Greek world from 2000 B.C.
ObjectiveThe aim of the modules proposed is to make student understand, through a historical and artistic course, the importance of the clay as a tool for telling and representing how our ancestor lived, accompanying the human being to the present day.
The workshop is divided into two modules:
1) GREEK VASE
The aim of the first module is to let the student to understand how Greeks used the clay and its importance in the cultural and socio-economic fabric of Greek civilization.
Practical partStudents will be involved in the realization of a Colombino technique.
2) THEATER MASKS
The aim of the second module is to reproduce a theater mask through the sculpture and low-relief technique.
The students can paint the mask created with decoration and typical color of the time. The decoration will be fixed with a particular cold technique. The modules are made by three meetings of two hours each.
Each module takes place in 3 meetings lasting 2 hours each.
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