At First Sight. Workshop for school and family

 
 

At First Sight. Workshop for children and teenagers
100 Masterpieces From the Städel Museum in Frankfurt

from 1 April to 17 July 2011

This new exhibition season once again sees the launch of new activities from the Educational Services - Art Workshops for schools and families, designed to familiarize young people with art and to encourage them to "meet" works of art in the flesh while, experimenting with contemporary artistic vocabulary.

In the exhibition
we take the kids on a journey through the major art trends of the modern era, from Romanticism to Realism and from Impressionism to the Avant-Garde, based on the masterpieces in the Städel Museum in Frankfurt.  In the workshop we offer full immersion in the color and form, space and sound of the art on display in the exhibition, to allow the kids to experience the development of signs and artistic vocabulary, and to meet the leading players who revolutionized the traditional standards of classical painting.


FAMILIES
children aged 7 > 11
Sunday 11.00-13.00
workshop + admission to exhibition  € 12.00 per child

special combined workshop ticket
children also wishing to take part in workshops organized by the Scuderie del Quirinale in any given month may purchase a special combined workshop ticket costing € 18.00

family offer
workshop + admission to exhibition  € 10.00 per child
admission to exhibition € 10.00 per adult (max 2 people)

telephone reservations only
reservation recommended € 1.50
tel. 06 39967 500, Monday to Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am-2pm

SCHOOLS
Workshop for kindergartens and primary schools

Tuesday through Friday from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm and from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm
admission € 4,00 per pupil (free for kindergarten classes)
activities € 80,00 per class group
booking necessary tel. 06 39967200


Classes taking part in two workshops at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and the Scuderie del Quirinale can purchase a special ticket for € 70,00 per class group

information
didattica.pde@palaexpo.it

 


     
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