#TeleMuseion

“Never more than now has art invited us to embrace our fellow citizens, the unknown and solidarity. Culture, in all its forms, in moments such as these, really does become a necessary commodity. Stay at home, stay with us, follow #TeleMuseion!” In a video message, the director of Museion, Letizia Ragaglia, launches “#TeleMuseion”: a series of initiatives via web and social media, in which Museion will remain virtually close to its publics not only by offering them content to consult but by involving them in on-line activities that anyone can participate in whilst staying at home. Museion remains physically closed due to the current health emergency but is active online with “#TeleMuseion”.

 
27/03/2020

#TeleMuseion #MuseionCalling: Interview with Mercedes Azpilicueta

“…we are not alone, it’s time to become aware of our empathetic potential” Mercedes Azipilicueta #MuseionCalling is underway: a series of short interviews that brings the voice […]
26/03/2020

#TeleMuseion #MuseionCalling: Interview with Ugo La Pietra

“Balconies have now found their own role. A fundamental role for survival that allows us to be outside, to get out of the house and feel […]
13/03/2020

#TeleMuseion, video message from the director Letizia Ragaglia

Stay at home, stay with us, follow #TeleMuseion! Mercedes Azpilicueta – We feel intoxicated I feel intoxicated we feel intoxicated our bodies feel intoxicated our parisian […]
13/03/2020

#TeleMuseion

“Never more than now has art invited us to embrace our fellow citizens, the unknown and solidarity. Culture, in all its forms, in moments such as […]
02/03/2020

Piccolo Museion – CUBO GARUTTI presents Sven Sachsalber

02.03 – 19.04.2020 A bell tower in the middle of a lake and a strenuous endurance test involving rowing around it for twenty-four hours using arm […]