Family Sundays at the museum are workshops addressed to children from three to ten years old, and open to their parents: they provide opportunities to experience the places of contemporary art together, in an active, playful way. They include a visit to the current exhibition and workshop activities especially designed to encourage communication between adults and children. The activities focus on different themes, such as sign, color, and form, but also on the relationship with sound, or on photo portraits, such as in the workshop Ritratto di Famiglia. In an especially created set, families can pick objects, clothes and images, drawing from an “iconographic wardrobe” to dress up and pose for photographs. The images are then printed, so that every family may take theirs home as a souvenir of the experience.
Target: children from 3 to 10 ten years old with parents/caregivers
Time: 4 to 6 pm, a Sunday every month
Fee: 5 euros per child. Special fee (3 euros) for Abbonamento Musei, Abbonamento Musei Junior and agreements. Always free for the parents and caregivers (max. 2 people)
Mon – fri, 10 am to 6 pm: 011 3797631,firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, Sun: 12am to 6pm: 011 3797624,email@example.com
The Campaign for Drawing project was first launched in England as a way to support drawing as a tool for thinking, creativity, social and cultural engagement, and above all as a way to help people see, think and invent.
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo was the first Italian institution to join the Campaing for Drawing international network, offering afternoon drawing activities that are free and open to the general public.
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