- On Screens. Homage to Fabio Mauri 1926-2009
presentation and workshop conducted by Claudio Cantelmi
Saturday 8 February 2014, at 4 pm
To tie in with its exhibition on The 'Seventies. Art in Rome, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni's Art Bookshop will be holding a workshop devoted to Claudio Cantelmi's book On Screens - Homage to Fabio Mauri 1926-2009. This is a book but at the same time it is an objet d'art that leads us by the hand as we explore the work of Fabio Mauri and the world of the "artist's book".
- Spot! 20 minutes in a work of art
from 15 January to 12 February 2014
A new edition of Spot!, a rendez-vous at cocktail hour offering a guide to the interpretation of a work of art, has been devised to run concurrently with the 'Seventies. Art in Rome exhibition at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni. It comprises a series of three encounters designed to explore the story of three exhibits in greater depth, and to find out more about the research and work that underpinned and went into what we see today.
- Back in those days
Saturday 22 February 2014 at 4 pm
training meeting and workshop for teachers, students and professionals
The Palazzo delle Esposizioni's Educational Services - Art Workshop will be holding a training meeting for teachers, students, professionals and anyone with a specific interest in this sector, offering them a chance to review the stages involved in planning the workshop's pathway for schools designed to tie in with the 'Seventies. Art in Rome exhibition.
- Back in those days
tour of the exhibition and workshop - schools and families
from 17 December 2013 to 2 March 2014
The Art Workshop offers guided tours of the exhibition and workshops for schools and families. In the exhibition we explore the vocabulary of a new form of art: space, both inside and outside the frame; time, to create and to observe; the body, with or without a setting. All of these vocabularies tell the story of years of tradition and experimentation in a determined effort to break through boundaries and to open up new horizons.
- Seems Like This Seems Like That
workshops for kids and children
from 20 March to 1 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.
- Names objects 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.
- Steven Heller
Confession of a design addict: history as passion play
friday 6 June at 18.00
After a meeting on the most eccentric and original typographical characters, and after having told us about the one hundred ideas that have changed graphic design, this year the American critic will talk about himself, with his usual irony, and explain what it means to be a Design Addict.
- I Nostri anni '70. Libri per ragazzi in Italia
meetings and training for everybody
from 5 April to 7 June 2014
On the occasion of the exhibition I nostril anni '70. Libri per Ragazzi in Italia, new dates organised by the Art Workshop: meetings and workshops for teachers, students, sector operators and enthusiasts.
Meetings with players from the publishing world face to face, curated by Paola Vassalli, and workshops on techniques, materials and languages to tell the stories of publishing houses, authors and artists who have revolutionised the children's book.
- Explorers of the World
workshop for schools
from 25 March to 30 June 2014
The Palazzo delle Esposizioni and Scuderie del Quirinale Education Services - Art Workshop has devised a special tour for schools in which the exhibition is transformed into a dynamic venue for exploring, discovering and living to tell the tale. But also overturning reality, rediscovering and inventing "nonsense", turning clichés on their head.
- The Scaffale d'arte at Più libri più liberi
Palazzo dei Congressi
from 4 to 8 December 2014
The Scaffale d’arte (Art Shelf) at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, a library specialised in international art publications for kids, returns for the third year to Più libri più liberi (More books more freedom) – small and medium publishers Fair in the Spazio ragazzi (Kids Space) together with the Libraries of Rome.
- The fairytale wood
collective workshop for everyone
Saturday 20 December 2014 from 11.00 to 17.00
On Saturday 20 December a forest will be invading the ground floor of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni. We look forward to seeing you in order to populate it with characters who, for a day, will step out of the Scaffale d’arte books and venture into the fairytale wood.
- Food. User Instructions
dynamic tour of the exhibition
from 20 November 2014 to 26 February 2015
On the occasion of the exhibition National Geographic Italia. Food, the future of food, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni Art Workshop offers a dynamic tour of the exhibition in order to reflect on what food is, where it comes from and how we will eat in the future.
- 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).
- 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.