Pre-registration for Teachers - art✱training

Course fee for teachers: BRL 340,00

Paulistano Modernism: Between Circumstance and the Eternal” is the new art*training course, Cultural Extension Program at arte!brasileiros. Starting on August 18, it will be taught by Tadeu Chiarelli, curator, art critic and professor in the Visual Arts course at USP.

With a full price of R$680, the course offers a 50% discount for teachers. To get it, fill in the form below. We will verify the information and soon you will receive the discount coupon in your email.

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Teacher: Tadeu Chiarelli

Thaddeus Chiarelli – Graduated in Art Education (1979), Master's (1989) and Doctorate (1996), from the University of São Paulo. He took part in a competition for Licentiate Teaching, in 2005, and for Full Professor, in 2010, also at USP. Professor at the Department of Fine Arts, he teaches at Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses. Advisor at the Visual Arts Graduate Program. Area of ​​Concentration: Theory, Teaching and Learning of Art; Line of Research: History, Criticism and Theory of Art. Activities: Art History, Art Theory, Art Criticism, Art and Photography, Contemporary Brazilian Art. Between 1996 and 2000 he was Chief Curator of the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo. Between August 2007 and May 2010 he was Head of the Fine Arts Department. He coordinates the Center for Art & Photography Studies and the Study Group in Art Criticism and Curatorship, both at the Department of Plastic Arts at ECA-USP. He has published books on Art and Art Criticism in Brazil. He has a CNPq productivity grant (Level 2) since 2009.



  • Meeting I – “The construction of the ideal narrative about São Paulo modernism”
    Wednesday: August 18th
  • Meeting II – “The critique of the idealization of São Paulo modernism”
    Wednesday: August 25th
  • Meeting III – “The Return to the International Order”
    Wednesday: September 1
  • Meeting IV – “The Return to Order in Latin America and Brazil”
    Wednesday: September 8
  • Meeting V – “Anita Malfatti”
    Wednesday: September 15
  • Meeting VI – “Di Cavalcanti”
    Wednesday: September 22
  • Meeting VII – “Victor Brecheret”
    Wednesday: September 29
  • Meeting VIII – “Lasar Segall”
    Wednesday: October 6th
  • Meeting IX – “Tarsila do Amaral”
    Wednesday: October 13th
  • Meeting X – “Conclusions”
    Wednesday: October 20th