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Educational activities of Leonardo Museum


  • LABORATORI ONLINE
    Un' esperienza leonardiana direttamente via web!
    Description:
    Il Museo Leonardiano entra virtualmente nelle classi con i LABORATORI ONLINE: esperienze di apprendimento coinvolgenti e interattive che fanno uso di materiali multimediali: immagini, video e animazioni 3D.

    Mediante la piattaforma Google Meet la classe si collega in diretta con l’operatore per lo svolgimento dell’attività. I ragazzi lavorano in tempo reale con un KIT appositamente realizzato e inviato alla scuola al momento della prenotazione. L'attività è adatta ad essere svolta sia in collegamento con la classe che in modalità DAD. L’offerta è differenziata per la scuola primaria e per le scuole secondarie di primo e secondo grado.

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  • Leonardo's gaze
    Educational workshop on Leonardo the artist, scientist and engineer
    Description:
    This workshop suggests stepping into the shoes of Leonardo, who was at the same time an artist, a scientist and an engineer, and to relive his approach to life, and the wonder and interest that everything around him awoke in him.
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  • Leonardo's machines
    Educational workshop with visit to the mechanics section
    Description:
    Children are at the centre of a hands-on experience of taking apart and reconstructing wooden models of some of the most significant technological solutions thought out by Leonardo and other Renaissance figures.
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  • Leonardo's codices
    Guided tour of the Leonardo Library
    Description:
    In over five thousand pages of notes, Leonardo recorded his thoughts, experiments and designs, but also personal anecdotes,oddments and reflections made throughout the course of his life.
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  • Leonardo the painter
    Educational workshop on Leonardo the artist
    Description:

    This lesson focuses, through the use of images, on the artistic development of Leonardo and his works as a painter, starting from when, in the late 1460s, he began working at Andrea del Verrocchio’s workshop in Florence

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  • With a flutter of wings
    Educational flight workshop
    Description:
    The activity, designed for younger children, has as its theme the air and the flight of birds.
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  • Leonardo's world
    Animated visit to the Museo Leonardiano
    Description:
    Who was Leonardo? What were his thoughts, his great passions? A journey back in time to get to know the world of this great all-round ingenious artist through the machines on display at the Museo Leonardiano.
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  • Leonardo and the anatomy
    Educational workshop with visit to the anatomy section
    Description:

    “Neccessaria cosa è al pittore per essere buon membrificatore nell'attitudine e gesti che far si possono per i nudi, di sapere la notomia de' nervi, ossi, muscoli e lacerti  [...]"

    Così Leonardo spiega ai futuri artisti come rappresentare fedelmente il corpo umano in pittura attraverso l'osservazione diretta e la pratica delle dissezioni.

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  • Reverse writing
    Educational workshop on Leonardo's codices
    Description:
    “Scrivese ancora alla rovescia e mancina che non si possono legere se non con spechio”. Così Luca Pacioli descrive la particolare scrittura dell'amico Leonardo, scrittura orientata da destra a sinistra propria di chi usa la mano mancina. Con questa inconfondibile grafia Leonardò riempì le pagine dei suoi taccuini sui quali registrò pensieri, ricerche progetti ma anche fatti personali, curiosìta di un'intera vita.
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  • Representing the human body
    Visit and study of the anatomy section of the Museum
    Description:
    After a visit to the anatomy section documenting Leonardo's studies of the human body, the participants tackle the subject of the iconographic representation of the human body in the Renaissance.
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  • As water, so is the air
    Workshop on the swirling movements of natural elements
    Description:
    Water was the subject of numerous observations by Leonardo. The scientist studied its properties, power and movements and came up with a brilliant intuition: water and air are similar!
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  • Leonardo da Vinci scientist and engeneer.
    Guided visit of the Leonardo Museum
    Description:
    The Museum route starts in Palazzina Uzielli, with the exhibition sections devoted to building-site machinery, textile manufacturing machinery, mechanical clocks and continues on the first floor with the section dedicated to Leonardo's studies on the human body and to that reserved for mechanical elements that Leonardo studied with a approach very similar to the one he adopted to understand the functioning of the human body.
    The models on show are accompanied by apictorial history taken from paintings and manuscripts of the time, while animated digital reconstructions and interactive applications help the visitor to better understand how they work. 
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  • The origin of the Genius.
    Guided tour of the house in Anchiano where Leonardo was born
    Description:
    Surrounded by the Montalbano hundred-year-old olive trees, in a landscape suspended in time, still very similar to the one Leonardo knew, Leonardo’s house in Anchiano is the symbol of the close relationship he had with his hometown. In this coutryhouse, still displaying the original coat of arms of the Da Vinci family, Leonardo was born on April 15th, 1452, love child of Ser Piero da Vinci and Caterina.
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  • Vinci, Leonardo's home town.
    Guided tour around the historic centre of Vinci
    Description:
    The visit starts from the original nucleus of the settlement, the Conti Guidi Castle, where still today one can easily distinguish its walled enclosure and tall central tower without any openings, and within the walls the two main buildings which were built later, east and north of the tower.
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  • Walking in Leonardo's footsteps.
    Guided tour to the house in Anchiano where he was born via a walk along the ‘strada verde’ (green route)
    Description:
    Between Anchiano and Vinci  there is an old path called ‘the green route’ which winds its way for about 2 km through the wonderful Tuscan countryside, amidst the terraces of olive trees typical of the  Montalbano hills, and which can be walked at a completely relaxed pace in about 30 minutes.
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