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Non è necessario essere un professionista o un laureato ma devi conoscere l’Inglese base per comunicare con altri giovani europei, la residenza in Italia e età compresa tra i 16 e i 30 anni e preferibilmente domiciliato nell’area del Frosinate.
Il Progetto EMUN+ nasce dalla consapevolezza che far partecipare giovani alla vita cittadina e alla condivisione è il fondamento di un processo di rivalutazione e rivitalizzazione di aree periferiche.
Per questo Arts in Rome ha organizzato l’Erasmus EMUN+, KA105 youth mobility, che si terrà a Isola del Liri dal 11 al 19 aprile 2021.
Parteciperanno 36 giovani provenienti da Italia, Polonia, Armenia, Lithuania, Azerbajan, Romania.
Lo scopo e la sfida dell’Associazione è di creare un gruppo eterogeneo di giovani provenienti da differenti estrazioni sociali e culturali che abbiano un unico fine: la creazione di una Residenza di Giovani ognuno con diverse attitudini e conoscenze il cui fine sarà lo svolgimento dell’evento stesso che comprenderà:
✔ Creazione di un Murales nel Comune dell’Isola del Liri
✔ Storytelling con riprese video e foto della Residenza per raccontare l’esperienza
✔ Creazione dell’animazione del Murales in 2D/3D
✔ Creazione del video finale emozionale implementato alla Realtà Aumentata
✔ Gestione condivisa dei Social Network dell’evento stesso per un uso consapevole e professionale
✔ Creazione dei filtri AR di Facebook e Instagram per un’interazione tecnologica del Murales. Sviluppo dell’idea di gruppo e creazione
✔ Visita e utilizzo dello spazio del FABLAB di Ferentino (Regione Lazio)
CHI PUO PARTECIPARE:
La partecipazione è riservata ai cittadini dell’UE. Possono beneficiarne anche gli studenti in possesso del permesso di soggiorno permanente in uno paese membro dell’UE, o che hanno ottenuto ufficialmente lo status di rifugiato o apolide da uno stato membro. Ogni ateneo stabilisce i propri criteri di selezione.
CHI STIAMO CERCANDO:
Siamo alla ricerca di 6 giovani italiani, dai 16 ai 30 anni, di cui 1 giovane sarà nominato Team Leader del gruppo italiano.
REQUISITI DI PARTECIPAZIONE:
1. età compresa tra i 16 e 30 anni
2. conoscenza inglese sufficiente per dialogo tra partecipanti
3. avere almeno un’attitudine per le seguenti aree: disegno, pittura, riprese video, marketing, storyteling, animazione, filtri AR
4. predisposizione al lavoro di gruppo in un ambiente culturale eterogeneo
5. richiesta di totale disponibilità per lo svolgimento delle attività pre-durante-dopo l’Erasmus*
6. preferibilmente domiciliato nei dintorni di Isola del Liri
7. preferibilmente in possesso di computer portatile
8. preferibilmente in possesso di smartphone
CRITERI DI SELEZIONE
. Competenze linguistiche base (inglese e italiano)
. Disponibilità al lavoro di gruppo e alle presenze al 100%
. per il Team Leader sarà necessario un ulteriore colloquio conoscitivo
LA PARTECIPAZIONE E’ TOTALMENTE GRATUITA.
IL PROGETTO E’ SOVVENZIONATO DALLA COMUNITA EUROPEA.
*Certificazione riconosciuta in CE. Solo se la presenza e il coinvolgimento da parte del giovane sarà al 100%
Entering in the Capitoline Museum you could get in touch with the Real History of Rome, with its remains and proofs of the most important city of the Ancient Times. Of course, the museum hosts many archeological works of art, but there is just one which could describe all the importance and the powerful of the Caput Mundi. A sort of animal symbol that underlines what is Rome and what could be its meaning. I am talking about the famous “SheWolf“, hosted in a room of the museum and surrounded by the name of some men who tried to improve and make larger Rome.
