Rivoluzioni di idee: pratiche e metodologie per una didattica attiva
Training for hearing and deaf teachers, educators and museum workers
curated by Senza Titolo

9 September, from 3 pm to 6 pm
#Guided tours

A training session at MACRO with Elena Stradiotto, head of educational projects at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, and the trainers of “Senza Titolo” dedicated to the experimentation of museum didactics practices and methodologies. Participants will experience an “altered” visit: through a series of exercises will be invited to focus on the way they normally observe the works, moving around the exhibition space, and then question it, overturning their point of view and discovering new and unusual ways of interacting with the exhibition and its contents. The “altered” visit is a modality of fruition of the works and habitation of the exhibition space born from the research of the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo’s art cultural mediation staff starting from a rereading of the workbook published by Manifesta.


The training session will be translated into LIS by an art historian specialised in Italian Sign Language with the aim of offering an ever-widening public opportunities to learn about and access the cultural heritage of the city of Rome.


For information please write to info@senzatitolo.net



DEPARTMENT FOR PREVENTIVE EDUCATION – Educational activities at the Museum for Preventive Imagination are conceived as an additional instrument to guide you through the activities of the museum. Through the creation of physical and digital content, MACRO’s educational programme is designed along multiple levels of complexity to make the museum accessible to different audiences.
To avoid reducing the museum to mere hardware, MACRO aims to develop activities within and beyond its physical spaces. To reach this goal, the Department for Preventive Education has been conceived as a software, developing an educational programme geared towards investigation and training in the fields of art and contemporary culture. The programme offers activities for schools and academic institutions, adults, kids and families, through workshops, exhibition tours and talks.
A space and an educational programme will be dedicated to the public involved in dialogue with the themes and languages of the exhibition programme through a non-hierarchical didactic approach that emphasises on the process.
Talks and workshops are held by cultural associations and educational projects in order to encourage an accessible, creative and multidisciplinary experience of art, in addition to the direct involvement of artists and the museum’s staff.
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“SENZA TITOLO” – PROGETTI APERTI ALLA CULTURA is an educational services company born from an experience in museum didactics gained within the MAMbo Educational Department. It realises educational projects aimed at bringing the public closer to the artistic heritage and takes care of projects and initiatives in the fields of publishing, museography, training and communication. Collaborates with cultural and educational institutions, corporations, libraries, private individuals and companies in various Italian cities, devising and realising tailor-made didactic paths for an active knowledge of heritage aimed at different audiences. Since 2017 it has been curating “Scegli il Contemporaneo”, an inter-museum cultural platform that weaves a network of connections between the cultural proposals of the contemporary art scene in Rome, offering the public a transversal reading of the contemporary; since 2019 it has been promoted by Roma Culture as part of Contemporaneamente Roma, Eureka, Estate Romana.

ELENA STRADIOTTO has been in charge of educational projects at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo since 2005. Specialised in Art Pedagogy and Didactics, she has worked as a museum operator at G.A.M. in Bologna and as a trainer at Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. She has taught at the Faculty of Primary Education in Bologna, the Pollini Conservatory in Padova in the two-year experimental course for integration and disability, and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. She is a member and trainer of M.C.E. – Movimento Cooperazione Educativa.