Sunday 17 April: Framing activity. After the exhibition tour, the theme analyzed will be the one of gazing as the real objective that decides how to set the image in a certain way. In the laboratory, set up to represent the painting Second Story Sunlight (1960), the educator will explain to the classroom the importance of observing and how each thing can change when looked in a certain way, just like Hopper’s eyes were able to do. Each child will have to decide how to observe in order to start their personale vision, searching for a different point of view of the framing. Once this phase is concluded, each child will have to paint what their observation has investigated through the guided vision.