TOCCARE LA BELLEZZA Maria Montessori Bruno Munari
Is it possible to perceive, recognize and appreciate beauty even through touch?
This exhibition offers the opportunity for a broad and complex reflection through the meeting of the thought and the materials from Maria Montessori, and the ideas and the original works of Bruno Munari.
The leitmotif is touch, from which the main themes that characterize the path draw inspiration from: shapes, materials and textures, the “skin of things”, to manipulate and build, alphabets and tactile tales.
The exhibition trail is enhanced by deepenings of each theme plus environments and interactive rooms where the visitor becomes the protagonist of unusual and engaging multisensorial and tactile experiences.
Curator of the exhibition: Fabio Fornasari.
Thursdays and Fridays from 16-19
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10-19
1st of January hours 16-19
Last entry at 18.15
Closed on the 25th of December.
Full: 5,00 euros
Free: schools, disabled people and their carers, under 18 years old, tour guides, credited journalists, soci ICOM.
Activities under booking (free entry)
Groups (max 25 pax): guided tours for 85 euros.
Schools: guided tours and laboratories for 85 euro each class; guided tour for both the Museo Omero and the exhibition for 120 euros per class.
Families: tours and laboratories each first Sunday of the month and during holidays 20 euros per family.
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335 569 69 85
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Museo Tattile Statale Omero
TACTUS. Centro per le arti contemporanee, la multisensorialità e l'interculturalità
City of Ancona
Under the High Patronage of the President of the Republic
In collaboration with:
Fondazione Chiaravalle Montessori
Associazione Bruno Munari
Event organised under the patronage of:
Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Educazione "Giovanni Maria Bertin" ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - Università di Bologna
Opera Nazionale Montessori
Istituto Comprensivo "Maria Montessori" di Chiaravalle (AN)
Comune di Chiaravalle
Thanks to Roberto Arioli for the valuable collaboration