On 1, 2 and 3 November at the Serra del Grumello hours 10:00-13:00 and 14:00-17:30 will be held the event KEPOS, Laboratory of therapeutic art shared by the students of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, Milan.
The creative experience, as a transformer, is therapeutic.
A greenhouse is like a garden, it preserves and protects life, nourishes and takes care of the most sensitive and delicate part of the vegetation, which in its womb germinates and grows.
The Serra del Grumello becomes the atelier and showcase of an artistic and therapeutic journey in progress, immersed in nature and open to the contribution of all.
A creative socializing experience and an opportunity to take care of oneself, proposed by the undergraduate students in Theory and Practice of Artistic Therapeutics of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera. Participants – involved in the positive energy of making shared art under the guidance of artists therapists – will create a fascinating artistic setting, which will gradually take shape on the one hand through the creative reuse of paper and plastic, on the other hand by making dialogue between earth and air until shaping the precious kokedama.
The paper, layered and woven, will bloom in colorful mandalas – a reference to the floral geometries of the garden of Grumello – and will be enriched by light and diaphanous lace made with the reuse of plastic. The mixture of earth covered with moss will give life, like an enveloping breath, to many original suspended pearls, home to green compositions “rooted in the air”. The materials shaped by the creative energy of the group will transform the Serra del Grumello into an enchanting suspended garden.
The workshop is open to everyone. Accompanied children.
Reservation recommended, especially for groups: email@example.com
Project and Workshop: Luciano Presta and Elisabetta Saiani, undergraduate students in Theory and Practice of Artistic Therapeutics at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera.
Supervision Project: Prof.ssa Laura Tonani Painter and artist therapist, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, coordinator of the two-year level in Theory and Practice of Art Therapeutics.