Next Sunday April 15 you can become a painter in a great challenge proposed by Sivori Museum. If you love art or just want to experience how it feels to be an artist, you can try this experience on Sunday morning. The idea is to bring a canvas or cardboard in one of three different sizes (40x50cm, 50x60cm or 60x70cm) and the basic elements for painting. Then, you have 4 hours (from 9AM to 1PM) to finish your works which will take part in a contest.
The name of the contest is “Spots” but the styles are free. A month later, a jury will evaluate the works and will choose the 10 best one for 5 gold and 5 silver medals. A couple of works might even make it to the Annual Saloon of Plastic Arts. “Spots” is a great activity in the middle of the beautiful Palermo woods, a new chance to experience Buenos Aires in an original way.
The Visual Arts Eduardo Sivori Museum has a patrimony of more than 4000 pieces of Argentine art of the XX and XXI centuries. Its name tributes one of the most important Argentine plastic artists of all times: Eduardo Sivori. It’s located on Tres de Febrero Park, in the area known as the Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods), close to the Planetarium, the Rose Garden and other neighborhood sightsees.
For further information, you can visit the Sivori Museum website (available only in Spanish).