Giuseppe Terragni for children: the Sant’Elia Nursery Schoolfrom 15 Oct 2020 to 15 Oct 2020
New rooms in the Pinacoteca (Art Gallery)Other events Exibition's opening Guided Tour
On Thursday, 15thOctober, two new rooms dedicated to the architect Giuseppe Terragni and his Sant'Elia Nursery School, a masterpiece of rationalist architecture built in the 1930s, will be officially opened in the Pinacoteca.
The discovery of some original furnishingstailored to children in the deposits of the Pinacoteca and the Nursery School, partly built on a design by the same Terragni, lies at the origin of the project.
The curator and the exhibition designer are respectively Roberta Lietti and Paolo Brambilla.
After the opening (by invitation), the new rooms can be visited after 7.30 pm with free admission and guided tours, upon prior reservation.
From 16th October onwards, the rooms inside the permanent itinerary of the Pinacoteca, will be accessible to visitors.
where: Pinacoteca civica, via Diaz 84 - Como
The opening will take place on 15thOctober at 6.00 pm by invitation only.
Afterwards, from 7.30 pm, it will be possible to visit the new rooms, with free admission and guided tours, by registering on eventbrite in one of the following time slots: 7.30 pm - 19.45 - 20.00 (maximum 15 people per group, maximum 2 reservations per person).
7.30pm, 7.45pm and 8.00pm guided tours with booking required