Cultivating Taste. All the goodness of Trentino’s lands

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On 27th May, the prestigious Palazzo delle Albere, the fine Renaissance building next to MUSE - the Science Museum of Trento, opens its doors after major restoration for an exhibition titled “Cultivating Taste. All the goodness of Trentino’s lands”. In the year of Expo 2015, this exhibition and is a way of promoting and expanding the Trentino Quality product; it portrays local agricultural practices and relationships with the region’s social structures, and presents information and recommendations regarding the role of agriculture and food processing in the context of Trentino’s economic development.

THE EXHIBITION
The visit underscores the value and uniqueness of Trentino’s products, by focussing on their relationships with the topography of the region, with the history and development of local crops and production techniques over the last 70 years, and with the resulting transformation into the landscape we see today.
In the rooms displaying the food exhibits, visitors are guided towards a more attentive perception of the region’s distinctive agri-foods as products resulting from the characteristics of the raw materials and processing techniques used. Multisensory interactive exhibits help explain some of the methods for processing Trentino’s outstanding world-renowned products. These exhibits include implements relating to the local material culture, on loan from the Museo degli usi e costumi della gente Trentina and the Museo Ladino di Fassa.Another perspective is presented by works of art from MART, the Castello del Buonconsiglio and the artists themselves.
                     
Cultivating Taste continues outside Palazzo delle Albere, where there are fields and orchards planted with the region’s typical traditional and contemporary crops (map showing the various crops).
The Terrace at MUSE also has some special installations: a rock garden, various cereals and vegetables from the Andes and the Himalayas, with an allusion to the Alpine environment. The initiatives presented by MUSE for Expo are complemented by a new section in the Viote Alpine Botanical Garden on Monte Bondone dedicated to mountain vegetable gardens
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The Concept Store
There will also be a Concept Store in Palazzo Albere, open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm throughout the duration of the exhibition. Every two days a different company will have the opportunity to present its products in the Store for visitors to taste and to buy.

Workshops:

Thursday to Sunday at 3 pm, creative workshop "A Finger in the Pie": a hands-on opportunity for visitors to take part in various activities related to the world of food, such as how to make local Trentino dishes, as well creative and artistic workshops for families. The activities are supported by local institutions, associations and businesses in the food, agriculture and sustainability sectors.

Every day  (except Monday) from 5 to 6 pm, professional sommeliers and the companies exhibiting at the Concept Store will be organising “Tasting Workshops”. These initiatives will give participants the opportunity to learn about the guest companies and take a real sensory journey through food and wine tastings.

Every Saturday and Sunday, the Concept Store will welcome Trentino’s major institutions and producers’ associations, who will be holding meetings, presentations, tastings and creative tasting workshops.


Info, opening times and tickets
Entrance to the “Cultivating Taste” exhibition at Palazzo delle Albere is free.
Charges for participation in the workshops at Palazzo delle Albere are from €5 per person.
You are advised to book by calling the MUSE booking line (+39 0461 270311).
Entrance to MUSE is as normal ticket prices.



Discover also all the EXPO events taking place from May 30 to October 30, 2015 at the Mart in Rovereto within the programme NUTRIRE LA MENTE (Feed the mind) and the CONCEPT STORE EXPO ROVERETO.


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​L’iniziativa, sostenuta dall’accordo CIPE PAT, è curata dal Servizio Internazionalizzazione della PAT. 

È attuata con il coordinamento del Servizio Attività Culturali della Provincia autonoma di Trento con il Muse Museo delle Scienze individuato quale soggetto realizzatore.

Il progetto dei due Concept Store è coordinato dal MUSE in collaborazione con il MART e con fondamentale contributo organizzativo di Palazzo Roccabruna. 

Il progetto espositivo della mostra Coltiviamo il gusto, a cura del MUSE, è il risultato della partecipazione in termini di contributo culturale e di prestiti di: Fondazione Museo Storico di Trento, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Mart, museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Castello del Buonconsiglio, monumenti e collezioni provinciali, Museo degli Usi e Costumi della Gente trentina di S. Michele all’Adige, Istitut Cultural Ladin “Mjon de Fascegn” di Vigo di Fassa. 

La mostra è arricchita da prestiti provenienti da collezioni private. 

Il progetto dei Concept Store e il progetto espositivo della Mostra “Coltiviamo il gusto” è degli architetti Massimo Scartezzini e Claudio Battisti di Studio BBS. 

La grafica è di Alessio Periotto – Rovereto. 

Il Servizio per il Sostegno Occupazionale e la Valorizzazione Ambientale della Provincia Autonoma di Trento ha in cura la realizzazione degli allestimenti e dell’impianto degli orti in Open Air in collaborazione con il dott. 

Costantino Bonomi e il dott. Renzo Vicentini della Sezione di Botanica del Muse e del consulente agronomo dott. Gianfranco Nicolini. 

Hanno partecipato alla realizzazione del concept e dei testi dell’esposizione il prof. Dario Bressanini e la dott.ssa Beatrice Mautino.
 
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From 25 maggio 2015
To 29 ottobre 2015
Time
Tue - Sun: 10 am - 7 pm
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Entrance to the exhibition is free. Charges for participation in the workshops are from €5 per person.

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