Teatro Regio (ROYAL THEATRE)
THE SIGNS OF MUSIC
Discover and experiment with the history of musical notation. An exciting historic itinerary that explores the relationship between symbols and sounds.
MUSEUM OF THE RESISTANCE
WRITING YOUR RIGHTS
A journey through the first examples of written laws to the Italian Constitution, set against the historic backdrop of World War II.
ECOMUSEO DEL FREIDANO
Visit Officina della Scrittura to discover the world of handwriting before continuing your journey to the Ecomuseum where you can work with paper or clay, or investigate the relationship between symbols and the landscape.
MAO MUSEUM OF ORIENTAL ART
SYMBOLS AND DRAWINGS FROM EAST AND WEST
This themed itinerary will take you on a journey from the Orient to the Occident, exploring calligraphic script along the way. The visit begins the MAO’s collection of Oriental art and ends with the fascinating exhibition of the Museum of Writing.
YOWRAS YOUNG WRITERS & STORYTELLERS
WRITING FINDS A VOICE
This event combines the history of writing with the story of reading aloud, exploring techniques and interpretation with individual or group challenges that allow participants to see how the written word becomes the spoken word.
Here you can discover and learn about the world of contemporary art, starting with the Noire Gallery and moving on to the Officina della Scrittura, where you’ll find new ways of looking at the creations of modern artists.
TEATRO DEL BURATTO
WRITE AROUND THE WORLD!
A workshop involving theatrical narrative and fun with the script of different world cultures: from the Arabic alphabet to the Chinese ideogram.
107 SIGNS OF ART
Set in a 1950’s industrial warehouse and a historic 18th-century spinning mill, this is an original way to discover the contemporary symbols of modern art.
A THOUSAND WAYS
A workshop taught with the Bruno Munari® method, which takes a creative approach to design thinking.
MONUMENTAL CEMETERY OF TURIN
ON THE TRAIL OF WRITERS PAST AND PRESENT
This itinerary takes you on a discovery of some of Turin’s best-known literary figures. It’s designed to reveal the visible (and invisible!) signs of their work, and to inspire the new generations.