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“Sensitive Pages” exhibition

Manifesto iniziativa

11 – 30th June 2013
Museo Tattile Statale Omero

Inauguration Tuesday, June 11 at 10:30.

Admission is free.

The Sensitive Pages project is a collaboration between the Museo Omero and the City of Ancona (Educational and Social Policies – Disability Unit) and with the Heads of the residential and day-care social/educational facilities, and the Home educational assistance Service.

Our aim in making this exhibition an integral part of the Arteinsieme Biennale, was to offer new opportunities for expression and socialisation through the language of art to the users of the day and residential social/educational rehabilitation centres and some users of the home educational assistance service.

The workshop activities are organised by staff from the Museo Omero. Each centre can take part in six meetings which will be held once a week.

Each workshop, created along specific pedagogical guidelines, deals with one of the five themes chosen from those closest to the participants’ experience (the seasons, the sea, taste, music and best memories).
The participants can rework their chosen theme in serenity starting from their personal experience, drawing on the treasure chest of their memories, giving free rein to their imagination, desires, aspirations.
This activity, which is both introspective and cathartic, is made tangible through the creation of very personal multi-sensory books, whose pages (one for each topic) are made up of materials, objects and words chosen on the basis of the visitor’s sensations and feelings at the time.
Pages that contain and express their authors’ dreams, memories and inner being, pages that share glimpses of lives, pages that generate emotion, pages … that are sensitive.

Educational project curated by:

Manuela Alessandrini, Head of Educational Services at the Museo Tattile Statale Omero 
 Blanca de La Quintana Monge, Volunteer from the European Voluntary Service at the Museo Tattile Statale Omero 
 Andrea Socrati, Head of Special Projects at the Museo Tattile Statale Omero 
The Heads of the IL SOLE, LABORATORI E MESTIERI and PAPA GIOVANNI XXIII social and educational day-care centres
The Heads of the IL SAMARITANO and IL CIGNO social and educational residential centres
The Staff of the Home Educational Assistance Service at VILLA ALMAGIA’ supported residential home.

Opening times

Until 14 June: Tuesday to Saturday 16:00 – 20:00; Sunday 10:00 – 13:00 and 16:00 – 20:00.
June 11 to June 30: Tuesday to Friday 18:00 – 22:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 13:00 and 18:00 – 22:00.
Groups can arrange weekday morning visits. Booking is essential.
Closed: Mondays, August 15.

Where

Ancona, Mole Vanvitelliana, Sala Leopardi, Banchina Giovanni da Chio 28 – Ancona

Info

Museo Tattile Statale Omero
t. 071 2811935
info@museoomero.it

Towards the Third Paradise

Italy recycled by Michelangelo Pistoletto and works on the theme by students from the Licei Artistici and Academies of Fine Arts

Ancona, Mole Vanvitelliana, the Leopardi Room
8 June to 31 July 2013
Opening June 8 at 11 am

Free admissio.

The “Towards the Third Paradise” exhibition opened on Saturday, June 8 at 11 am, in the presence of the artist Michelangelo Pistoletto. This is the main event of the fifth edition of the Biennale “ArteInsieme – culture and cultures without barriers”, which is sponsored by Museo Tattile Statale Omero, the “Edgardo Mannucci” Art School, Ancona and the Association of Specialist Teachers of the Marches Region.

On show is the major work “Italy recycled” by Michelangelo Pistoletto, our special guest at ArteInsieme, 2013, and a selection of works inspired by The Third Paradise made by students from local Licei Artistici and Fine Art Academies. The artist’s exploration of this theme illustrates the “transition to a new level of planetary civilisation which is indispensable to ensure the survival of the human race. “

“Italy recycled” was created for the 2012 International Architecture Biennale in Venice. It has been recreated at the Mole Vanvitelliana with new additions to encourage tactile enjoyment by visually-handicapped people, but also the general public. In Venice, the large wooden template of Italy (793 x 812 cm) was erected 20 cm above the green grass of the Giardino delle Vergini. Now, at the Mole, it has been raised to 70 cm, so it can be touched and perceived by everyone and using all the senses. As he did at the Biennale, Pistoletto intervened directly at the Mole, (he was in Ancona on 7 and 8 June). The work, which alludes to a new Renaissance through the recycling and recovery of materials, will remain permanently at the Museo Omero, thanks to the interest of the Directorate General for Landscape, Fine Arts, Architecture and Contemporary Art – Service 5 of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.

