Parco MuSaBa

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MuSaBa was founded in 1986 by Nik Spatari and Hiske Maas. The acronym means “Museo Santa Barbara” and it refers to a museum located in Mammola’s Santa Barbara monastery in the province of Reggio Calabria. This Italian region was chosen because of the many civilizations who lived here: Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabians, Suevian and Aragonese. These cultures melted with the one of the Italian inhabitants and this is visible in the artistic, environmental and architectural field. The two founders worked at this project till the end of the sixties and they chose this place because of its bond with the past. There are numerous works of art: “ Sogno di Giacobbe”, which was realised by Nik Spatari between 1991 and 1995, woks of international artists like Motoaki Ozumi, Alberto Coluccio, Hsiao Chin, Alfredo Pizzo Greco, Bruno Conte, Bruno Kempf, Mary Jane Moross, Barbara Quinn, Italo Sganga, Petra Rhijnsburger, Bruno Sutter, Pietro Gentili, Stevi Kerwin, Jin Jong Chen, Karl Heinz Steck, Shigeo Toya and Masafumi Maita.
In addition, the museum offers many workshops such as “Imparare attraverso l’arte”, which gives the possibility of getting a deep knowledge of art, architecture, the environment, archaeology and Mediterranean history. Musaba intends to become a formation centre for all the people who wat to become familiar with art and Calabrian culture and history.

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Via Santa Barbara, 1 - Mammola()

0964 414220

Altre info

L’ingresso al Parco è gratuito. L’ingresso al museo (senza guida) è di 5,00; gratuito per bambini 0-6. Visite guidate gruppi (minimo 15 persone) 7,00 euro. Visite guidate scuole 6,00 euro.

Tutto l'anno. Chiuso 25 dicembre e 1 gennaio

Periodo estivo: 8.00-12.00 e 15.00-19.00; periodo invernale: 8.00-12.00 e 13.00-17.00. Domenica 8.00-12.00

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