Museo Antropologico y de Arte Contemporaneo
Museo Antropologico y de Arte Contemporaneo (English: "Anthropology and Contemporary Art Museum"), or MAAC is a state-of-the-art museum in Guayaquil, Ecuador celebrating Ecuadorian, Latin American and Pre-Columbian art and culture. MAAC is a welcome addition to Malecón 2000, the renovated riverwalk in Guayaquil. Inaugurated on 30 July 2003, MAAC aims to constitute itself in a catalyst for the development of the local, regional and national artistic culture.
MAAC's mission is to harness the institutional cultural patrimony, by showcasing a valuable collection of 50,000 native Ecuadorian archaeological pieces and over 3,000 modern works of art.
The MAAC offers many integrated programs that include exhibitions, conferences, round tables, factories, projections of cinema, scenic arts, through which it aims to fulfill the challenges of putting the cultural patrimony to the service of the development of the Country and to help in cultural education of the community, on the base of a permanent interchange, stimulating the critical conscience of a diverse community.
- 2004–2005 — Sala Autoral, Enrique Tábara
- 2005 - Sala Autoral, Peter Mussfeldt
- 2006 — Sala Autoral, Judith Gutierrez
- 2006 — Sala Autoral, Estuardo Maldonado
- 2006 — Sala Autoral, Galo Moncayo-Asan
- 2007 - Sala Autoral, Oswaldo Viteri
- 2007 - CausalityLabs, CausalityLabs
- 2008 - Sala Autoral, Juan Villafuerte
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