at Campo di Marte
Bilingual guided tour – in Italian and in Italian Sign Language – addressed to both the hearing and the deaf, organized in collaboration with the Laboratorio d’Arte of Palazzo delle Esposizioni and the ENS-Ente Nazione Sordi.
You can visit an exhibition by entrusting the act of listening to your hands. Just change your point of view and look at reality through new eyes! Take part in the various planned events aimed at discovering how fascinating and expressive sign language is, silent and talkative at the same time. Enjoy learning a few words in Italian Sign Language and experiment with this different mode of communication.
Silent Dialogues is an art workshop project born in 2015 to bring everyone closer to culture in its most varied forms. During visits and workshops, Italian Sign Language is used not only as a mere translation and tool for accessibility, but as an original education and mediation language for all audiences, adults, children, hearing and the deaf.
The visit to the exhibition will last approximately 60 minutes.
The activity is free but reservations are required.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a maximum of 7 participants are permitted.
To book the activity please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to book your free entrance to the museum as well.
NB: The date of the activity may be subject to changes due to the measures taken by the government in response to the ongoing Covid-19 health emergency.