"NIKE Museum Project"

 

“Nike Museum Project” has been written to give to the  people (adults and children) the base of the knowledge  of the best Italian Museums. The direct relationship between school and museum, between groups of visitors and museum, between citizens and the museum was very important in order to raise the awareness to the importance of the collections of Italian museums. Nike” has been a project that aimed to understand the art Italian Museums. In this educational program, we have analyzed the basic differences between the Italian museum , in order to understand the real potential value of a collective of art collections in the  Italian museums. We also created a program to visit the museum is aimed at families that schools section for the children with educational projects, both groups of people or foreign visiting museums  and Italian cities. Museums that have been visited were:

-The Vatican Museums
-The Doge's Palace in Venice
-The Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
-The Maritime Museum of Genoa "Galata"
-The Pinacoteca di Brera
-The Capitoline Museums.

- Vatican Museums (with three lectures on the collections of the Vatican Museums) carried out in public schools and libraries in Italian;
- The Museum of Palazzo Ducale in Venice (open to the public since 1923 has hosted in its thousand-year history in addition to the rooms of the Doge, the Government of the Republic of Venice), with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian;

Three Florentine museums:
 - The Uffizi Gallery in Florence,
 - The Bargello Museum and
 - The Accademia Gallery.
with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian;

- The impressive Museum of Egyptian Antiquities in Turin,
founded in 1824, with more than 30.00 works from the Paleolithic era Coptic,
with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian;

- The Borghese Gallery in Rome and the eighth Galata,
“Museo del Mare” in Genoa, the largest museum devoted to this subject in the Mediterranean basin, with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian;

- The Archaeological Museum of Naples, with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian;

-The Quirinal Stables in Rome, with three lectures on the collections of the Museum carried out in schools and public libraries and libraries in Italian.