An activity for those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)

An activity for teenagers

Works of art can generate all sorts of emotions. We may like them, they may make us laugh, they can even make us angry! Today we invite you to play with different artworks from the museum and to discover how they make us feel.

Here are two works by Anne Marie Heinrich, a German photographer who lived in Argentina: Capricho dividido en cuatro [Caprice Divided in Four] and Retrato de Eva Duarte [Portrait of Eva Duarte].

If you look at them carefully, can you imitate their faces? What are these people feeling? Do you remember a time you felt the same way? What makes you happy? What makes you sad?

Now have a look at these two paintings by women artists that are part of the museum’s collection, one is by Maria Martorell and the other is by Ana Eckell.

How do they make you feel? Do you like the shapes? The colours? Do they make you laugh? Do they make you feel cold? Do they make you feel warm?

This is an activity you can do as a family. Use the association cards in the image gallery below the works to help with the activity.

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