- Let's get counting!
activities and workshops for schools and families
from 17 October 2014 to 31 May 2015
In the exhibition we explore the world of numbers, using installations and multimedia activities to discover the mathematician lurking inside each one of us; while in the workshop we set out on an interactive journey in which you yourself become a number or a symbol, playing mathematical games and solving calculations in motion.
- 1, 2, 3... star
lectures and workshops for schools and families
from 26 October 2014 to 31 May 2015
To tie in with the Numeri Tutto quell che conta da zero a infinito exhibition, the Scaffale d'arte is offering a selection of books by the hand to explore the labyrinth of numbers. With calculators and tables left firmly outside the door, we use games to learn to count and we create new image with the numbers.
- Spot! 20 minutes in a work of art
guided interpretation of a work of art
Wednesday 5 November, 10 December 2014, 14 January 2015
On the occasion of the exhibition NUMBERS Everything that counts from zero to infinity, the Art Workshop of Palazzo delle Esposizioni presents Spot!, a date at aperitif time for the guided interpretation of a work. A three step itinerary to discover numbers, scientific laws and mathematical formulas in the history of art.
- Mathematics is an opinion
for kids from 7 upwards, families, teachers, operators
Saturday 28 February, 28 March, 18 April 2015
On the occasion of the exhibition NUMBERS. Everything that counts from zero to infinity, the Art Workshop of Palazzo delle Esposizioni presents a proposal between art, mathematics and philosophy. Artists and illustrators show us mathematics under a new guise.
- At school with the Art bookshelf
from 5th of november
Free workshops for kindergartens and primary schools promoted by the School, Infancy, Youth and Equal Opportunities Council and by the Culture, Creativity and Artistic Promotion Council.
- It's never too soon
from 18th of november
animated readings for kids 1 > 3 years with mum, dad, grandparents, aunts and uncles.
First date 18 November on the occasion of Born to Read Week (Nati per leggere).