The “Sunday at the MAA” programme is organised every Sunday from 11 am to 1 pm and consists of two parallel programs: GUIDED TOUR (for adults) and WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN (for 4-12 year olds).
WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN -
"SHIELDS AND JEWELRY IN THE KIKUYU TRADITION: SHAPES, COLORS AND MEANINGS" (11-13h)
*Entrance: 150 RSD
**The Workshop is in Serbian, but to English-speaking children who would like to participate in this programme the curators will be glad to give in English too the necessary instructions for activities during the workshop and explanations of the theme.
***The workshop does not require reservation
****Parents and guardians are kindly asked to bring children on time so that children are able to fully participate in the structured and prepared programme, and take full advantage of the creative time spent in the museum.
KENYA, TANZANIA AND UGANDA: 1937-1939. PHOTOGRAPHS BY KOLOMAN TRČKA" (11h)
The exhibition “Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda: 1937–1939. Photographs by Koloman Trčka” presents a selection of black and white photographs depicting life and work of the peoples of East Africa and European businessmen and tourists in that region at the time of the British colonial rule. Most of the photographs which Koloman Trčka had taken 80 years ago have never before been presented to the public. His photographs capture encounters of people from different quarters of the world, locals and foreigners, the distance between and the interplay of their worldviews, revealing power relations.
Guided tour will be given by author of the "Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda: 1937-1939. Photographs by Koloman Trčka" exhibition, Marija Miloš, senior curator.
*Entrance: 150 RSD
**The Guided Tours on Sundays at 11 are in Serbian, while the exhibition display is in both English and Serbian and curators are available to give more information about the exhibition in English too to all English-speaking visitors of this programme.
***The guided tour is for adults, but suitable for younger adults as well (13-18 year olds)