In compliance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of 3 December 2020, the suspension of the opening service to the public of all the museums of the Bologna Museums Institution is extended until 15 January 2021 , except for further government provisions. Up to the same date, all in-person events scheduled in the same museums are suspended.
The proposal of cultural contents that the very rich collections of the Institution offer therefore continues to project itself into the digital environment as in a square in which to meet, exchange information and experiences to live, play, learn about.
Monday 14 December, Tuesday 15, Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 December
various times: “takeaway” workshop
“MAMbo takeaway. Workshops dedicated to the New Bread Oven ”
The museum is closed and you have an irrepressible desire for art? The MAMbo Educational Department is also take away. Directly to your home, a laboratory to design spaces and experiences to live in a possible new museum.
From 14 December you can come to MAMbo and collect the kit, for yourself or to give it to your friends. Inside the package you will find an invitation to participate in an online activity on Sunday 20 December and all the necessary materials.
To request the Kit and arrange for collection, write to email@example.com. Collection takes place at MAMbo, via Don Minzoni 14, on the following days and times: Monday 14 December,
9-14 hours; Tuesday 15 December, 13-17; Wednesday 16 December, 9 am-4pm; Thursday 17 December, 9 am-2pm.
Saturday 12 December
at 4 pm: online meeting
“Let’s dress in fashion … of Greeks and Romans!”
The Archaeological Museum offers an on-line meeting for children aged 8 to 11 by ASTER. How were the strange garments that we see worn by the ancients in statues, vases or other artifacts made? The boys will be invited to really put themselves “in the shoes” of Greeks and Romans trying to make simple costumes inspired by classic fashion. Reservations required starting from the Monday before the initiative, you can book exclusively online. Subscribers will receive the link to log in once they have completed their registration. The meeting takes place on the Zoom platform.
4.30 pm: on-line laboratory
“The Museum from home: From thread to fabric”
Live from the halls of the Industrial Heritage Museum, an on-line laboratory is proposed for children aged 6 to 8. Between the 15th and 18th centuries, Bologna became famous throughout Europe for its silk yarns and veils. An entire section of the Industrial Heritage Museum explores the history and technology linked to the processing of this precious fabric with working models, plastic models, films and interactive stations. Taking a cue from this, during the connection the boys, guided by the museum operator, will carry out simple practical tests and build a small loom with recycled materials to reconstruct the different stages of silk processing and discover how a very thin thread is obtained fabric! Reservations required (until 1 pm on Friday 11 December) at 051 6356611 or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Wednesday 16 December
16-18.30: art phone calls for children “Tales on the phone – MAMbo tells itself …”
On the occasion of the centenary of Gianni Rodari’s birth, the MAMbo Educational Department pays tribute to the famous “Tales on the phone”, waiting every Wednesday , from 4 to 6.30 pm, your call to tell you curious stories inspired by the works and artists of the museum’s collections. A unique and fun opportunity to feel closer to the Museum for five minutes. Every Wednesday a different story. For children from 4 to 11 years. The call must be arranged within the previous day by writing to email@example.com .
Friday 11 December
at 6 pm: on-line meeting
“New Forno del Pane Public Program: meeting with Lisa Robertson”
The Nuovo Forno del Pane presents the third appointment of the public program conceived by the artists of the new production center of MAMbo in operation until December 2020. The meetings are structured as a self-training program conceived by the artists and offered to the city of Bologna. By placing the community of the Nuovo Forno del Pane at the center of the investigation on the most relevant and urgent problems of the contemporary world, the public program is designed to provide an idea of the interests and researches that are developing in these months of work. The appointments include the involvement of artists, writers, musicians, directors and poets hosted both in presence with limited access, and on the web through virtual meetings open to all. The meeting on Friday 11 December, which takes place online on Google Meet, stars Lisa Robertson and starts with her novel “The Baudelaire Fractal” (Coach House Press, 2020). Starting from the reading of the chapter “Drunk”, translated into Italian for the occasion and of which an extract will be published in the catalog of the Nuovo Forno del Pane to be released in February, the author will accompany us to discover the story of Hazel Brown, a young woman protagonist of the novel. The book, defined by Allison Grimaldi Donahue – writer and translator guest of the Nuovo Forno del Pane – as a “novel by a poet, or even a novel made up of prose poems”, tells the story of Hazel Brown, a woman who wakes up one morning in a hotel room discovering that he had written the complete works of Charles Baudelaire. The protagonist moves through a world of textures and perfumes, thanks to a writing that takes on a tangible form, showing how language can be transformed into a tool for the creation of one’s individuality.
Saturday 12 December
at 4 pm: radio streaming
“Radio Sowcase. Space Pony ”
The pandemic and the new restrictions make the need to find new forms of dissemination of art and culture ever more urgent, lacking the social and enlarged dimension for live staging. At a time when live music is dramatically pending, the radio can cancel the distances with the whole connected world, creating a new dimension of listening and enjoying sound. This is why NEU RADIO has created Radio Showcase, the series of mini live streaming sessions conceived to present newly released albums, spreading quality independent music with an international profile to the world. The radio event will be broadcast by the NEU RADIO studios set up inside the MAMbo, as an integral part of the activities of the Nuovo Forno del Pane: the museum space opens up even more to the city, transformed into a laboratory for the production of art and diffusion of music and culture also thanks to the power of the radio. For the third of the radio showcases, Saturday 12 December at 4 pm, the protagonists are the Space Pony, who will present their latest album and play a special set for the occasion.
5.30 pm: online meeting
“Prehistory in your hands”
The Archaeological Museum offers an online meeting for adults organized by ASTER. The story of the most remote past of our territory through the exhibits of the museum, which open a glimpse of landscapes, men, animals, technologies, rituals and knowledge as distant as they are extraordinarily modern. Reservations required starting from the Monday before the initiative, you can book exclusively online. Subscribers will receive the link to log in once they have completed their registration. The meeting takes place on the Zoom platform.
Tuesday 15 December
at 5.30 pm: online meeting
“The gift of Dionysus: Wine between myths and archaeological sources”
The Archaeological Museum offers an online meeting for the adult public by ASTER. We will talk about how wine was produced and traded, the rules and opportunities for its con5 sumo and the meanings it brought with it. Finally we will discover one of the recipes with which it was prepared and served during the symposia. Reservations required starting from the Monday before the initiative, you can book exclusively online. Subscribers will receive the link to log in once they have completed their registration. The meeting takes place on the Zoom platform.
8 pm: Facebook page Civic Museum of the Risorgimento – Certosa di Bologna
“The History #aportechiuse with Ilaria Chia”
With Ilaria Chia (journalist and art historian) live on Facebook on the Civic Museum of the Risorgimento – Certosa di Bologna: www.facebook. com / museorisorgimentobologna / with an article on “The landscape in the Bolognese nineteenth century”. “La Storia #aportechiuse” proposes a schedule of Facebook live shows that alternate different voices to share art and history together, opportunities to spend a few minutes in company and offer ideas to learn more about events, people, works of art from home. our country. At the end of each live broadcast, users can talk to the author of the video contribution in the comments on the video itself. Texts, documents and in-depth videos are indicated by specific posts.
The project is carried out by the Civic Museum of the Risorgimento in collaboration with 8cento APS, the Didasco Association and the Amici della Certosa di Bologna Association.