Activities for school groups in the Tomás Saraceno. Aria exhibition have been suspended due to the COVID-19 health crisis, pending the issue of further instructions in that regard.
The exhibition reopens to the public on 1 June and has been extended to 1 November 2020. All visitors, whether children, teens or adults, are urged to visit the exhibition under their own steam.
We hope to be able to welcome classes once again with new activities and initiatives associated with the exhibition, in compliance with the safety measures in force, when school starts again in September.
In the meantime, we urge teachers to continue sharing our remote initiatives.
Here are the links to download them:
The Thread That Binds Us All (kindergarten and the first few years of primary schools, ages 4 to 8, Italian version)
The Shape of the Future (final years or primary school, ages 9 to 11, Italian version)
Cosmic Drawing (lower secondary school, Italian version)
The Oracle (upper secondary school, Italian version)
Below are some of the images that participants in these activities have shared with us over the past few weeks. Our thanks to the students of the Liceo Beccaria in Milan, the ISIS Galileo Galilei in Florence, the Liceo Giovanni da Castiglione in Castiglion Fiorentino, the Scuola Serve di Maria in Florence, the Scuola Santa Maria in Coverciano, the Scuola Marconi in Florence, the Scuola dell’Infanzia Joan Miró in Florence and the Scuola Dalla Chiesa in Prato, to their teachers, to their families and to all those who have sent in the results of their work.