GAMeC

GAMeC

Description

The Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art was founded in 1991 right in front of the Accademia Carrara Picture Gallery, in a restored fifteenth-century architectural complex, formerly intended as a monastery. The diversified programming - open to experimentation with contemporary languages and to multidisciplinarity, and at the same time anchored to the roots of the institution and its heritage - has made it into a multifaceted space that has been able to involve different audiences over the years. With its 1500 square metres of exhibition space, it is a place that welcomes contemporary art in all its forms: temporary personal and collective exhibitions by international artists, new and emerging projects and a rich calendar of collateral activities designed for different audiences are the strong point of the Gallery’s cultural policy, which is a dynamic place for comparison, analysis and cultural integration, in constant evolution.


Starting from 2018, there’s some big news: thanks to the cultural agreement signed with the municipality of Bergamo, during the summer the Sala delle Capriate in the Palazzo della Ragione will be, for three years, an external branch of GAMeC. A project of international importance that will not only bring visual arts to the heart of the Upper Town, but will also be able to build a connection between Piazza Vecchia and Piazza Carrara.

Next to the full exhibition program, GAMeC is characterised by a rich calendar of side events dedicated to adults and children, promoted by the Gallery's Educational Services, which have been present in the area for more than twenty years and are involved daily in the design of projects and opportunities for approaching contemporary art.

Apart from the projects specifically dedicated to children and their parents, special activities are also carried out to form regular appointments, such as the Aspettando Santa LuciaWaiting for Santa Lucia workshop for the young ones, in the month of December, and Una Notte al Museo – A Night at the Museum, a periodic initiative, which is different each time, dedicated to children aged 7 to 12 years. During the summer holidays, for the past ten years, the GAMeC Time laboratories have involved young artists with a rich calendar of activities conducted by museum educators and professionals.

Among the events dedicated to adults we mention the course Odyssey nell’Arte e Sfoghi, artistic-experiential workshops that allow the public to taste art in a dilated time and give themselves a space in which to experiment and give value to their creativity.

From May to September, on Sundays, the Gallery courtyard hosts Happening: happy hour, music and art in a special setting!

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The Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art was founded in 1991 right in front of the Accademia Carrara Picture Gallery, in a restored fifteenth-century architectural complex, formerly intended as a monastery. The diversified programming - open to experimentation with contemporary languages and to multidisciplinarity, and at the same time anchored to the roots of the institution and its heritage - has made it into a multifaceted space that has been able to involve different audiences over the years. With its 1500 square metres of exhibition space, it is a place that welcomes contemporary art in all its forms: temporary personal and collective exhibitions by international artists, new and emerging projects and a rich calendar of collateral activities designed for different audiences are the strong point of the Gallery’s cultural policy, which is a dynamic place for comparison, analysis and cultural integration, in constant evolution.


Starting from 2018, there’s some big news: thanks to the cultural agreement signed with the municipality of Bergamo, during the summer the Sala delle Capriate in the Palazzo della Ragione will be, for three years, an external branch of GAMeC. A project of international importance that will not only bring visual arts to the heart of the Upper Town, but will also be able to build a connection between Piazza Vecchia and Piazza Carrara.

Next to the full exhibition program, GAMeC is characterised by a rich calendar of side events dedicated to adults and children, promoted by the Gallery's Educational Services, which have been present in the area for more than twenty years and are involved daily in the design of projects and opportunities for approaching contemporary art.

Apart from the projects specifically dedicated to children and their parents, special activities are also carried out to form regular appointments, such as the Aspettando Santa LuciaWaiting for Santa Lucia workshop for the young ones, in the month of December, and Una Notte al Museo – A Night at the Museum, a periodic initiative, which is different each time, dedicated to children aged 7 to 12 years. During the summer holidays, for the past ten years, the GAMeC Time laboratories have involved young artists with a rich calendar of activities conducted by museum educators and professionals.

Among the events dedicated to adults we mention the course Odyssey nell’Arte e Sfoghi, artistic-experiential workshops that allow the public to taste art in a dilated time and give themselves a space in which to experiment and give value to their creativity.

From May to September, on Sundays, the Gallery courtyard hosts Happening: happy hour, music and art in a special setting!

Accessibility

RAGGIUNGERE:

Parcheggio: a 50 metri (Piazza Carrara): 3 posti auto riservati (2 a norma, 1 privo di fascia laterale).

Mezzi pubblici: a 100 metri (Piazzale Oberdan-via C. Battisti): fermate autobus linea C e altre; altezza gradino 18 cm; bus attrezzato con pedana manuale.

Percorso pedonale di avvicinamento da parcheggi e fermata bus: parte in piano, parte in leggera salita e adeguato per larghezza e tipo pavimentazione; privo di segnalazioni tattilo-plantari. Attraversamenti stradali piazzale Oberdan semaforizzati, con raccordi marciapiedi-strada e isola spartitraffico centrale.


ENTRARE:

Si arriva all'ingresso attraverso un androne e il passaggio in un cortile con scivolo avente pendenza 5%; porta di ingresso larga 120 cm, con soglia 2 cm.
Biglietteria con bancone altezza 90-100 cm


VISITARE:

Spazi espositivi organizzati su 2 livelli più mezzanini, raggiungibili con ascensore e piattaforme elevatrici; tutti accessibili eccetto una sala al piano terra (3 gradini).

Ascensore per 1° e 2° piano: porta 90 cm; cabina 150x135 cm; bottoniera in braille; portata 860 kg.

Piattaforma elevatrice per "spazio 0" e sala video (mezzanini): porta 90 cm; cabina 115x115 cm; a uomo presente; portata 300 kg.

Sono disponibili per i visitatori carrozzine manuali di cortesia

Non esistono accorgimenti per non vedenti. Nelle mostre temporanee sono sempre previste opere da toccare.
Si organizzano visite guidate ed attività didattiche specificamente rivolte a persone con disabilità sensoriale e cognitive.
Aule didattiche accessibili e raggiungibili tramite piattaforma elevatrice aperta, dimensioni 130x130.

USARE IL BAGNO:

Bagni accessibili a piani terra (zona ingresso) e a fianco delle aule didattiche (n.2 bagni).

Porte 80-85 cm con apertura esterna; spazio di manovra a norma; wc altezza 50-55 cm, accostamento frontale e laterale; presenza di maniglioni; no doccino per bidet; lavabo ergonomico altezza 78-83 cm.

VALUTAZIONE SINTETICA:

persona con disabilità motoria: accessibile in autonomia. 
persona con disabilità visiva: accessibile con accompagnatore.

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