FAENZA
Viale Baccarini 19
48018 Faenza (RA)
Website VISIT WEBSITE
Email info@micfaenza.org
Phone 0546/697311
Children SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
Suitable for groups SUITABLE FOR GROUPS
Spoken languages ITA, ENG

TIMETABLE



WINTER OPENING HOURS: 1st November – 31st March
from Tuesday to Friday 10:00-13:30
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10:00-17:30

SUMMER OPENING HOURS: 1st April – 31st October
from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays 10:00-19:00

The Museum is closed: every Monday unless it is a holiday, 1st January, 1st May, 15th August, 25th December.

 

PRICES



Ticket: 8 euro

 

WHAT WE DO

The MIC Foundation was founded in 1908 and represents one of the greatest Museums devoted to ceramics in the world. The MIC preserves about 60.000 ceramic works, 6.000 of them are exhibited in the wide exhibition area, about 10.000 squared metres. The collections show items from all over the world, many pieces belong to very ancient ages like the ceramics from Eastern culture and items from Pre-historical Age, there is an interesting Pre-Columbian collection, a Far East section and an impressive modern and contemporary collection containing pieces by Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Leger, Fontana, Burri and other great masters. The MIC – Foundation represents a center for ceramic culture, it contains a specialized library (more than 60.000 texts), a school department with workshop for children and adult, a restoration deparment. The review “Faenza” is edited at the MIC and sent to several museums and institutions in the world.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

“Playing with ceramics” is a workshop that was established by Bruno Munari in 1979. It plays an important educational role by aiming to help children an adults view the objects in the museum and be more aware of them through hands-on activities.
The workshop is thought for everybody: schools, children and adults.
Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon the museum organize workshop and didactic activity for all the family.

Many options are available, including hands-on activities in the “playing with art” laboratory, educational tours of the museum displays, and training courses for adults and teachers.

MUSEUM OF CERAMICS IN FAENZA

WHAT WE DO
The MIC Foundation was founded in 1908 and represents one of the greatest Museums devoted to ceramics in the world. The MIC preserves about 60.000 ceramic works, 6.000 of them are exhibited in the wide exhibition area, about 10.000 squared metres. The collections show items from all over the world, many pieces belong to very ancient ages like the ceramics from Eastern culture and items from Pre-historical Age, there is an interesting Pre-Columbian collection, a Far East section and an impressive modern and contemporary collection containing pieces by Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Leger, Fontana, Burri and other great masters. The MIC – Foundation represents a center for ceramic culture, it contains a specialized library (more than 60.000 texts), a school department with workshop for children and adult, a restoration deparment. The review “Faenza” is edited at the MIC and sent to several museums and institutions in the world.
City FAENZA
Viale Baccarini 19
48018 Faenza (RA)
Timetable WINTER OPENING HOURS: 1st November – 31st March
from Tuesday to Friday 10:00-13:30
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10:00-17:30

SUMMER OPENING HOURS: 1st April – 31st October
from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays 10:00-19:00

The Museum is closed: every Monday unless it is a holiday, 1st January, 1st May, 15th August, 25th December.
Price Ticket: 8 euro
Website Visit website
Email Write an email
Phone 0546/697311
Children SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
Suitable for groups SUITABLE FOR GROUPS
Spoken languages ITA, ENG

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WHAT YOU CAN DO
“Playing with ceramics” is a workshop that was established by Bruno Munari in 1979. It plays an important educational role by aiming to help children an adults view the objects in the museum and be more aware of them through hands-on activities.
The workshop is thought for everybody: schools, children and adults.
Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon the museum organize workshop and didactic activity for all the family.

Many options are available, including hands-on activities in the “playing with art” laboratory, educational tours of the museum displays, and training courses for adults and teachers.

EXPERIENCES THAT MAY INTEREST YOU

VISIT

MARCO, KILN

THE SECRETS OF TERRACOTTA

12€

To anyone who is passionate about pottery or just curious, we offer a guided tour inside and outside our furnace, that will last about 30-40 minutes. During the visit, we will explain and show, whenever possible, all stages of production of a handmade pottery. The visit will begin on the outside, we will show you how and where the soil is taken to be processed and how it is cooked before being sold. We will unveil the secrets of an ancient art, the working techniques, from the most common to the most ancient and challenging. After this visit, the firm belief that "some water, some soil, and that's it" will disappear forever, and you will understand that in a single terracotta artifact there is the story of a man.

IMPRUNETA, FI

WORKSHOP

LINDA, MAJOLICA DECORATOR

REPRODUCTION OF A FRESCO

150€

What I want to offer is not just a decorative experience, but also a historical and cultural one. With the help and the experience of my friend Agata, you will visit two important historic churches in Cagli. Thanks to her knowledge you will see some medieval fresco. St. Joseph Church with the XIV century fresco representing the “Madonna del Latte”. St. Francis with the fresco of Mello from Gubbio. After a brief but intense visit to the churches, we will reproduce, on a majolica refractory tile, a detail of the fresco saw previously. We will analyze the detail to be drawn through the pouncing technique. We will use the “half dye” for the shades of the ruddiness. You will get to know the main characteristic of the brushes and of the majolica's colors. Until the cooking of the object. The workshop is thought for all those people interested in knowing and experiencing the majolica's art through the culture of the artworks that characterize my precious territory.

CAGLI, PU

WORKSHOP

LINDA, MAJOLICA DECORATOR

COURT LIFE, DUKES OF URBINO

90€

Urbino, thanks to the findings during the excavations in the vaults of the throne's hall at the Doge's Palace, have come to life amazing material testimonies of the food habits and life at the Court of Urbino. Specifically, they are objects of the modest and domestic everyday life of the servitude. You can find dishes, artworks (decorated majolica, etc) and historical documents. We'll analyze photos and documents of these pottery evidences representing the life occurring at the Court of Federico from Montefeltro. We'll reproduce them on a plate with a decorative drawing with geometrical motives. Starting from a central round depicting animals (bird, snail, deer, lynx) or symbols (closed volume, pierced heart, title block). You'll get to know the techniques to decorate majolica and the particularity of the “geometric” technique. Finally your artwork will be fired, and I will send it to you directly home. Once the experience is over, I strongly suggest you to visit the wonderful Urbino, that is 20 minutes drive from my town.

CAGLI, PU

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