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CIVETTA. THE NEW EDUCATIONAL AREA OF THE GALLERIA CIVICA DI MODENA

CIVETTA. THE NEW EDUCATIONAL AREA OF THE GALLERIA CIVICA DI MODENA

Daniel spoerri, tableau-piège - Il Bistrot di Santa Marta Series, 2014, Austria, Ausstellungshaus Spoerri

Starting from 10 October 2015, the teaching workshop of the Galleria civica di Modena opens once again under the new name “CIVETTA”, the new educational area of the institution.

On the occasion of the exhibition Daniel Spoerri: Eat Art in transformation, a special new season marks the start of the museum’s educational activities, staged thanks to the collaboration withDida, the educational workshop of the Musei Civici di Modena, and Memo, the education resources centre of Modena.

 

For Schools

Enrolment is already open for nursery, primary and middle school classes, and teachers may access the workshops programmed during mornings from Monday to Friday, booking through the Memo website.

Schools outside the Commune district may book by phoning 059 203/3140/2930 from Monday to Friday between 10am and 1pm.

 

For Families

The space on the first floor of Palazzo Santa Margherita will also host workshops aimed at children and their parents, to be held on Saturdays or Sundays from 3.30pm with dates ranging from 10th October 2015 through until 23rd January 2016, which may be accessed via prior booking (by calling 059 2032919), and on payment of €5 per child, or with the formula “Bring a Friend” (or sibling), € 7 for two children.

The workshops start on 10 October, special event from 6pm with ‘Una tovaglietta molto speciale!’, followed on Saturday 17 October by, “La tavola a me piace così!”, for children between 5 and 12 years of age.

The workshop the following Sunday is also for children aged between 5 and 12: Sunday 25 October “Assaggi d'autore”, in which parents may also take part; Sunday 8 November, “Che trappola questo quadro!”, Saturday 28 November “Grattugie, coltelli, rotelline... meravigliosi arnesi da cucina”, Saturday 19 December “Pranzo di Natale” and Saturday 23 January 2016 “Grattugie, coltelli, rotelline... meravigliosi arnesi da cucina”.

 

The entire programming of this series of appointments is inspired by and dialogues with the themes featured in the exhibition Daniel Spoerri: Eat Art in transformation.

Daniel Spoerri (1930) is the founder of Eat Art, the current with which the artist meant to undertake a reflection on the fundamental principles of nutrition and the relationship between art and food.

The workshops will draw inspiration from the works on show in Palazzo Santa Margherita, starting from the tableaux-piéges or ‘snare-pictures’, in which objects at the table are fixed by Spoerri exactly where they are found and thus elevated to works of art, as well as drawing on his menus, cookbooks and collections of kitchen utensils.

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