Nuances is a scheme that Palazzo Strozzi has devised in conjunction with the Associazione Autismo Firenze for young people and adults with autistic spectrum disorders. The programme consists of activities designed to facilitate participants’ interaction with the works of art on display in the exhibition halls through visual and sensorial stimuli. Each activity is preceded by the despatch of material informing participants on the spaces and artworks to be addressed and by a chat allowing us to familiarise with the group’s characteristics.
In occTo tie in with the Donatello, il Rinascimentoexhibition, Nuances proposes a new activity developed in collaboration with the artist Camilla Alberti, entitled I mangiamondo. After a visit to the exhibition to take inspiration from the works of Donatello, participants are invited to take a tour of the exhibition and experience the sculpture themselves starting from broken or non-functioning objects that any child can bring from home. With the use of clay and other natural and artificial materials, everyone can give life to new three-dimensional objects which, like the works of Camilla Alberti, can take the forms of creatures or strange living organisms.
The activities take place in person according to an established calendar and includes a maximum of 5 children (plus accompanying persons).
Wednesday 6 April, from 15.00 to 16.30
Wednesday 20 April, from 15.00 to 16.30
Wednesday 4 May, from 15.00 to 16.30
Wednesday 18 May, from 15.00 to 16.30
Wednesday 1 June, from 15.00 to 16.30
Wednesday 15 June, from 15.00 to 16.30
Nuances’ activities are designed in conjunction with the Centro Casadasé’s users and educators.
Activity in Italian only. The project is completely free of charge.
Reservations are required in order to take part.
Activities comply with government regulations currently in force to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Info and reservations
Above: Donatello, San Giovanni Battista di casa Martelli, 1442 circa, Firenze, Museo Nazionale del Bargello. Su concessione del Ministero della Cultura. Foto Bruno Bruchi