Format: Half day experience, from 14:30 to 16:00
Where: Milan, Italy
When: Saturday, 20th May 2023
Cost: €60 per kid
Group: Maximum of 10 kids
Age: 7-10 years old
The workshop invites children to discover Artnoble’s gallery space, which hosts Zazzarotto’s Exhibition titled “Traslochi Heimat srl.” The exhibition is inspired by the German concept of Heimat. This word cannot be directly translated into other languages, indicating the dimension of belonging to a place, thus identifying it as “a place where the language of affection is spoken,” transporting the public back into an intimate and familiar dimension. ‘Heim’ and ‘at’ respectively mean ‘home’ and ‘there where one is.’
Children will be invited to re-imagine the gallery space as an alternative home, invading and contaminating the location with personal objects created by children with colored dough.
ArtNoble gallery was founded by Matthew Noble in London initially as an itinerary platform, with the aim of providing a programme dedicated entirely to the research of the most talented emerging artists. In April 2021, ArtNoble gallery established its first permanent gallery space in the city of Milan, with a 180 sqm space still conserving the original industrial elements and featuring an incredible light and atmosphere due to the presence of a large glass wall. The gallery represents emerging and increasingly established artists.
Ghiribizzi is a project aiming at creating a creative space for kids - attending primary and secondary school - through activities and workshops designed by the founders Costanza Nizzi, Elisa Carassai and Luca Cremona.
Everything is carefully curated in order to enhance the dialogue between the kids and the creatives, stimulating the imagination of each kid. All the kids will experiment with reality in a new, creative way working on their own outputs while having fun.
Elisa Carassai is a journalist and copywriter, and a strategist in the fashion, design and cultural fields. She works with brands, agencies and journals. She is also the founder of Sali & Tabacchi.
Luca Cremona studied design but he immediately started working as an artistic educator for S.T.E.M. Education in schools, in collaboration with brands and associations. He is also a graphic designer with a cool and fresh eye.
Costanza Nizzi studied art history in Milan and then at Sotheby’s in London. She is an art expert and project manager for different institutes and studios, as per her last experience as Head of Special Projects at Palazzo Monti in Brescia.
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