When you walk through the rooms of the Palazzo Conservatori, one of the palaces which form the archeological collection of the most ancient museum in the world, it is difficult to stay some minutes in front of this bronze SheWolf with two childrens in the act of drinking her milk. This simple statue which we could date back to the IV century BC, represent all the meaning of Rome. It depicts its divine origine, its powerful and eternity, the moment in which Rome started to stay in the History, making it.
Moreover the SheWolf with the Twins, Romolo and Remo, had some mysteries inside it…first of all, the archeologists are discussing about its age. We know that She is an Etruscan work and that She was realized by an Etruscan workshop. Then, we know that firstly the SheWolf didn’t have the Twins, because according to the traditions they were insert by an artist named Pollaiolo, during the final part of the XV century, when the Pope Sixtus IV decided to make a gift to Rome. The SheWolf, in fact, belonged to the treasure of the Vatican, and with this deed the Pope wanted to stay closer to Rome and its population. This gift and the SheWolf, for this reason, represent the first museum in the world, just because many works of art were given to Senate of Rome of the Renaissance. But today the archeologists think that the Twins were add by Pollaiolo copying an ancient representation and sources of the II century BC, just two century after the realization of the statue.
Then, we will stay in front of it, you should try to think about its enormous value for Rome and Romans. It was an example of the great and mythical origins of Rome: the SheWolf depicts the Nature and the Gods who decided to help Romolo and Remo, in order to create the most powerful city in the world. The SheWolf was used just for political things and propaganda. Augustus was the first to use it in order to remember to the Romans where were their origins. Hadrian, in a period in which the classical art and the memories of Rome had to improve, decided the same thing. Massenzio, when he stayed inside the Aurelian Wall waiting for Costantino and his army, tried to obtain the esteem of the population with the SheWolf…So, do you observe how She is important? A normal SheWolf who did something against her natural instinct symbolizes the entire Rome and, in a certain way, the entire of our History.
Arts in Rome Open Day is on Saturday 27 February 2016 from 18:00 – 20:00 at University of Washington, P.zza del Biscione, 95 (Campo dei Fiori), Roma.
Arts in Rome has organized the Drop-in sessions for visiting the on-going Drawing Workshop.
You can observe the Teacher lesson during the Life Drawing Model, have a Live Conference with Glenn Vilppu by Skype for know his Workshop on 19 – 29 June and more.
Open Day Program:
- 18:00 Hospitality in the Boarding Room
- 18:10 A Little presentation of Arts in Rome and our Next Workshops
- 18:15 Observe the Drawing Lesson in the Classroom
- 19:00 Live Conversation with Glenn Vilppu (Check out your Time Zone here Rome Time Zone)
- 20:00 Greetings
All those who attend the Event will have the opportunity to receive Special Discounts for the subscription of other courses.
The door of the University of Washington will be closed for safety so please contact us on the following numbers;
We will be grateful for a reservation by email to [email protected] but is not necessary.
328 1424151 (WhatsApp also)
393 9433952 (WhatsApp also)
We are wainting for you!
The Pantheon is one of the symbol of the ancient Rome, despite of its transformation in a Basilica, since the beginning of the VII century.
This wonderful and impressive monument has inspired many artists over the centuries, due to its beauty and its huge dome.
This is the reason why in Rome, on canvas or walls, we could observe decorations very similar to the ones who covered the dome of the Pantheon.
Moreover, in Rome there’s also a XVI century church, erected for the order of the Cistercensi, in which we could find a copy of the Pantheon dome.
I’m speaking about the
Church of San Bernando alle Terme
which stands not far from Via Nazionale and Piazza della Repubblica, so in the real city centre.
This sacred place has a round shape because it was built just above the remains of one of the ancient angular tower of the majestic Diocleziano’s Baths, which stood in there.
That enormous building, plenty of marble decorations, vaulted rooms and swimming pool, covered a large area, was used over the centuries for many things and aims: first of all, it became the perfect place to take materials, as marble or rock. Then, inside its rooms, was created a basilica (Santa Maria degli Angeli), and a museum (Museum of the Terme di Diocleziano). Moreover, the beautiful Church of San Bernardo alle Terme, which means Bath in italian, is the result of hard works on the ancient walls.
