Schools and projects for vulnerable persons

The “Playing with ceramics” workshop at the MIC was inspired by the teachings of Bruno Munari in the late 1970s. In our workshop courses, playing is the starting point for exploring the technique and history of ceramics, developing manual skills and letting your imagination run wild.

To schools of all levels – from kindergarten to high school and university – we offer a multidisciplinary approach: guided tours, workshops, etc..

to learn the history and technique of ceramics and make connections with other disciplines, with the possibility, upon request, to do the workshops directly in the classroom with one of our operators.

Our workshop is available to the community to design personalised pathways and activities for people with fragility.

Entrance free up to 14 years | entrance 3 € over 15 years | workshop 6 € | guided tour 50 €


Laboratory Story
“Playing with ceramics”

The workshop was conceived by the past Director Gian Carlo Bojani, who decided to entrust it to Bruno Munari, mindful of the experience he had seen at the Pinacoteca di Brera in the spring of 1977. Based on the experimental idea of the well-known designer, an innovative teaching method applied to ceramics was born.


Primary school

secondary school of first level

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