To tie in with its Tomás Saraceno. Aria exhibition, Palazzo Strozzi is running a new edition of The Art School, a cycle of workshops held by artists and collectives exploring the themes of the exhibition in greater depth and revisiting them in a creative vein.
The event is held thanks to the support of Unicoop Firenze.
After the suspension of on-site activities due to the health crisis, the project will now be revived in a new format based on remote workshops split into several different events held over the course of a week.
Tomás Saraceno’s research combines art with the natural and social sciences; his works show how every organism is part of a complex whole made up of endless connections. Interacting with the exhibition, the artists invited to the new edition of The Art School will be holding workshops designed to reflect on the concept of “togetherness”, analysing it from a variety of different scientific and social standpoints.
Saturday 27 June and 4 July
from 10.00 to 13.00
The workshops last a week each.
Each workshop lasts six hours in all in video-conference mode (using the ZOOM platform) split into two separate events both held on a Saturday. During the week, participants will receive instructions explaining how to perform the activities individually and independently. Participation in the workshop includes a ticket to the Tomás Saraceno. Aria exhibition, which can be visited either in the course of the week or afterwards.
Each workshop is limited to a maximum of 15 participants.
WHO CAN TAKE PART IN THE WORKSHOPS?
Young artists, creatives, the inquisitive, students, teachers and anyone with an interest in sharing a working experience with an artist. No prior knowledge or specific skills are required. The activity is designed for adults and for young people aged 16 +.
WHAT WILL I NEED?
Good Internet connectivity and a computer or a tablet.
All materials required for use during the workshop are easy to find. A list will be posted the week before the start of the workshop.
RESERVATIONS AND COST
Reservations are required; places are limited. The activity is held in Italian only.Book now
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In taking part in the Art School you’re helping to develop Palazzo Strozzi’s educational activities.