Guided Itineraries will lead visitors through the exhibition venues of the 59th International Art Exhibition, in an open and participatory structure; Guided Itineraries are particularly suited to high-schools, universities, art lovers, and grown-ups. They fall under three typologies: guided tours, focus tours, and theme-based visits.
Workshop Activities are addressed to all kinds of audiences, with particular attention to young and very young visitors and schools; Workshop Activities are based upon stimulating and interactive approaches, triggering creativity and children’s capacity to elaborate the contents of their experiences. Workshop Activities fall under the following types: digital workshops, making use of ICT-devices, multidisciplinary workshops, delving into the languages of art, music, dance, theatre, science, writing, and philosophy, theoretical and practical workshops, which stimulate creativity with hands-on activities, and creative ateliers for families. Further initiatives shall be developed, to reach out for broader and broader audience groups, pivoting on projects addressed to specific targets.
Online educational activities have been extended and enriched, after the great success they enjoyed in 2020. Online activities are dedicated to schools of all cycles and aim at preparing participants to visit the Exhibition. Activities are conducted by specialized operators and are available on e-learning platforms. They are interactive, multidisciplinary and open, and allow participants to approach exhibition themes from different educational and experiential perspectives.