Summer Camps

In collaboration with the cultural association Onouka, Fortezza Crew, Florence’s first boardsports association, and the cultural association Il Paracadute di Icaro.








Starting June 10, summer camps return to Manifattura Tabacchi, organized in collaboration with the cultural association Onouka, Fortezza Crew, Florence’s first boardsports association, and the cultural association Il Paracadute di Icaro. Artistic workshops, music, dance, and theater activities will alternate with skateboarding-related activities.

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Fortezza Crew

From June 10 to 15, for children and teenagers aged 5 to 16

From June 10 to 15, Fortezza Crew, a skateboarding association, will host a camp entirely dedicated to skateboarding and related activities. The lessons will be accompanied by activities exploring skateboarding culture, including screen printing workshops, grip art sessions, and balance board trials.

To participate in the activities, membership in the sports club (ASD) will be required for insurance purposes.

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Cultural Association Onouka

From June 17 to 21 and from June 24 to 28, for children and teenagers aged 6 to 16


Onouka proposes the activation of a summer camp with a creative/laboratory approach. The camp offers an artistic and educational experience aimed at nurturing children’s natural talents and creativity through artistic practices, visits to museums, art galleries, and creative workshops. Children will have the opportunity to discover masterpieces and experiment with traditional and contemporary artistic techniques alongside artists working in the field.

Week of June 17 to 21
Discovering Genius: Leonardo da Vinci
A week dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, one of the greatest artists and thinkers in history, a person who demonstrated to the world exceptional skills in uniting multiple forms of art and disciplines within his personality, each complementing and deepening the understanding of the others.
During the week, we will experiment with various techniques and study the thought process of the genius by visiting museums and significant locations where he left his mark.

Week of June 24 to 28
Next, we’ll invite the children to explore themselves and the various facets of their personality through self-portraiture. A week of art beginning with the study of the classical self-portrait, including visits to museums that offer a rich collection of artists’ self-portraits from the 1500s to today.

For more information and registration, contact: or +39 334 294 9269


Cultural Association Il Paracadute di Icaro

From July 2 to 5, from July 8 to 12, from July 15 to 19, from July 22 to 26, and from July 29 to August 2

Wandering Around the World is a summer adventure that embraces diversity and encourages respect and tolerance among participants by immersing them in cultures from around the globe. Through theater, dance, music, and graphic arts, we aim for children to discover and share different traditions, learning the value of openness and mutual respect.

Working together creatively, children learn empathy and to appreciate what makes each person unique, gaining a curious and welcoming perspective on the world. Our summer camp offers fun with a purpose, helping to cultivate a generation that knows how to embrace and celebrate differences. Through a series of themed weekly activities, participants will embark on an educational and fun journey through various countries and traditions.
Each week, we will focus on a different country, giving children the opportunity to immerse themselves in its unique traditions and customs.

From the vibrant rhythm of flamenco in Spain to the grandeur of the pyramids in Egypt, from Japan’s origami traditions to the engaging country music of the USA, each stop on the tour will be a unique adventure. Special activities, cultural surprises, and exclusive adventures await you in every corner of the globe.

The highlight of each week will be a final performance where the children, guided by our skilled facilitators and teachers, will put on a show they’ve created based on the inspirations and inputs received throughout the week. This not only reinforces their learning but also provides a valuable moment to see the world through their eyes.


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