And finally, the “Mediterranea 16: Errors Allowed | Mistakes are allowed” exhibition opened on June 6. For the entire weekend, The Mole Vanvitelliana and the city of Ancona were the setting for a rich programme of performances, concerts, meetings and conferences featuring young artists from the Mediterranean area. (Info: www.anconacultura.it).

Opening times

June 8 – July 31: Tuesday to Friday 18:00 – 22:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 13:00 and 18:00 – 22:00.
Groups and schools can arrange weekday morning visits. Booking is essential.Closed: Mondays, August 15.

Free admission

Where

Leopardi Room, Mole Vanvitelliana, Banchina Giovanni da Chio 28 – Ancona.

Info

Museo Tattile Statale Omero
t. 071 2811935
info@museoomero.it

External Links

“Towards the Third Paradise” exhibition with Michelangelo Pistoletto

L'Italia riciclata di Michelangelo Pistoletto alla Mole Vanvitelliana di Ancona

Italy recycled by Michelangelo Pistoletto and works on the theme by students from the Licei Artistici and Academies of Fine Arts

Ancona, Mole Vanvitelliana, the Leopardi Room
8 June to 31 July 2013. Postposted to 15 September 2013.

Opening June 8 at 11 am

Free admissio.

The “Towards the Third Paradise” exhibition opened on Saturday, June 8 at 11 am, in the presence of the artist Michelangelo Pistoletto. This is the main event of the fifth edition of the Biennale “ArteInsieme – culture and cultures without barriers”, which is sponsored by Museo Tattile Statale Omero, the “Edgardo Mannucci” Art School, Ancona and the Association of Specialist Teachers of the Marches Region.

On show is the major work “Italy recycled” by Michelangelo Pistoletto, our special guest at ArteInsieme, 2013, and a selection of works inspired by The Third Paradise made by students from local Licei Artistici and Fine Art Academies. The artist’s exploration of this theme illustrates the “transition to a new level of planetary civilisation which is indispensable to ensure the survival of the human race. “

“Italy recycled” was created for the 2012 International Architecture Biennale in Venice. It has been recreated at the Mole Vanvitelliana with new additions to encourage tactile enjoyment by visually-handicapped people, but also the general public. In Venice, the large wooden template of Italy (793 x 812 cm) was erected 20 cm above the green grass of the Giardino delle Vergini. Now, at the Mole, it has been raised to 70 cm, so it can be touched and perceived by everyone and using all the senses. As he did at the Biennale, Pistoletto intervened directly at the Mole, (he was in Ancona on 7 and 8 June). The work, which alludes to a new Renaissance through the recycling and recovery of materials, will remain permanently at the Museo Omero, thanks to the interest of the Directorate General for Landscape, Fine Arts, Architecture and Contemporary Art – Service 5 of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.

And finally, the “Mediterranea 16: Errors Allowed | Mistakes are allowed” exhibition opened on June 6. For the entire weekend, The Mole Vanvitelliana and the city of Ancona were the setting for a rich programme of performances, concerts, meetings and conferences featuring young artists from the Mediterranean area. (Info: www.anconacultura.it).

Opening times

June 8 – July 31: Tuesday to Friday 18:00 – 22:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 13:00 and 18:00 – 22:00.
Groups and schools can arrange weekday morning visits. Booking is essential.
Closed: Mondays, August 15.

Admission

free.

Where

Leopardi Room, Mole Vanvitelliana, Banchina Giovanni da Chio 28 – Ancona.

Info

Museo Tattile Statale Omero
t. 071 2811935
info@museoomero.it

External Links

Michelangelo Pistoeltto e Daniela Bottegoni del Museo Omero allestiscono l'Italia riciclata
Michelangelo Pistoeltto Aldo Grassini e Daniela Bottegoni del Museo Omero
Opera vincitrice della mostra Verso Il Terzo Paradiso: Lanetarius classi del Liceo artistico Mannucci sede di Jesi
Michelangelo Pistoltto al Museo Omero
Foto di gruppo al Museo Omero