In Arezzo at the National Archaeological Museum Saturday, September 25 at 16.30 in the Hall of Ceramics will be held a meeting to present the project Art bonus ” The Treasure Room of the National Archaeological Museum of Arezzo. Project of opening to the public the ancient Monetiere” and extraordinary opening of the Monetiere. The working group, which includes numismatic experts and architects, will illustrate the numismatic heritage of the Museum, the idea of setting up the “Treasure Room”, which was born during a remote seminar held during the lockdown of 2020, and the tools that will make possible the adoption of coins by patrons who want to support the implementation of the project through Art bonus, with important tax breaks.
– The numismatic collection of the National Archaeological Museum of Arezzo, F. Catalli, former Soprintendenza Archeologia della Toscana
– A didactic experience for the safety and valorization of minor collections, M. Tanganelli and S. Viti, Department of Architecture of the University of Florence
– The donation of the Andanti library fund, M. Gatto, National Archaeological Museum of Arezzo
– Patrons with Art bonus: tax benefits for the supporters of the project of opening to the public of the Monetiere, M. Gatto, National Archaeological Museum of Arezzo
Afterwards, visits in small groups to the Monetiere for the participants of the meeting and illustration of the coins “adoptable” through Art bonus.
From 20.00 to 23.00, special opening and entrance at the symbolic cost of € 1.
Throughout the evening, the Director of the Museum will be available to the public to illustrate the exceptional opening of the Coin Room and its treasures. In addition, it will be possible to experience the new tactile Chimera, a life-size reproduction of the famous ancient bronze created thanks to the Arezzo Rotary Club in collaboration with the Arte&Co.Scienza Foundation and the Italian Union of the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Entrance at 20.00, 21.00 and 22.00 with visits lasting up to 50 minutes, reservations required by calling +39 0575 21421 or writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, September 26, at 15.00, 16.15 and 17.15 at the end of the summer festival “Amphitheater under the Stars”, the Museum offers a guided tour to discover the archaeological area outside and hidden places of the Amphitheater, open extraordinarily to the public.
The tour will last 45 minutes, reservation is required (max 10 people) tel. +39 057521421, e-mail email@example.com.
The ordinary shifts of autonomous visits remain in force by reservation at 14.30, 16.00, 17.30.