What do the church hosts?
A wonderful reproduction of the Pantheon dome, with its coffered ceiling and its oculus, the hole set in the centre which create a connection between the ground and the sky, the home of the Gods.
Getting into the church of San Bernardo alle Terme means to do a time travel, where we can observe how the model of the Pantheon was so famous that in Rome, after many centuries, wanted to reproduce it.
The relaxing and calm atmosphere which we could breathe here, without the crowd that each day fills the Pantheon, is a wonderful experience.
Sometimes in Rome what could seem normal or without importance can hide something special.
How it’s amazing!
.. before ending this story
Inside the church try to search the tomb of Johan Friedrich Overbeck.
Who was he?
He was an artist lived during the XIX century who found the artistic movement of the “Nazareni”, a sort of group of dandy who loved so much the Renaissance.
For this reason he wanted to depict in their paintings the pure figures and profiles of the Italian art of the XV century, when the R
enaissance was going to bring to the light.
A man who was inspired by the beauty of Rome, as the architect of the Church of San Bernardo alle Terme was inspired by the enormous heritage of the Ancient Rome…
Inside this wonderful villa, the main and the most gorgeous example of the Renaissance building in the city, Peruzzi managed to create and think something curious and beautiful: two rooms completely covered by frescos. Special frescos… We stay at the second floor of Villa della Farnesina which was commissioned by the rich man Agostino Chigi. He was a banker, lending much money to everyone, particularly Popes. For this reason his patrimony was so large, quite enormous.
Many noblemen in that period wanted to underline their power building graceful homes, plenty of artistic masterpieces.
In fact, Agostino Chigi decided to call one of the main artist of his period in order to realize his home and representative Villa: the architect was Baldassare Peruzzi, a friend of [sg_popup id=”13″]Raffaello Sanzio[/sg_popup].
Raphael too worked and embellished the villa, but today I wish to talk about to Baldassare Peruzzi, who created something incredible. Going in the first room, named “Salone delle Prospettive”, your look will be totally captured by the frescos of the wall, that haven’t no empty spaces. Everything was covered by colors and, mainly, false perspective.
What is it?
We have a perspective when the third dimension is set in a surface with just two dimensions. Peruzzi was able to create landscapes and panoramic viewpoints where there is just a wall… Moreover he used false architectural elements, as columns and balaustrades, in order to improve the sense of depth. Usually in that period the ancient art and elements which could remember the history of Rome and Ancient Greek were used to decorate villas, palaces etc. It was due to the incredible love, and sometimes mania, which developped in Rome during the beginning of the XVI century. This colorful room brought our mind in new dimensions, in a false reality which is totally different by the one that we know. But this reality is quite similar, with its ancient buildings and fantastic landscapes, to the ones which the Romans of the Empire searched in their wonderful villas outside the wall of the city centre. In this way we could understand how the Renaissance discovered another time not only the art of Rome, but also its functions.
But there is also another room at the secondo floor of Villa della Farnesina, just beyond the first hall. In this case walls are totally covered by frescos depicting historical people and deeds, with Alessandro Magno and his life as main character. The general who conquered quite the entire world with his enomrous army, arriving in India and getting in touch with numerous populations and tribes, was in that period a symbol of powerful. For this reason Baldassare Peruzzi decided to choose him, in order to create a connection with Agostino Chigi. In this way the rich man could be consider himself as a sort of man who could rule the world with his main weapon: money…
Walking through the narrow streets of Rome you will find many little things which make so beautyful and special this great city! One of them is set not far from Palazzo Madama, the seat of the Italian Senate: I’m talking about the Fountain of the Books!
