Menzione speciale al Premio Gianluca Spina per il podcast Enzo Mari spiegato ai bambini

02 2021

Menzione speciale al Premio Gianluca Spina per il podcast Enzo Mari spiegato ai bambini

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La serie podcast Enzo Mari spiegato ai bambini prodotta da Triennale Milano ha ricevuto una menzione speciale al Premio Gianluca Spina per l’Innovazione Digitale nei Beni e Attività Culturali

Per il quarto anno consecutivo l’Osservatorio Innovazione Digitale nei Beni e Attività Culturali del Politecnico di Milano assegna il Premio Gianluca Spina per l’Innovazione Digitale nei Beni e Attività Culturali alle istituzioni culturali italiane che hanno realizzato progetti di innovazione digitale particolarmente significativi nei processi interni o nell’offerta al pubblico.

Nell’edizione di quest’anno, di cui si è svolta oggi la premiazione, Triennale Milano ha ricevuto una menzione speciale per la serie podcast Enzo Mari spiegato ai bambini, consigliata per bambini dai 6 agli 11 anni che propone un affascinante viaggio nella mostra Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli.

La serie - curata da Umberto Angelini, Direttore artistico di Triennale Milano Teatro, Damiano Gullì, Head Curator del Public Program di Triennale Milano, e Marco Sammicheli, Sovrintendente del Museo del Design Italiano di Triennale Milano - è parte del progetto Ascoltare il design, che racconta in modo nuovo le mostre e la collezione permanente di Triennale. Un format che permette di esplorare il dialogo tra design e teatro in ambito digitale.

Da tempo Triennale Milano sta lavorando a diversi approfondimenti sulla sua programmazione attraverso il formato podcast. Nel 2019 ha prodotto Architecture & Anthropocene, prima serie podcast realizzata da una istituzione italiana, nel 2020 Enzo Mari Costellazione, curata da Alice Rawsthorn e Hans Ulrich Obrist, e nel 2021 Enzo Mari spiegato ai bambini e From the Moon, realizzata da David Plaisant e dedicata ai temi della 23a Esposizione Internazionale.

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