- Correggio-Parma, return ticket
tour of the exhibition and workshop for schools and families with children aged 7 to 11
Every Sunday until 26 June 2016
A tour of the exhibition and a workshop allow participants to discover Correggio and Parmigianino, two artists who turned their home town of Parma into one of the most oustanding art centres of 16th century.
- Spot! 20 minutes in a work of art
28 April, 19 May, 16 June, at 6.30pm
A guided interpretation of two works of art in juxtaposition conducted by Matteo Lafranconi, who is in charge of scientific and cultural activities for the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and the Scuderie del Quirinale, and by art historian Ivana Corsetti.
- Sensory pathways
Monday 9 and 23 May and 13 June 2016
for groups of sight-impaired people and groups of people with sight
Three works of art, three touch tables: an aesthetic experience to read, touch and listen to the masterpieces of the great masters of the Renaissance in Parma, for people with both impaired and unimpaired sight.
- Tactile books
Every Tuesday and Thursday (except for public holidays) from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
guided consultation for everyone
We have a growing collection of Italian and foreign tactile books to stimulate the youngest readers into discovering the pleasure of reading and books using all the senses. From the sophisticated books of artists Sophie Curtil and Katsumi Komagata to the soft and floppy first encounters with reading produced by the Zajedno Cooperative, the Italian Federation for the Blind and French publishing house Les doigts qui rêvent (Dreaming Fingers).