- Straight to Rights
12 May 2016 at 5pm
In this workshop for demolishing stereotypes and prejudices and for working together on devising new rights for boys and girls, we take our cue from two entertaining illustrated books entitled "The Declaration of the Rights of Girls" and "The Declaration of the Rights of Boys", published in Italy by the Lo Stampatello publishing house with the participation of Amnesty International Italia.
- Caravaggio Experience
starting 3 May 2016
animated tour of the exhibition for schools
To tie in with the Caravaggio Experience, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni's Art Workshop offers a tour of the exhibition providing kids with a full immersion in Caravaggio's work involving all five senses.
- Matisse's garden
tour of the exhibition and workshop for schools and families with children aged 3 to 6
6 March – 22 May 2016
Inspired by the original illustrations from the book Matisse's Garden, readings and workshops allow children to create simple compositions of shapes and colours with scissors.
- One story leads to another
tour of the exhibition and workshop for schools and families with children aged 7 to 11
from 28 February to 1 May 2016
To mark the Botero. Stations of the Cross. The Passion of Christ exhibition, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni's Art Workshop has devised a tour of the exhibition and a workshop to help you discover this Colombian artist's work and to invent stories told in episodes.
- It's never too soon
reading and workshop for children aged 1 to 3
Books to look at, touch and explore, and a first workshop experience for toddlers to share with mum, dad, grandparents, aunts and uncles, because after all... it's never too soon to start learning to read!
- Colour in art
Five dates dedicated to colour in art. Monet, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Rothko and Klein are the five artists selected for their use and interpretation, in different ways, of colour.
- The senses in art
saturday April 16 (sight and touch) - May 21 (taste and smell) - June 18 (hearing and sixth sense) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Three meetings dedicated to touch, taste, smell, hearing and sight to interpret and read art, setting out from the works of contemporary artists and experiencing possible creative processes.
- Educating to art
basic training course on the teaching of art
The course focuses on teaching participants a working method for use in the classroom designed to breathe life into the language and practices of contemporary art through the primary elements of an artistic vocabulary underpinning a potential visual grammar.