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ACTIVITIES


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ACTIVITIES


We are excited about the chance to keep in touch and spread our particular take on childhood far and wide. 
Toward that end, once or twice a year we hope to hold special events.

To whet your appetite about what the future may hold, here are some photos and coverage of Fanny & Alexander’s event
at the Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires.

 

Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires | Small craft 

Organized and curated by Fanny & Alexander


PEQUENOS OFICIOS II
Idea y coordinación: Delfina Aguilar (Fanny & Alexander)

TALLERES
Participan: Julieta Seoane, Manuel Rentero y Johanna Wilhelm

  • Taller de serigrafía: miércoles 17 y 24 a las 15:00 y 17:00
  • Taller de arte en papel: viernes 19 y 26 a las 15:00 y 17:00

Para chicas y chicos de 4 a 10 años, acompañados por un adulto. 
Duración: 75 minutos.
Costo: $30 por persona. Cupos limitados. 
Entradas a la venta a partir de las 12:00 el mismo día.
*Se venderan hasta 4 entradas de niños por adulto.
 

DEMOSTRACIONES EN TIENDAMALBA
Participan: Martin Sabater y Johanna Wilhelm

  • Laboratorio de papel: miércoles 17 de 15:30 a 17:30
  • Fabricación de jabones: sábado 20 y domingo 21 de 15:30 a 17:30
  • Serigrafía: miércoles 24 de 15:30 a 17:30

Para chicas y chicos de 5 a 15 años. 
Entrada gratuita. Hasta agotar la capacidad de la tienda.

Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415. www.malba.org.ar

 

 

Fanny & Alexander's Pop Up


POP UP

We are seeking a new home for Fanny & Alexander that will capture the unique legacy of magic and character of our original atelier in the Metropolitan Museum.

In the meantime, we continue to strive to bring to you our nostalgic notion of play. We have therefore prepared a series of events in and around town that will allow us to keep sharing the Fanny & Alexander spirit until we find a new destination. 

We are excited about the chance to keep in touch and spread our particular take on childhood far and wide. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires | Small craft 

Organized and curated by Fanny & Alexander


This year the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires's design initiative devoted to children appointed Delfina Aguilar, founder of Fanny & Alexander, a children's label, as guest curator. The Fanny & Alexander brand offers an array of objects rigorously crafted by artisans from noble materials. From wood-carved toys and hand-knitted jumpers to an interiors line, F&A is committed to enriching the lives of children through beautiful, simple and enduring objects that embody a nostalgic notion of play.

The exhibition seeks to highlight the value of craftsmanship in the production of objects with which children interact daily. Specifically, children will observe the process involved in the craft of soap-making, binding, silk screen printing and knitting.

Children will be able to apply these techniques in a space especially designed for them to engage with the materials first-hand. In this way, the event will be an opportunity to explore ways of playing that are also ways of creating. The goal is to convey, through a playful experience, the idea that craftsmanship is a fundamental part of the value of the finished product. 

By encouraging children to experiment with different techniques through which materials are molded into new objects, this project aims to stimulate active forms of play that foster manual skills and exercise imagination and creativity. Fanny & Alexander thus hopes to instill in children the value of enduring objects produced from noble materials through careful craftsmanship while at the same time inspiring parents to keep these value alive.

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PEQUENOS OFICIOS
Idea y coordinación: Delfina Aguilar (Fanny & Alexander) con la colaboración de Yanina Schenkel

Participan: Martin Sabater, Victoria Cascón y Franco Peralta.

  • Presentación: martes 17 de julio de 16:00 a 19:00 en Tiendamalba.

Para chicas y chicos de 3 a 11 años, acompañados por un adulto. 
Entradas libre y gratuita. Cupos limitados. 

En la novena edición de malba.niños, ciclo de diseño, Tiendamalba convoca a Delfina Aguilar, quien junto con sus colaboradores mostrarán como se hacen algunos productos cotidianos. Los niños podrán luego aplicar lo aprendido en un taller.

Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415. www.malba.org.ar