Workshops on the history of Bucharest architecture, Sutu Palace, July 10-August 17
The Art History Association organizes a non-formal education project about the history of the city, of the architecture and the decorative arts "Summer School at the Sutu Palace". The workshops are supported by historian Alina Havreliuc and art historian Oana Marinache.
The visual presentations, discussions and creative activities are addressed to several categories of beneficiaries: workshops on the history of architecture for students of grades I-VI, organized during the week, Thursdays and workshops dedicated to families, organized on Sunday. Meetings dedicated to families will also include short guided tours of the University market, exemplifying the visual and interactive presentations from the museum.
The meetings take place on Thursdays and Sundays, starting at 11:00 am and will last between one hour and an hour and a half, depending on the age of the participants. They will be held both in the lobby of the museum, as well as in the courtyard or in the immediate vicinity, allowing a short walk in the University market area. Museum visit fee: 3 lei for children, 7 lei for adults (10 lei / workshop).
Legends and stories
Shepherd Bucur and the founding of the city
Vlad Tepes and the founding document
Dambovita and Bucurestioara
Craftsmen and traders
Means of transport
Evolution of constructions: from board to block I
Evolution of constructions: from the board to the block II
Public gardens and parks
The mayors of Bucharest
Development of the city: roads, markets
Architects, engineers, builders
Old Court, Arsa Court, royal palaces
Mogosoaiei Bridge as a residential area
The boyars' houses, with an emphasis on the Sutu Palace
Golescu House and the stages of transformation into a royal palace
Coltai complex with tower, inn, church, hospital
Decorative motifs on Bucharest buildings
More details about the weekly materials and themes at //www.facebook.com/events/301871106646667/
The BD Povesti Salon from Bucharest in comics takes place at the same time at the Bucharest Municipal Museum, being coordinated by Madalina Corina Diaconu.
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