On Saturday, May 28 (3:45 p.m.) we will be online on the social facebook and youtube channels of the Two Worlds Theater to present at the conference “Through the arts: education and the future” the story of our workshop “Playing with Ceramics” which was born in 1977 thanks to the involvement of Bruno Munari.
Dozens of Italian and European entities will take part from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the conference between arts, education and the future of the Two Worlds Theater. The meeting is proposed at the conclusion of the European Project TOTO – Teachers of tomorrow. In the footsteps of Don Lorenzo Milani, Danilo Dolci, Gianni Rodari, Bruno Munari, Mario Lodi, Loris Malaguzzi and Alexander Langer, co-funded by the European Union’s Erasmus+ program. The project over the past three years has networked the ITT of Tralee in Ireland, the Fazio-Allmeyer Foundation in Palermo, the Teatro Due Mondi in Faenza, the Adult Education Center VHS Simmering in Vienna and the VHS Pforzheim-Enzkreis in Germany (project leader).
TOTO was aimed at an international group of teachers and trainers from the partner countries working with people of different ages, geographical origins and socioeconomic status. The conference is open free of charge to all interested persons.
On Saturday, May 28, more than forty Italian and European artists, scholars and scholars, cultural workers and practitioners, moderated by theater, dance and visual arts critic and scholar Michele Pascarella, will begin to form a first broad, protean observatory on practices and knowledge around the multiple relationships between the arts, education and the future.
It will be a moment of discussion and exchange on the richness and variety of experiences born from the encounter between arts and pedagogies, from the historic adventures of Don Lorenzo Milani, Danilo Dolci, Gianni Rodari, Bruno Munari, Mario Lodi, Loris Malaguzzi and Alexander Langer to the many, exciting paths taken in recent years.