On Sunday, October 10, Galleria Borghese will participate in the ninth edition of the Biennale Arteinsieme – culture and cultures without barriers, promoted by the Museo Statale Tattile Omero of Ancona with the aim of promoting social inclusion through the many possibilities offered by art.
The museum’s project revolves around two tactile maps – located in the external areas of the museum – at the center of a dual-language itinerary, in Italian and LIS (Italian Sign Language) dedicated to the personality of Cardinal Scipione Borghese, nephew of Pope Paul V. A route that will unfold outside the Casino Nobile, telling the story of the Cardinal’s passions, through the history of the places, thanks to archival materials and the testimony of travelers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
All together in the name of Scipione Borghese – art, nature and architecture, is the title of the itinerary, which is designed as a periodic opportunity to meet between different types of public to actively enhance the cultural heritage as well as promoting sensibility to diversity.
The initiative is free of charge, it will be only in Italian on Sunday, October 10 from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and 25 hearing-impaired and hearing people can participate together.
The Biennale Arteinsieme has been promoting for more than ten years the valorization of the contemporary artistic heritage, the accessibility of art and cultural heritage, the enrichment of the aesthetic experience through a multisensory approach to art, the respect and knowledge of diversity and cultures, spreading the message of the Museo Omero on an international level and promoting the opening of cultural venues to all, in the belief of the strong social power of art, which is experienced and lived together.
For information and reservations: ga-bor.