I, you, we Workshop for families with children aged 3 to 6

From 09 June 2021

To 29 August 2021

  • Wednesday

What is it that makes us unique, and what do we share with others? What do works of art tell us about ourselves?

A journey amid the artworks of the American Art 1961-2001 exhibition, its shapes, its colours, its stories and its experiments to learn how each artist communicated his or her own personality and how art can help us to express our differences.

Through observation, narrative moments and fun activities, we discover just how much the works of art on display in the exhibition halls can tell us, and then we continue the experience in the workshop.

In compliance with measures designed to contain the spread of Covid-19, activities are open to a maximum of 9 participants. Participants must observe 1 mt. social distancing and wear a mask at all times. For further information please see our safety measures.

Activity in Italian only. Reservations are required. Places are limited.
There is no charge for taking part but tickets to the exhibition must be purchased.

Reservation required

Sigma CSC
From Monday to Friday
9.00-13.00; 14.00-18.00
Tel. +39 055 2645155

INFO: edu@palazzostrozzi.org

On top: Barbara Kruger, Untitled (We Will no Longer be Seen and Not Heard) (det.), 1985, Minneapolis, Walker Art Center. ©  Barbara Kruger. Courtesy the artist and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis