On the occasion of the International Day of Children and Adolescents, which falls on November 20, the Miter Association proposes a day of art, culture, science and music.
A common thread, through studies, scientific research, dance, music and poetry, will lead to the culture of childhood and the beauty of the rights of children and adolescents.
“Art and science teach the beauty and protection of childhood, allowing us to live wisely in the world around us, appreciating and respecting children,” declares the president of the Miter Society, Don Fortunato di Noto.
“Compassion. Neuroscience, Art, and Communication Clinic for Children and Adolescents” aims to engage citizens throughout the day.
The first part of the day includes a conference with the participation of university professors, partners of the Association for the Development of Scientific Research and the Sicilian Journalists’ Syndicate. The conference will explore the theme at hand that sees childhood and adolescence in general as protagonists, and specifically, the mind and body in relation to emotions in children and adolescents; We will also explore how science and art contribute to understanding its origins and providing explanations.
The conference will be held on November 20 from 9am to 1.30pm at the Palace of Culture in Catania.
The second part of the initiative includes the concert of the Calamos Clarinet Ensemble of the Vincenzo Bellini Conservatory accompanied by poems by Don Fortunato di Noto on issues related to the mission of the Meter Society. The concert will always take place on November 20, at 8.30pm, at the Sangiorgi Theater in Catania, and admission is free.
This event is organized in collaboration with the Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Catania, the Department of Psychology of the University of Turin, and Como Noto in agreement with the University of Messina, the Archdiocese of Catania and the Syndicate of Journalists. in Sicily, the UCSI, the Vincenzo Bellini Conservatory in Catania, and the Sangiorgi Theater in Catania.
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