Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative
Now Available: Under the Same Sun Teacher’s Guide
Featuring a captivating introduction by Under the Same Sun artist Luis Camnitzer, our Teacher's Guide invites students to create, discuss, and think about art beyond disciplinary boundaries. The guide was created by Camnitzer and educators María del Carmen González and Sofía Quirós in collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum’s Education Department.
Download free PDF: English | Spanish
Catch Up On MAP Symposia
Check out our archive of audio, video, and transcripts from our Continuous Horizons symposium, when experts joined us in Hong Kong to examine art practice in South and Southeast Asia. Then head to Storify for a recap of our recent symposium at the Guggenheim Museum, where Under the Same Sun artists and others discussed the Americas in relation to contemporary art.
No Country Continues Online
Following successful No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia exhibitions in New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore, you can continue to follow No Country artists including Sheela Gowda, The Propeller Group, and Navin Rawanchaikul on their artist pages, which feature slideshows, Q&As, videos, and more. And be sure to check out the blogs, MAP Navigator, and calendar to stay abreast of MAP happenings.
The Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative fosters cross-cultural interaction between artists, curators, and audiences via educational programs, online activities, and collection building. It focuses on three regions—South and Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa.
On the MAP: “The Unknown University,” Guggenheim Curators Visit Asia, and a Teaching Guide from Luis CamnitzerIn our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we share insights from a compelling symposium; audio of a talk by MAP curator June Yap; and a new teacher's guide for Under the Same Sun. MORE
The Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative is supported by a variety of far-reaching educational and contextual activities, including lectures, panels, performances, films, gallery tours, multimedia mobile tours, and artist-led workshops. These programs and accompanying resource materials will evolve from a dynamic process of exchange among the Guggenheim’s curatorial and education staff, the project curators, the artists, and colleagues from participating institutions. Check this section, Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail for further details and news.