The Connections scheme offers a tour of the exhibition focusing on a selection of exhibits, sensory and narrative stimuli. In each activity the works of art are the focus on which free connections and sensoral experiences are developed to empower different forms of communication.
Connections is designed for organised groups (day centres, associations, residential structures, territorial services and so forth) and is devised for people with cognitive and physical impairments, mental distress and other kinds of fragility.
To tie in with the Olafur Eliasson: Nel tuo tempo exhibition, the Connections scheme will consist of an introductory meeting and on-site tours based on an agreed timetable.Discover the Connections scheme
On-line introductory meeting
The introductory meeting, which will be held on line, is intended for all health and social workers (educators, psychologists and therapists) planning to accompany a group, in order to work together on assessing how the scheme can tie in with current exhibition.
The meeting will be held on Thursday 6 October from 11.00 to 12.00 on line on the Zoom platform.
You must attend this meeting if you wish to take part in the scheme.
Activities in Palazzo Strozzi
Activities will take the form of on-site tours with small groups of visitors both in the exhibition rooms and in the Maria Manetti Shrem Educational Center. Each tour will be preceded by a phone call with the Education Department to discuss the timing and modality of the activity.
Activities are designed to cater for a maximum of 10 participants in all.
Tours will be held every Monday at 10.30, 14.00 and 16.00.
Activities must be booked by 27 October at the latest.
You must attend the introductory meeting if you wish to take part in the scheme.
All activities are in Italian only.
For further information on access to the exhibition rooms, see our Open in safety page.Book the activity
Cover illustration: Olafur Eliasson, How do you live together?, 2019. Courtesy of the artist; neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles. Photo: Anders Sune Berg © 2019 Olafur Eliasson