An exhibition celebrating 800 years of the University’s history:
The Museum of Education opens the Raccontami una storia libera – 800 anni di storia dell’Università di Padova raccontati dalle scuole exhibition to the public from September 22 to December 9, 2022, unveiling a collection of educational projects created and presented by local primary schools.
The educational projects exhibited include 3D models of research laboratories, the human body, and the Solar System as well as stories, videos, drawings, games, illustrated books and much more. Each project shares the story and work of those who have characterized 800 years of the University of Padua’s history. The exhibition shares the contributions of Galileo Galilei, Milla Baldo Ceolin, Andrea Vesalio, Enrico Bernardi, Antonio Vallisneri, Tullio Levi-Civita and Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia and many more thanks to the creativity and imagination of the 1800 children from Padua who participated in the initiative.
Carried out in classrooms throughout Padua during the 2021-2022 school year, the initiative is part of the Raccontami una storia libera series as promoted in collaboration with the provincial school office.
The exhibition is open by reservation only, during the Education Museum’s opening hours.
For information and reservations: //www.musei.unipd.it/it/educazione/visite