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Come lavora un artista? Quali tecniche utilizza per realizzare le sue opere? Con questa proposta la Fondazione mira ad incrementare l’unione tra due realtà fondamentali per l’accrescimento culturale della nostra società: la scuola e l’ente culturale per facilitarne il contatto e lo scambio. Un modo per avvicinare bambini e ragazzi all’arte moderna e contemporanea utilizzando un approccio laboratoriale ed esperienziale; esplorando le regole della creazione e la conoscenza degli artisti. L’intento è di creare un legame mirato con le scuole perché l’approccio all’arte divenga un fatto naturale e sia un elemento che si inserisce nella progettazione quotidiana della scuola. Un’azione didattica che può arricchire il settore legato all’educazione all’arte, non tralasciando il fondamentale aspetto espressivo e linguistico.

Il foglio come scultura

Paper as sculpture

When: monday, wednesday, fridayWhere: Via Vigevano 3, Milano (cit 061)
Colata di gesso

Plaster cast

When: monday, wednesday, fridayWhere: Via Vigevano 3, Milano (cit 061)
Grafica Monotipo

Graphics Monotype

Monotype is a graphic process halfway between painting and printing, which makes it possible to create a one-of-a-kind image.
An image is painted in oil, tempera or ink on a matrix, which can be a sheet of metal, wood or glass, then printed on a flat surface. Experimenting with this technique will help us to discover the link between works of art and their expressive means.
With the guidance of the education staff of the Foundation, we will make our first monotype using with brushes, rollers and special tools: we will paint our design on a tile, choosing the colors we like best, and then print it on a piece of paper. Thus we can discover that every time the matrix disappears, the image is perfectly transferred onto the sheet of paper.
Each print will be a surprise, each work unique and unrepeatable.
When: monday, wednesday, fridayWhere: Via Vigevano 3, Milano (cit 061)
La magia del labirinto

The magic labyrinth

Hidden in the basement of the old headquarters of the Foundation is one of the most important works by Arnaldo Pomodoro: it is called Ingresso al Labirinto, a carved environment you can walk in.
The Maestro worked on it for many years and it is dedicated to the Epic of Gilgamesh, the first epic poem in the history of mankind, written at the time of the Sumerians on eleven clay tablets.
We will enter in small groups: the Education Section guides will provide a map and invite us to go in the heart of the labyrinth, hunting for the Maestro's marks, passing through three mysterious rooms, each with its own story. After the exploration, we will exchange our impressions and experiences.

Where: Via Solari 35, Milano
Forme in natura

Forme in natura

Laboratorio Metodo Bruno Munari®
Where: via Vigevano 3, 20144 Milano (cit 61)