Intesa Sanpaolo museums: extraordinary initiatives for the festival "è cultura!"
Intesa Sanpaolo is participating with its museums in the new festival "è cultura" promoted by Abi and Acri with Italian banks and banking foundations, in collaboration with Feduf (the Foundation for Financial and Savings Education).
In particular, Intesa Sanpaolo is offering free entry, guided tours and games and educational activities for adults and children at all its museums: the Gallerie d'Italia in Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza, the Casa Museo dell'Antiquariato Ivan Bruschi in Arezzo, the Galleria di Palazzo degli Alberti in Prato and the Museo del Risparmio (Museum of Saving) in Turin.
The event, which takes place from 7 to 14 October – Financial Education Month, aims to promote the social and cultural development of Italy: this is why it is spread throughout the country and open to all.
Find out more about all the activities planned in Intesa Sanpaolo's museums for the festival "è cultura!"
In Milan, the Gallerie d'Italia will be opening their doors to visitors of all ages.
On Saturday 7 and 14 October, the guided tour "One museum, three buildings" will be offered, while in the afternoon visitors can enjoy the exhibition "Gallerie is fashion! From the 19th century to the photography of Max Vadukul". For younger children (ages 6 to 12), the museum will be offering the workshop "Apprentice Sculptors!"
In Naples, the museum will be offering the free tour "A building to discover" on 7, 8, 12, 13 and 14 October.
In addition, primary school children will be able to participate in the free workshop "Hunt for detail" from Tuesday 10 to Friday 13 October and on 14 October
In Turin, the Gallerie d'Italia on Saturday 7 October will be offering the free guided tour "Palazzo Turinetti: a window on Turin's drawing room"
In Vicenza, the programme on Saturday 7 October will open with the guided tour "Apriti Palazzo!" and continue with the readings of the "Manzoni Marathon with The Betrothed". The day will end with the free guided tour "Ways of Wonder. Palazzo Leoni Montanari".
On Sunday 8 October the programme will continue with the free workshop "Sculpting Light", while in the late afternoon the building will take part in the Spazio&Musica 2023 Festival by hosting the concert "The Devil and Holy Water. Sacred and Profane Vivaldi".
The exhibition Argilla. Stories of Meetings will be opening to the public on 12 October, while on Saturday 14 October the "Sculpting Light" workshop will be available
At the Galleria di Palazzo degli Alberti in Prato, on Saturday 7 and 14 October children ages 6 to 10 will be able to participate in the workshop "Seek and You Shall Find!". For information and bookings, please call the free phone number 800.167.619 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
In Arezzo, on Saturday 7 October, the Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi will be presenting the play "For grace received / chiaroscuro" in three runs. For information and bookings, please call 0575354126 – 3382283566 or write to email@example.com
In Turin, the Museo del Risparmio will be offering activities for all ages.
On Saturday 7, Sunday 8 and Saturday 14 October, the museum will be offering the guided tour "Discovering the Museum".
On Monday 9 October, primary school students can participate in the workshop "Jukebox - A Coin for a Song".
On Wednesday 11 October, secondary school students can take part in the workshop "Monetopolis".
On Thursday 12 October, secondary school students can participate in the "Financial Planner" workshop.
All workshops will be open by prior booking at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, on Friday 13 October, primary school students will be able to connect to the online event "Walking With Arco & Eris", which will teach them about savings and financial education. Reservations are required to participate in the online event.
For information on the various events, contact email@example.com.
Last updated 6 October 2023 at 16:16:40