A scheme for children with autism

Nuances is Palazzo Strozzi’s new scheme for youngsters aged 15 to 20 suffering from autistic spectrum disorders.
Starting in April, once a month, museum and professional educators accompany participants on a journey of discovery to explore the magnificent artworks part of the exhibition Verrocchio, Master of Leonardo.

The activities and stimuli proposed in the exhibition rooms are designed in conjunction with the users and educators of the Centro Casadasé (Associazione Autismo Firenze).

Wednesday 24 April, at 3.00pm
Wednesday 8 May, at 3.00pm
Wednesday 12 June, at 3.00pm
Wednesday 9 July, at 3.00pm

Please contact the Education Department for further information or if you wish to take part.

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Palazzo Strozzi is more than just exhibitions, it’s also a workshop for experimenting with new ways of relating to art with activities and events for families, young people and adults.
Guided tours, lectures, workshops for families and schools and access programmes: Palazzo Strozzi offers everyone the chance to shape their own encounter, turning their visit into an absorbing and stimulating experience


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