Guided visits, special opening and Fuso-Fuso!!

The educational activities for adults and children are resuming on occasion of the exhibition ‘FontanaArte. House of Glass’

Starting from Saturday 9 April, free guided visits are scheduled every Saturday and Sunday at 3.30 pm in Italian and at 12 noon in English. Guided visits in Italian are scheduled also on Monday 18 and 25 April, at 3.30 pm.

Free guided tours can be booked on any other day, except on Wednesday, at least two days in advance of the requested date.

Furthermore, LE STANZE DEL VETRO will exceptionally be open to the public also on Wednesday 20 April.

Starting from the end of April free guided visits will be available also online every Thursday and Friday at 6 pm, subject to booking two days in advance and for a minimum of 5 participants, thanks to the new virtual tour available on www.lestanzedelvetro.org

The new edition of Fuso-Fuso!!, the meetings with experts on the history and techniques of glassmaking, will resume in May, together with the SUNglassDAYs, the Sunday special appointments for families.

All educational activities are free of charge, curated by Artsystem. Booking is necessary through the toll-free number 800-662477 (Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm) or artsystem@artsystem.it

Please note that in order to access LE STANZE DEL VETRO, visitors from the age of 12 must show their Covid-19 Green Certificate (‘Super Green Pass’).

All the educational activities take place in full compliance with protocols and good practices for the protection of public health in museum environments. The program of activities and participation procedures may change, depending on the development of the Covid-19 health emergency, and will be promptly communicated.

Pietro Chiesa, Boxes, 1939, glass, wood, lacquered brass, various dimensions, private collection. Ph. Enrico Fiorese

Pietro Chiesa, Diamond-patterned Cartoccio Vases, c. 1938, Blue Cartoccio Vase, c. 1938, acid-etched Cartoccio Vase, c. 1940, form-molded plate glass, various dimensions, private collection and Marco Arosio Collection. Ph. Enrico Fiorese

Max Ingrand, Flower vase, c. 1954, colored crystal plate and nickel-plated brass, 7×31 cm, Galleria Michela Cattai. Ph. Enrico Fiorese