More than one century ago, during the ’20 of the XX century, the Fascism regime decided to provide each single district of Rome with a fountain which could describe the peculiarities of them. The Roman quarters, named “rioni”, were created over the centuries, from the Middle Ages to the end of the XIX century. But they take their origin from the “regiones” of Augustus, formed by the princeps quite two thousand years ago. The Fountain of the Books underlines the main peculiarities of the Sant’Eustachio Rione, which is plenty of historical libraries and not only… Its name takes its origin from Saint Eustachio,
who was a Roman Soldier, according to the tradition. Obviously, he was pagan. Sometimes miracles could occur also at the Roman people, and it happened to the young Eustachio. He walked in a forest in order to capture a deer with his bow and arrows. When he was very close to the animal, he saw something incredible: the deer started to talk with him, introducing itself as Jesus. Not only this, because Eustachio admired the animal transforming and taking an human shape. From that time, Eustachio became a real Christian and due to his faith he died in Rome.
This is the reason why the fountain is provide with this great head of a deer, with its wonderful horns (a similar statue stands just above the final part of the Church of Sant’Eustachio, in the main square of the rione). They are surrounded by many books, from some water gushes flow. That heavy rock tomes symbolizes the numerous libraries in the area and particularly the palace of La Sapienza, the first seat of the University which was born in Rome in the 1300. This is the reason why this graceful fountain leans on the wall of the ancient building which hosted the University (today embellished also by a fantastic church projected by Borromini). Other little curiosity: water symbolizes also the struggle of the study. Do it similar to the sweat? And how much do you sweat after an intese study period?
So, do you want to look at this special monument? A reason for you to walk in Rome…
Usually Rome conceals hidden treasures which aren’t so easy to see. But there are also other monuments or little art masterpieces that everyone can look. For example, very close to the Pantheon, the famous ancient Roman temple changed in a Basilica, there’s a tasteful obelisk which surmounts an…elephant!
This is the history of the “Pulcino della Minerva”, that we could translate in English like “Minerva’s chick”.
Where is it?
We stay in Piazza della Minerva, a little square surrounded by a great and graceful Basilica, named Santa Maria della Minerva, a famous hotel and other two palaces.
In order to understand the history of that crazy sculpted group set just in the centre of this square, I’m to explain something about the palace which stands just next to the Basilica.
It was one of the headquartes of the Holy Inquisition, the sacred tribunal of the Christian Church that was born during the XVI century.
The main purpose of the Inquisition was to change and “improve” the mistakes in the faith of the heretic people. Sometimes this institution used to tortured that men and women who didn’t want to change their way to believe in God.
The palace was erected during the XIII Century for the Dominican order and in the XVI century was chosen like the place in which had to take place the trials against the heretics. Also Galileo Galilei got in it, forswearing what he claimed about the Universe… Moreover, according to the Christian theology, there was an aspect that leads the Inquisition deeds: the Knowledge. So, during the XVII century, when the Pope Innocenzo X decided to restore the square, embellishing Rome and his city centre, he called one of the best artist in that period: Bernini.
The Pope commissioned to the great master of art something which could underline how the Knowledge, mainly in that place, could lead the Church. And Bernini projected this graceful and brilliant sculpted group. The dynamic and wonderful Elephant, with the strong trunk moving by the wind, represents the Mind, while the obelisk symbolizes the Knowledge. The famous Egyptian artifact was brought to light after some excavations made in that area: it represented one of the decorations of the ancient Temple of Iside, one of the goddesses in Egypt, which stood there during the Roman Empire.
Bernini took his inspiration by an arcane book, very famous in Rome, named “Hypnerotomachia Poliphili”, which translates as “Polifilo’s Dream”. In one of his dreams, Polifilo saw an elephant with an obelisck, claiming: “We need to a strong mind for support the burden of the Knwoledge”. And Bernini managed to change the dream in reality, using marble and rocks.
Bernini was used to thinking about new escamotages for his creations…but we are quite at the end of the history. Ther’s just a question. Why is the name so strange? If we look the statue maybe you could think that it is a bit heavy, mainly the elephant dressed with this caparison that looks like a curtain. Why did Bernini choose it? Because the artist had many troubles with the Pope and his way to understand and live the art. Bernini in fact wanted to insert between the elephant’s paws simply an opens space. He desidered to create a sort of feeling of lightness…but the Pope denied it and Bernini changed his project. The name takes his origin from the word “Porcino”, that means a sort of insult, which develop over the centuries in the modern “Pulcino”.
