Libraries in Bologna: events for children and teenagers

BOLOGNA – EVENTS FOR CHILDREN AND BOYS

Thursday, July 21st

10:00: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Robot Social Club. The intensive robot course is divided into 3 mornings of 3 hours each. Each meeting will be dedicated to the exploration of a topic between Robotics and Computational Thinking, Chatbot and Social Robotics. Each lesson includes a strong workshop component that alternates with short explanations to contextualize the activity.

14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Virtual reality and architecture with Minecraft. Activities for girls and boys aged 11 to 16 years. Minecraft is a place where you dig (mine) and build (craft) with different types of 3D blocks, within a digital world consisting of different types of terrain and habitats for you to explore. In this game’s virtual and colorful world, the sun rises and sets, materials are collected and settings and units are built.

14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Weather lab. Let’s build a weather station with Arduino! For boys and girls aged 11 to 16.
Path to design and construction of a weather station: using the Arduino board with humidity and temperature sensors, a small weather station can be built, which connected in the cloud with a graphical interface (for example Blynk) will be able to deliver data on the external environment.
The station structure will be modeled by girls and boys and subsequently 3D printed; it will also be possible to use recycled materials to be integrated into the structure.

18:00: Il Pilastro neighborhood house, via Dino Campana, 4
Topiopì. Animated reading from the book by Andrea Camilleri. Within the review of Fanteatro The mystery of the bookstoresa detective-literary study in the length and breadth of the city’s districts.

Monday, July 25

18.00: Jerzy Popiełuszko Garden, Via del Carroccio, 6 Bologna
Three little owls. Animated reading from the book by Martin Waddell. Within the review of Fanteatro The mystery of the bookstoresa detective-literary study in the length and breadth of the city’s districts.

18.00: Khaoula House Library
Bjørn has a story to tell. Animated reading from the PC Stead book. Within the review of Fanteatro The mystery of the bookstoresa detective-literary study in the length and breadth of the city’s districts.

Tuesday, July 26

14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Weather lab. Let’s build a weather station with Arduino! For boys and girls aged 11 to 16.
Path to design and construction of a weather station: using the Arduino board with humidity and temperature sensors, a small weather station can be built, which connected in the cloud with a graphical interface (for example Blynk) will be able to deliver data on the external environment.
The station structure will be modeled by girls and boys and subsequently 3D printed; it will also be possible to use recycled materials to be integrated into the structure.

14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Game design. A board game set in vicolo Bolognetti, for girls and boys aged 11 to 16. In product and service innovation is Design thinking it is configured as a design model aimed at solving complex problems through creative vision and leadership. Participants will be accompanied in the creation of a thematic game that can increase sensitivity to the environment, social inclusion and artistic-cultural heritage. Through 3D modeling software and numerical control machines, the game will be designed and then built as planned.

17.00: Jorge Luis Borges Library
Stories under the trees. Readings for girls and boys aged 4 to 8 years in the green area in front of the Library.
Curated by Biblioteca JL Borges in collaboration with CoopCulture.
Free entry subject to availability. In case of bad weather, the readings take place in the library.
For information call 0512197770 or write to bibliotecaborges@comune.bologna.it

18.00: Park Lennon Garden, Via del Lavoro
stick. Animated reading from Julia Donaldson’s book. Within the review of Fanteatro The mystery of the bookstoresa detective-literary study in the length and breadth of the city’s districts.

Wednesday 27 July
14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Weather lab. Let’s build a weather station with Arduino! For boys and girls aged 11 to 16.
Path to design and construction of a weather station: using the Arduino board with humidity and temperature sensors, a small weather station can be built, which connected in the cloud with a graphical interface (for example Blynk) will be able to deliver data on the external environment.
The station structure will be modeled by girls and boys and subsequently 3D printed; it will also be possible to use recycled materials to be integrated into the structure.

14.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
Educational robotics: transform your robot. Workshop for girls and boys aged 11 to 16 years. Participants will have the opportunity to build educational robots with Lego SPIKE kits, designed to promote experience in learning environments where it is possible to combine science and technology, theory and laboratory, individual investigation and cooperative investigation.

17.30: Salaborsa Lab Roberto Ruffilli
My avatar – 3D modeling and printing. During the workshop, modeling and 3D printing will be used in a narrative key to develop a story about oneself through a real 3D avatar. Participants will be able to express and narrate themselves in an unusual way and develop an external eye through which they can observe themselves. Parents, brothers, sisters and relatives will also be able to participate in the workshop, physically or virtually, to give life to entire families of Avatars.

