or Dutch
Price

€ 90