The exhibition The Wonder of Learning presents a narrative and communicative structure designed to reflect the contemporaneity, the complexity, and the plurality of points of view that have always characterized the work carried out in the infant-toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia.

The exhibition is divided into sections conceived as “micro-places” that are interconnected but independent. The sections do not follow a predetermined sequence and can be viewed by visitors according to their personal interests.


An innovative element of the exhibition it is the setup structure. Like letters of the alphabet, the basic modules can be adapted to the various characteristics of the exhibition spaces, giving rise to different expressive and communicative structures as a vehicle for multiple meanings.

The various projects are communicated using different media: three-dimensional objects, videos, booklets, audio recordings, and so on, which can be associated with the same project to enable different levels of reading and study, and to afford visitors a personal approach according to their level of interest and competency.