Gli Etruschi e il Mediterraneo. La città di Cerveteri

  15 April > 20 July 2014


curated by di Françoise Gaultier, Laurent Haumesser, Paola Santoro, Vincenzo Bellelli, Alfonsina Russo Tagliente and Rita Cosentino


Workshops for children


Names object cities
workshops for children

from 15 April to 1 June 2014
To tie in with the Etruscans and the Mediterranean exhibition, the Art Workshop is offering a tour in the exhibition of ancient Cerveteri, the wealthiest and most heavily populated of all the Etruscan metropolises, to delve into the secrets that led the city to vie with Rome and with the other Mediterranean powers.  In the Workshop Cube names, objects and cities are all jumbled up on a huge map that greets participants and takes them on a journey through time and space to discover ancient Etruria. In the Workshop geometrical figures, exotic animals and characters from mythology form the basis for graphic work that sets out to explore the manufacture of local ceramics and the Greek influence that resulted from trade and cultural exchange in the ancient Mediterranean.
families • children aged 7 to 11
sunday 11.00 am to 1.00 pm
activity + admission to the exhibition € 12.00 per child
take your parents with you, admission reduced for everybody
reservations recommended € 1.50 tel. (+39) 06 399 67 500