“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.”
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.