22 Feb. Milan gallery invites kids to touch the exhibits.
Milan’s Museo dei Bambini opens an exhibit for children on Friday 22 January, inviting them to reach out and take part.
“Vietato non tocccare” (forbidden not to touch) is the title of a tactile and visual experience combining an art exhibition with workshops and installations.
The playful exhibit combines discovery, wonder and the tactile and visual experience. Few rules and a lot of freedom of movement to discover the world of Italian artist and designer Bruno Munari.
Children from 7 to 13 and their families can explore the different installations in a unique, whole-body experience unique and suggestive: touching, manipulating, making up and breaking up parts of the typical learning process of childhood.
The exhibition is composed of four sections: the magic boxes, touch with the eyes and see with the hands, the più e meno game and the meadowland of pre-books.
The exhibition provides workshops for older children and training for adults. Tickets available online.