During the exhibition Una Galleria, Tante Collezioni (One Gallery, Many Collections), GAMeC provides a full calendar of activities for all audiences, including visits, workshops, and accessible tours under the theme of creation and participation.

Every day, our cultural mediators are available to provide opportunities to learn more about the works and artists on display, as well as to foster reflection and debate of contemporary languages through discourse.

All activities are free, but reservations are required; admission varies by category.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday, April 20, 3:00 p.m.
TACTILE VISIT
Visit for adults
In collaboration with the Unione Italiana Ciechi e Ipovedenti

An itinerary specially designed for visitors with visual impairments, but open to all and led by blind museum mediators. The visit, designed to overcome sensory and communication barriers, develops among the works of the GAMeC Collections exploring different languages and artistic techniques through a new approach.

Free activity (Italian language); reservation required
biglietteria@gamec.it

Sunday, April 21, 10:30 a.m.
DOMENICA AL MUSEO
FOCUS ON…ABSTRACTIONS

Guided tour for families with children aged 6-11

In what ways is it possible to give form to one’s feelings and sensations? This visit will take you on an exploration of works by artists who have expressed their inner world with lines, colors and shapes, beyond the reality that surrounds us.

Free activity (Italian language); reservation required
biglietteria@gamec.it

LET’S TALK
Insights into the Collections by GAMeC cultural mediators

Saturday, April 27
Sunday, April 28

10:30 a.m. / Giorgio de Chirico and the Spajani Collection

11:30 a.m. / Alberto Burri and the Stucchi Collection

4:00 p.m. / Tomás Saraceno and the new acquisitions

5:00 p.m. / Enrico Castellani and the confiscated collection

Free activity (Italian language)
For information: biglietteria@gamec.it

Sunday, May 5, 10:30 a.m.
BABY ART TOUR
FOCUS ON…MOVEMENTS, LIGHTS, COLORS

Guided tour for families with children aged 2-5

A tour to explore GAMeC’s sculptures, paintings and installations through the body, focusing on the poses, shapes, lights and colors that characterize the museum’s artworks.

Free activity (Italian language)
Reduced admission for adults; free admission for children
Reservation required
biglietteria@gamec.it


SFOGHI
Workshops for adults

A new cycle of SFOGHI, the experiential workshops designed for a small group of adults interested in discovering the museum as a space in which to experiment and value their creativity, is starting again.
Clara Luiselli, museum educator at GAMeC, will accompany participants to discover Una Galleria, Tante Collezioni with a focus on some of the works on display.

Friday, April 12, 4:45 p.m.
Chiara Bersani, Deserters

The individual and collective body will inhabit the space dedicated to Chiara Bersani’s installation, experimenting with relational practices that touch the spheres of vulnerability, interdependence, proximity, and horizontality as an unprecedented opportunity to look at the world.

Workshop dedicated to performance and body work
The activity is open to everyone, with a predisposition to group work

Wednesday, April 17, 4:45 p.m.
Collecting

A walk through the museum to discover the works of Una Galleria, Tante Collezioni, and then step into the shoes of a collector and imagine building a collection of your own. A new way to tell about oneself, to talk about part of the road traveled and the road one would like to take.

Monday, April 22, 4:45 p.m.
Tomás Saraceno, Flying-Garden/Air-Port-City/32SW/Iridescent

This meeting focuses on some of the countless themes that Tomás Saraceno’s work suggests: volumes in suspension, trajectories, architectures of the future, iridescent, kaleidoscopic places, new visions of possible worlds.

Single workshop: € 10.00
3 workshops: € 25.00
Free admission

Reservation required
servizieducativi@gamec.it

Payment must be made within 5 days of the workshop date by bank transfer or at the museum box office during opening hours