MASP Teachers is a program with meetings about art, education and the public sphere, aimed at training educators and anyone interested in the topic. Each edition seeks to deepen the themes proposed by the museum`s exhibition cycles, informed by debates in the pedagogical field. The activities are free and take place on three Saturdays of each semester.
In 2023, the meetings are connected to the cycle Indigenous Histories and their objective is to provide dialogue between education professionals and artists, curators, intellectuals, teachers and Indigenous activists, as well as with non-indigenous people who work in partnership with them. Through the themes Ver, estar e sentir o mundo (Seeing, Being and Feeling the World) Ancestralidade e historicidade (Ancestry and Historicity), Terra, corpo e território (Earth, Body and Territory), Direitos e cosmopolíticas (Rights and Cosmopolitics), Bem viver (Living a Good Life) and Aldear o mundo (Dividing the World Into Villages), the meetings will address different dimensions of Indigenous peoples in the public sphere and some of the main issues they raise. This dialogue with Indigenous peoples is essential for their voices to reach different spaces, especially museums, classrooms and other areas of education.