The Carlo Zauli Museum enters high schools with Arte Superiore.

Arte Superiore is a project of the Carlo Zauli Museum, in collaboration with Artbreakers, conceived for high school classes and adolescents, with a strongly didactic and formative attitude, in a vision of networking and shared cultural planning.

The serious detachment of the new generations from art is combined with the widespread exclusion of the adolescent niche from traditional museum strategies, which are generally polarised towards the world of adults and children. The project also wants to be a test-bed for a potential audience to be addressed in new ways.

It unravels in classroom meetings aimed at the acquisition of new skills and the training of students in a field, that of contemporary art, little addressed within the school curriculum. The educational moments are divided into a first theoretical part, with frontal lessons, aimed, on the one hand, at the acquisition by the students of knowledge about contemporary art, providing them with the tools to understand and comprehend it, and, on the other, practical skills to be able to organise and plan a cultural event at every stage. The second part provides a practical moment, where students, having acquired the necessary basics and knowledge, are called upon to design an exhibition event in each of its phases: from organisation to communication and practical realisation.

The project can be modulated according to the needs of the class but in any case is aimed at the same objectives - to enhance artistic enjoyment through a new ability to understand contemporary languages - to familiarise the new generations with the history of contemporary art - to provide the necessary tools to be able to design, organise and communicate a cultural event - to stimulate group dynamics, the assignment of roles and responsibilities with respect to a goal

Knowledge comes through repeated and direct frequentation and observation of the work and sometimes of its author.

Bruno CorĂ 
For more information contact the Administration Office.
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