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Exhibitions

“The exhibitions mirror the experience from which they arose and in which they are rooted, but at the same time they show what is real, by way of the possible and the desirable.”

Loris Malaguzzi

 

Our exhibitions, some translated into different languages, document the learning processes of children and teachers, and they aspire to be a forum for discussion, a sort of “democratic piazza”, a public place for promoting and discussing a new idea of childhood, education, and knowledge.

 

The design of the exhibitions and ateliers is interwoven with Reggio Children’s publishing activity.

 

Contributing to the dissemination and knowledge of the Reggio Emilia Approach throughout the world, the exhibitions aim to affirm the vital right to education and learning, to recognize the “hundred languages” as extraordinary potentials of all children, and of human beings in general, and to promote an idea of participated education.

 

All this as an impetus toward the construction of a new idea and a new experience of citizenship.

 

Exhibitions news

The Wonder of Learning in Toronto

The Wonder of Learning opened in Toronto, Canada, on June 23. The Exhibition will be hosted by The Ontario Reggio Association until November 13, 2016.

Study group fall 2016

It is available online the study group calendar fall 2016

Mosaic of Graphics, Words, Material

To understand better the interweaving of Graphics, Words, Material.

Bordercrossings Encounters with living things/ Digital landscapes

"Bordercrossing" is imagining a digital poetic, researching into how new media involve children and adults.

Mosaic of Marks, Words, Material

To understand better the interweaving of Marks, Words, Material.

The Wonder of Learning

A traveling exhibition in continuity with the preceding one, The Hundred Languages of Children. Along with ateliers, the exhibition aims to reconfirm the values at the heart of the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy and to tell of the changes and evolutions that have taken place.

One City, Many Children

The story of the experience of the Municipal Infant-toddler Centres and Preschools of Reggio Emilia, viewed in the wider context of Italian history and culture, with a guiding thread that follows world history.

Ray of Light
Interactive Exhibition

An itinerant structure deriving from the experience of the Ray of Light Atelier at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre. A context where exploration and investigation on light and its phenomena are accompanied by documentation of a number of projects.

The Secrets of Paper

A display of paper’s materiality, the vital force of its transformations, evocations and performance, in which infant-toddler centre and preschool children are authors and protagonists.

Archivio mostre

The Hundred Languages
of Children

For over twenty-five years (1981-2008), the traveling exhibition The Hundred Languages of Children introduced the educational experience of Reggio Emilia to thousands of visitors worldwide.

Faded Beauties
by Karin Furness

The poetics of Swedish artist Karin Furness express a particular aspect of the identity of the Nordic people, in a sensitive empathy with nature. Alongside the exhibitions there will be an atelier space

Graphic Traces of the Children in the City

On November 12, 2011 the infant-toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia displayed significant traces of the children’s creativity in 38 sites around the town. The works created are now presented in an exhibition at the Loris Malguzzi Centre

For a Scaffolding

An installation on the theme of desires and wishes designed by preschool and primary school children for the panels installed to protect the renovation works being carried out on the covered market of Reggio Emilia.

A Colour Trilogy
On the photographic language of children

The various exhibitions organized within the sphere of the Fotografia Europea international photography festival bear witness to children’s strategies in exploring the language of photography. The 2011 edition featured an exhibition-atelier by children aged 3 to 14 dedicated to the colors of the Italian flag on the 150th anniversary of Italian Unification.

Enchanted Worlds
On the photographic language of children

The various exhibitions organized within the sphere of the Fotografia Europea international photography festival bear witness to children’s strategies in exploring the language of photography. In the 2010 edition, children from 14 schools in 12 different countries interpreted the theme of “enchantment”

The Times of Time
On the photographic language of children

The various exhibitions organized within the sphere of the Fotografia Europea international photography festival bear witness to children’s strategies in exploring the language of photography. The time of friendship, of boredom, of fear, of hurry, documented with photographs taken by the preschool and primary school children.

The Mysterious Glance of Children on the City
On the photographic language of children

The various exhibitions organized within the sphere of the Fotografia Europea international photography festival bear witness to children’s strategies in exploring the language of photography. In 2008 children between 2 and 10 years old tell, through their own photos, the identity of some places in the city of Reggio Emilia

1981 - 2008
Ariadne's Thread

Projects carried out in the Municipal Infant-toddler Centers and Preschools of Reggio Emilia, selected from various exhibitions shown between 1981 and 2008. Displayed in their original structure and integrated with further commentary.

Dialogues with Places

The children explored the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre while the construction work was still in progress and chose a particular space for which they would design a work of art as a gift.

The Human Figure Multiplied
On the photographic language of children

This enquiry explores the extent to which interweaving languages (drawing, clay, photography) may change children’s traditional representation processes on the human figure and inform the creative process.

A school as
a learning community

Exhibition of the projects participating in the competition for the enlargement of the School at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre

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