Where the Wild Bees are
Fabiana Esposito, a biologist, and Elide, an illustrator), propose an artistic-educational performance that allows you to explore the world of wild bees. You will discover that not all bees make honey, have a queen, or live together in a hive!
Through the encounters of Melina, a young honeybee who leaves her hive for the first time, we will meet a variety of bees with different characteristics and unique lifestyles. The tiny mining bee, the leafcutter bee, and the mason bees are all crucial and necessary for the well-being of our ecosystem.
We will talk about the importance of pollination and how to care for these special animals. At the end of the performance, a workshop will be proposed where children will create their own bee puppets by choosing their favorite character from the story.