Saturday 17 October at 3 pm and 4.30 pm
Workshop for all - What remains
With Alessandro Bonaccorsi
The second appointment of the new cycle of workshops for all is with Alessandro Bonaccorsi, visual designer and illustrator, founder of Disegno Brutto.
On Saturday 17 October at 3 pm and 4.30 pm, Alessandro Bonaccorsi leads the workshop "What remains - Visiting a museum with Disegno Brutto" at Punta della Dogana.
A museum is a place where inspiration can be found, where medidation can take place. The free and non-judgmental approach developped by Disegno Brutto invites the participants to establish a dialogue with the works on view and spaces of the museum and to collect their impressions, emotions, ideas and thoughts in a notebook.
This memory work aims to find what remains in the memory, what is locked inside: these are keys that enable us to relive an experience whenere we wish to.
Each participant is invited to bring a notebook and drawing material, if they have any.
How to participate
The workshop is open to adults and children, from 8 years of age and older.
Participation is free. Registration is requested. The workshop is full, to be put in the waiting list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org