The 10th NAREA Winter Conference – Madison, Wisconsin – March 21-23, 2019
Marina Castagnetti is a former teacher at Diana school where she worked with the historical teachers team, Loris Malaguzzi and Vea Vecchi, as well as at the Documentation and Educational Research Center of the Istituzione Scuole e Nidi d’Infanzia – Municipality of Reggio Emilia. She is also a collaborator on several projects that are part of “The Hundred languages of Children” exhibition. Marina collaborates with Reggio Children during study groups in Reggio Emilia, in other initiatives of the city, and in conferences and seminars in Italy and abroad.
Nunzia Franzese is a pedagogista for Reggio Children where she collaborates in the area of pedagogical consulting, focusing on design and supervision in the development of educational projects at the national and international levels. She also works with the Infant-toddler Centers and Preschools Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia as the pedagogical-organizational coordinator of two municipal educational services: the Alice Infant-toddler center and the Otto Marzo Preschool.
Wisconsin Historical Society
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706
Madison Central Library (Youth Services Room-Lower Level)
201 Mifflin Street
Madison, WI 53703
Overture Center of the Arts (Playhouse Gallery)
201 State Street
Madison, WI. 53703
(The exhibit will be located at Madison Central Library and in the Playhouse Gallery at the Overture Center.)
About the City
Madison, Wisconsin was named as one of the top ten happiest cities according to National Geographic, and it’s no wonder. Madison is located on an isthmus between two sparkling lakes Mendota and Monona making the state capital one of the most picturesque in the country. Madison has a rich and vibrant art scene that is sure to impress even the most cosmopolitan newcomers. Frank Lloyd Wright, one of America’s most beloved architects called Madison home during his adolescence. Structures designed by Wright include Monona Terrace, Unitarian Meeting House, and Usonian House are must see spots for architectural buffs and Wright enthusiasts. Meanwhile, Madison appeals to the food connoisseur in all of us, proudly standing out as a top dining destination with its farm to table philosophy. Your taste buds are sure to be satisfied with everything from locally produced cheese as well as a host of growing microbreweries. Cheese curds, brats, chicken booyah, butter burgers, cranberries, frozen custard and layers of sweet Danish pastry treats known as kringles are long time favorites of Madisonians and are sure to delight.
Typical March Weather Patterns in Madison receive an average high of 46 with a low of 28.
Due to Mother Nature’s unpredictability, please prepare for a robust winter experience!!
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