[:en]All the photos of Sketch at Musei Capitolini, Rome!
It is the most amazing Museum that I never seen in my life…and the views overlookings Fori Imperiali are very stunning. I, Giampiero, Antonella, Federica and Janine for Sketch the Sculpture in the Galate Room.
Start to visit the Gallery and come with us the next event.
We start to visit the Museo…
and the simbol of Rome, The Wolf
and after one hour and half visiting all the Masterpieces, we finally start to draw at the Galate Room
and don’t forget to smile! It is Art, of course…
See you the Next Event of Arts in Rome!
25 Ottobre 2015 ai Musei Capitolini, piazza del Campidoglio, Roma
Siamo al terzo appuntamento di “Sketch at…” dell’Associazione Arts in Rome, con l’obiettivo di avvicinare gli amanti dell’arte ai Musei, Gallerie, Chiese, studiandone i capolavori, la loro storia grazie agli Storici dell’Arte dell’Associazione [sg_popup id=”2″]Flumen[/sg_popup] e disegnando con l’aiuto del Maestro [sg_popup id=”4″]Antonio Finelli[/sg_popup]
Accanto alla meravigliosa piazza del Campidoglio, disegnata da Michelangelo Buonarroti, esiste il museo pubblico piu’ antico al mondo (1471), voluto da Papa Sisto IV Della Rovere, lo stesso che ha dato precedentemente incarico a Michelangelo di dipingere la Cappella Sistina al Vaticano.
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Già con Papa Sisto IV, molte opere sono state spostate dal Vaticano o dal Quirinale verso il nuovo museo, come ad esempio la [sg_popup id=”10″]Lupa Capitolina[/sg_popup] o il Marc’Aurelio (la cui copia è nel piazzale esterno), ma, a seguito di scavi e acquisizioni, la collezione è diventata una delle più importanti di Roma e del mondo, che annovera sculture romane, egizie, del Bernini, opere pittoriche di Guido Reni, Caravaggio, Carracci, Guercino, Rubens, Pietro da Cortona, ecc..
Vedi la collezione intera dal sito Istituzionale dei Musei Capitolini
Quando e Come
Ci vediamo domenica 25 Ottobre 2015 alle 14.30 sotto la Statua di Marc’Aurelio al centro di Piazza del Campidoglio, ognuno equipaggiato con album da disegno, matite e gomma.
Iniziamo subito il percorso di visita dentro le Sale del Museo con la Guida che ne spiegherà la storia e le Opere esposte e sarà a disposizione per qualsiasi domanda.
Finita la visita che durerà circa 2 ore, prenderemo posto di fronte ad alcune opere scelte da Antonio Finelli (www.antoniofinelliarte.it) e iniziermo la nostra sessione di Disegno. Antonio vi darà alcuni suggerimenti sulla prospettiva e sulle proporzioni.
Alle 19.30 finiremo il lavoro
Data: 25 Ottobre 2015 alle 14.30
Luogo: Piazza del Campidoglio
Telefono: +39 393 9433 952
Durata: circa 5h
Ingressi: Musei Capitolini
Come arrivare: http://www.museicapitolini.org/informazioni_pratiche/orari_e_indirizzi
La partecipazione a Sketch at Musei Capitolini è di Euro 35 e comprende:
- Blocco da Disegno
- una Matita 2b
- Iscrizione all’Associazione
- L’assistenza del Tutor di Disegno
- La Visita Guidata del Museo
E’ escluso il biglietto d’ingresso al Museo, che deve essere acquistato direttamente alla Biglietteria
Grazie a 2C Arte Partner Tecnico, i partecipanti avranno in REGALO:
+ Un Sketchbook
+ Una matita 2B
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Quota di partecipazione
35 Euro + Ingresso al Museo
Pagamento anticipato obbligatorio, non rimborsabile, via Paypal o Bonifico Bancario (non contanti)
In caso di disdetta la prenotazione sarà valida per lo “Sketch At” successivo oppure è valido per un’altra persona, il cui nominativo deve essere comunicato via email a: [email protected]