Carmen Thyssen Andorra Museum launches a new literary collaboration to bring art to the youngest. In the framework of the Sant Jordi Day, the Museum, together with the Andorran Primary School of Andorra la Vella, presented 4 works of the current “Femina Feminae” exhibition for students of fifth and sixth grade. The students had to put a new title and write a few words about their feeling infront of the piece , to finally choose the work or the text that they liked most.
Following these writings, 4 stories have been created around the paintings of Conrad Felixmüller, Winslow Homer, Robert Delaunay or Berthe Morisot creating a synergy between works of art and literature. The phrases of the students, chained and ordered in a specific way, create a new vision of the work in the light of the sensations of the students that have in this initiative all the protagonism.
From these creations comes the book “Encadenats”, where collaboration with Editorial Aloma has been key and will be released on April 23, Saint George’s Day so that everyone can see the Works with a new perspective In order to complete the experience, in front of the work the visitors can also find these small big chained stories to be able to enjoy the creativity of the young authors in a new way and leave their imagination free , creating his own history around a work of art.