Mariano Akerman: Educational Activities


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Lectures and educational activities developed by Mariano Akerman in The Philippines, Argentina, and Pakistan, 2005-2010.

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Mariano Akerman: Educational Activities

  1. 1. Mariano Akerman: Lectures and Educational Activities 2005-2010
  2. 2. Art is ExpressionThe Pacific Plaza, Fort Bonifacio, Manila, Philippines
  3. 3. Realidad e imaginación en la pintura belgaMuseo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  4. 4. Belgian Art: Reality and FantasyResidence of Belgium, Manila
  5. 5. The Marvel of Belgian Art in Renaissance and Modern TimesUniversity of the Philippines, Quezon City
  6. 6. Masterpieces of Belgian Art from Van Eyck to MagritteUniversity of Santo Tomas, Manila
  7. 7. Suggestive Paradoxes: Symbolism and Surrealism in Belgian ArtAteneo de Manila University, Quezon City
  8. 8. Tradition and Innovation in the Visual Arts of Belgium:From Compassion to Provocation?National Museum of the Philippines, Manila
  9. 9. " À la découverte d’un artiste ! "European International School • Alliance Française de Manille
  10. 10. Arte ArgentinoAteneo de Manila University
  11. 11. In the Spirit of LinnaeusResidence of Sweden, Manila
  12. 12. Carl Linnaeus: Exploration, Creativity and SystemBritish School, Manila
  13. 13. Linnaeus: A Creative Person in the Age of ReasonEuropean School, Parañaque
  14. 14. Linnaeus and the Rara avis PhenomenonAteneo de Manila University, Quezon City
  15. 15. The Art of Classification: Linnaeus Passion and SystemLyceum of the Philippines University, Intramuros
  16. 16. Classification: A Fundamental Tool?Mahatma Gandhi International School, Pasay City
  17. 17. Nature and Art: Species Exploration in the Spirit of LinnaeusDe La Salle University, Manila
  18. 18. Linnaeus Systematic Approach to Nature and Its ImplicationsHoppets Stjärna School, Taytay
  19. 19. A Tribute to Carl Linnaeus as Homo universalisResidence of Sweden, Manila
  20. 20. Belgian Art: Reality and FantasyAlliance Française de Karachi, Pakistan
  21. 21. Tradition and Innovation in the Visual Arts of BelgiumIFWA Center, Islamabad
  22. 22. The Marvel of Belgian Art and Its DiversityNational College of Arts, Lahore
  23. 23. Variante o Cambia todo cambiaNational University of Modern Languages, Islamabad
  24. 24. Exploring Pictures is CoolInternational School Islamabad
  25. 25. Vers lart libre et moderneNational University of Modern Languages, Islamabad
  26. 26. Art from BelgiumResidence of Belgium, Islamabad
  27. 27. Art in the PictureIslamabad College of Arts and Sciences
  28. 28. Creativity in French ArtBeaconhouse National University, Lahore
  29. 29. French Avant-Garde ArtNational College of Art, Lahore
  30. 30. Argentinean Art in ContextIslamabad Art Institute
  31. 31. Art from ArgentinaInternational School Islamabad
  32. 32. German Art: Its Peculiarities and TransformationsEmbassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Islamabad
  33. 33. The Artist, Modernity and German Society: Between Criticism and ApprovalNational College of Arts, Rawalpindi
  34. 34. The German Contribution to the Modern Visual Arts, 1500-1933Quaid-i-Azam University, Islambad
  35. 35. Reality and Imagination in the Visual Arts of GermanyFatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
  36. 36. Art History: The German CaseIslamabad College for Girls
  37. 37. Art in the PictureIslamabad Art Center
  38. 38. Looking at Pictures and Learning from ArtIslamabad College for Girls
  39. 39. The Grotesque in German Art: Its Nature, Transformations and ImportanceIslamabad College for Girls
  40. 40. Modern ArtPost-Graduate Government College for Women, Rawalpindi
  41. 41. The Bible and the Visual ArtsKhatoon-e-Fatima School, Islamabad
  42. 42. Bible-inspired Symbolism in German ArtKhatoon-e-Fatima School, Islamabad