6:00 p.m.: Casa del Gufo neighborhood house, Via Luigi Longo, 12
The vain tree. Animated reading from Nicoletta Costa’s book. Within the review of Fanteatro The mystery of the bookstoresa detective-literary study in the length and breadth of the city’s districts.

AGREEMENT ON THE READING OF BOLOGNA
Meetings, books, readings, reading places, reading groups
Wednesday 27 July
19.00: Greenhouses in Margherita Gardens
Out of Law (re) presents Keller Editore. The fourth stage of the mini-format suggested talking about the profession as an independent publisher.

19.00: Piazza Lucio Dalla.
Sport and homophobia. Presentation of the book by Carlo Scovino, introduction by Gianluca Tizi, published by Rogas edizioni, 2022.
Roberta Li Calzi, councilor for sports in the municipality of Bologna and Paolo Zagatti, president of Bugs Bologna, a sports association dealing with anti-discrimination in sports, talk to the author. Books sales point of Librerie.coop Ambasciatori. DiMondi Festival, as part of BolognaEstate 2022.

EXHIBITIONS

Until August 27: Archiginnasio Library – Ambulacro dei Legisti
From poet to poet. Correspondence Pier Paolo Pasolini – Roberto Roversi
Admission: free without reservation
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-7pm; Saturday 9-18; closed Sunday. August: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; closed on Sundays; August 15: 10 a.m.-2 p.m
Exhibition, curated by Antonio Bagnoli, dedicated to the correspondence between the two great intellectuals in the years when they collaborated on the editing of the magazine “Officina”. On display will be original letters and postcards sent by Pasolini to Roversi and several handwritten notes to letters that Roversi sent to Pasolini, as well as typographic proofs documenting the birth of the magazine, also from a graphic point of view.

Until September 3: Salaborsa Library – Covered space
Renato Casaro. The last protagonist of the Italian school of cinema painters.
Admission: free without reservation
Hours: Monday 2.30-8pm; Tuesday-Friday 10-20; Saturday 10-19; closed Sunday. August: Monday-Friday 14-19; Saturday and Sunday closed
The summer agreement has been renewed with the exhibition linked to the Ritrovato Film Festival of the original posters that have written the history of the film. This year the tribute is dedicated to Renato Casaro (Treviso, 1935), the last protagonist of the greatest season of cinema poster designers. A brilliant artist known for his talent, authentic passion and high professionalism, who, in an innovative and increasingly essential way, has been able to translate numerous masterpieces of national and international cinema into an iconic image that catches the attention of the greatest Italian directors and foreigners. Among the exhibited originals, drawn from the collections of the Cineteca di Bologna, are some posters from Maurizio Baroni’s private collection, to which we owe the great merit of having rediscovered and brought to light the history and artistic career of the great painters. of Italian cinema. Renato Casaro presents his catalog on June 29 at 19 on Piazzetta Pier Paolo Pasolini.

Until September 30: Salaborsa Lab
3 Horizons
Admission: free without reservation
Opening hours: Tuesday-Thursday 13-19
3Orizzonti is a journey that entertains and inspires the public to reflect on the relationship between man and nature, technology and thought, space and time. In the multimedia exhibition, artists and science communicators imagine future scenarios that our civilization will have to face in order to avoid the shock of the future. 3Orizzonti is a project by Stefano De Felici and Federico Mazza, produced by LampoTv and Moovie, in collaboration with Phase Duo and the Italian Institute for the Future.

Until 12 November: Salaborsa Library – Music Room
Jazz in Bo – Bologna Jazz Photo Exhibition
Admission: free without reservation
Hours: Monday 2.30-8pm; Tuesday-Friday 10-20; Saturday 10-19; closed Sunday. August: Monday-Friday 14-19; Saturday and Sunday closed
Forty jazz musicians portrayed in iconic and evocative locations in the city of Bologna. Organized by Associazione TerzoTropico-APS and Associazione NuFlava. In collaboration with: Municipality of Bologna, Bologna Unesco City of Music, Sala della Musica, Biblioteca Salaborsa, Giuliana DI Gioia Copywriter & Media relations, Wetrust Communication stories.

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