The Carlo Zauli Museum strongly believes in a shared vision of networks and cultural planning, achieved through a calendar of summer events linked to the various contemporary tendencies: MCZ Summer Pavilion.
Within this spirit, it supports projects and collaborates with local institutions in order to expand and strengthen cultural networks and the development of local creativity, forever seeking to remain faithful to its own contemporary path.
In line with this outlook, therefore, the museum frequently plays the role of partner for other institutions, hosting external events, offering up its space and making available its staff and their organisational skills.
With its customary preview during ‘District A Weekend’ in the month of May, and its closing at summers-end with the contemporary music festival Ossessioni, the Summer Pavilion is characterised by cinema, dance, and educational events, and exhibitions dedicated to local artists, all in a relaxed garden atmosphere.
Skylark quartet in concert, during the ‘In Tempo’ music festival, July 2014