Discover the Educational projects of Gallerie d'Italia

Gallerie d’Italia Academy. The fourth edition of the executive "Management of artistic-cultural heritage and corporate collections" training course

Advanced Training Course

In 2024 Gallerie d’Italia Academy is organising the fourth edition of the executive  "Management of artistic-cultural heritage and corporate collections"  training course with the support of Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo and Fondazione Cariplo, in association with Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura and Digit’Ed, and with scientific assistance from the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali.


Gallerie d’Italia Academy. The third edition of the executive "Management of artistic-cultural heritage and corporate collections" training course

Advanced Training Course. Naples-Florence. The art of creating exhibitions

Gallerie d'Italia Academy launches a new advanced training course in 2023, conceived and produced with Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi and in collaboration with Digit'Ed. The course, shares the working models, professional experiences and practical skills of the two institutions in order to offer an innovative training opportunity focusing on the design, production and management of temporary art exhibitions, capitalising on the expertise of Intesa Sanpaolo's Gallerie d'Italia and Palazzo Strozzi.


The Gallerie d'Italia welcome you with the JUNIOR CARD, an opportunity to share art with youngsters (under 13) and their families, to experience the museum while having fun and discovering the temporary exhibitions and permanent collections.

Come and visit us at the museum, pick up your free Junior Card at the ticket office.


Young people, schools and families: welcome to the museum for everyone

As part of the Progetto Cultura initiative, the Gallerie d’Italia, Intesa Sanpaolo’s museum complex in Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza, have always been commetted to get young people to take an interest in arts, by promoting and organising activities designed to make culture enjoyable and accessible to all, and museums places where individual sensibilities are encouraged to develop.

A place of discovery, growth and inclusion: the Gallerie d’Italia offer children, students and people of any age and from any culture a place that is always open and brimming with things to see and do.

Particular attention is paid to the development of projects to support students with specific disabilities, to make the museum an accessible and welcoming place for all.

Immagini di mano di bambino sporche di tempera

Milan | Learning

Exhibitions specifically designed for schools, families and people with reduced mobility or cognitive and sensory impairments. To make art accessible and enjoyable for everyone.
Immagine di bambini che dipingono

Naples | Learning

The educational activities offered by the Gallerie d’Italia in Naples are designed to meet the needs of schools and associations by presenting the museum as a welcoming, inclusive space.
Immagine di bambino con origami

Turin | Learning

Gallerie d’Italia in Turin is committed to raising awareness of the visual arts among the young through workshops and courses based on an integrated approach that combines cultural content and digital tools, in line with the educational programmes of the European Commission.
Immagine con bambino che dipinge

Vicenza | Learning

A place of discovery, growth and inclusion: at Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza, children, students, people with physical, cognitive or sensory impairments, and foreign nationals, will all find a place in which to explore and discover something new.