I nostri Anni '70. Libri per ragazzi in Italia

  20 March > 20 July 2014

 

curated by Silvana Sola e Paola Vassalli


 

Workshop for kids and children

 
 

Seems Like This Seems Like That

workshops for kids and children
from 20 March to 30 June 2014

On the occasion of the exhibition I nostri Anni '70. Libri per Ragazzi in Italia, the Art Workshop is offering new itineraries for different sections of the public. During the week the invitation is aimed at kindergarten and primary schools, while at the weekend there will be something new each month for smaller children and families.

Books for learner readers, books as visual games with forms and colours that transform so that they seem now this and now that. With Maria Enrica Agostinelli form becomes image along a thread of associations and overturning. With Iela Mari, stories without words in an alternation of forms that change from page to page. With Toti Scialoja signs and drawings where the word is the main ingredient of the game. At the workshop the books that mum and dad used to read open up like doors to reveal unexpected worlds still today: so a hole becomes an owl's eye, a red circle is transformed into an umbrella, the tortoise dressmaker and the zanzara (mosquito) without a zed surprise you by talking in rhyme.


families • kids 3 > 6 years with their parents
from 20 March to 30 April - Books in shape
from 1 to 31 May - Books with holes
from 1 to 30 June - Animals in rhyme
Sundays from 11.00 to 13.00
activities + exhibition € 8.00 per child
booking advised tel. 06 39967500 - € 2.00 per child

schools • kindergarten and primary
Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 to 11.30 and from 11.30 to 13.30
activities € 80,00 per class group
free booking obligatory tel. 848 082 408

offer for schools • special integrated workshop ticket
classes booking within the first month of the exhibition and classes taking part in two workshops at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and at the Scuderie del Quirinale pay a special rate of  € 70,00 per class group

info
didattica.pde@palaexpo.it

 


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