Captivating mysteries about Cucuteni culture from renowned ceramists and painters awaits for you this weekend in the second series of master-classes in the Cucuteni International Art Camp 2016. Master-classes are held at the Training Center and Recreation Moldtelecom in Ivancea Orhei.
A real history lesson about calligraphic characters from different cucutenian objects will be held by Florin Gheorghiu from Romania. With Galina Vieru from Moldova, you can try to reproduce cucutenian ornaments and learn the art of painting on scarves. Lithuanian artist Rytis Konstantinavićius, will show you ancient and original modeling techniques of ceramics from its region of origin.
On Sunday, we kindly invite you to the world of painting and ceramics when three talented artists will share the secrets in few workshops. Along with Julian Vârtopeanu from Romania, you can create true works of pottery – figurines, animals, etc. Emilia Krankowska from Poland will challenge you to try some alternative methods of working with ceramics and with Iliana Gheorghiu from Romania, you will enjoy few hours discovering the meaning of the ornaments of Cucuteni civilization during Neolithics in Transylvania.
Hurry up, seats are limited!
The mentor of the Cucuteni International Art Camp 2016 is the Azerbaijan ceramist Mir-Teymur Mamedov.
The event is supported by Bemol – general partner, Moldova Agroindbank, Lukoil-Moldova, USAID Moldova, Chateau Vartely and Moldtelecom.
Media partners: Afisha.md, Zugo.md, Diez.md, Moldova.org, Комсомольская Правда в Молдове (kp.md), Locals.md, Allmoldova.com, UNIMEDIA.info, Noi.md, Timpul.md, Realitatea TV, Realitatea.md.
For more information about Cucuteni International Art – Camp 2016: https://www.facebook.com/events/1523602027946820/