Fondazione Santagata collaborates with the National Family Day at Museums – FAMu as a scientific partner through the development of questionnaires addressed to families and museums participating in the event, within a study on the habits of the cultural consumption among young people in collaboration with IULM.
The National Family Day at Museums – FAMu is a nationwide event born in 2013, during which all participating museums organize specific activities for families with preschool or primary school children; it’s a tool to encourage the meeting between families and culture, an opportunity to show how a museum can be welcoming and how children with families can be excellent “users of culture”.
Since 2014 the CSS-EBLA (as Fondazione Santagata since 2018) has been conducting a study on the habits of the cultural consumption of young people and children in Italy within the research activities of the Observatory 0-18 on cultural production and consumption under 18 in Italy, and the National Day of Families at the Museum is a valuable opportunity to gather information on a topic not studied with statistical detail, fundamental instead to understand the nature and dynamics with an adequate level of detail.
The research intends to contribute to fill a knowledge gap about the profiles of children and families who today enjoy culture in Italy – and also the “excluded” ones – in order to divulge useful information and knowledge to strenghten the country’s cultural policies and the strategies of cultural institutions.
It’s possible to download the final pdf reports (in Italian) of the analysis carried out in colalboration with Milan’s IULM University:
- Analysis of the fifth edition of the National Family Day at Museums – FAMu (2017)
- Analysis of the fourth edition of the National Family Day at Museums – FAMu (2016)
- Analysis of the third edition of the National Family Day at Museums – FAMu (2015)
- Analysis of the second edition of the National Family Day at Museums – FAMu (2014)