Exhibit Questions

Q: I understand that there is an exhibit about the Reggio schools touring North America. How can I find the schedule and locations of this exhibit?

Several versions of “The Hundred Languages of Children” exhibit have been touring North America since 1987. This exhibit features documentation of the learning and relationships of children, teachers, and parents in the municipal infant-toddler centers and preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Educators in North America have found that the presence of “The Hundred Languages of Children” exhibit in their community supports professional development of early childhood educators and serves as a tool for advocacy for early education. The schedule of the North American version of the exhibit can be found on the Exhibit Project page of the NAREA website.

Q: I would be interested in hosting “The Hundred Languages of Children” exhibit in my community. Who should I contact?

Reggio Children and NAREA are currently collaborating in the ongoing organization and management of “The Wonder of Learning – The Hundred Languages of Children” exhibit in North America. This exhibit is currently scheduled through May 2019. If you are interested in the possibility of hosting the exhibit, contact Judith Kaminsky, NAREA exhibit project coordinator.

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