“The City and the Water” workshop ends. “The City and the Water” … exhibition begins!


As “The City and the Water” workshop draws to a close, “The City and the Water” opens as an exhibition of the works and projects produced during the course of the month-long international workshop – at the Chiostro di Sant’Agostino, in Pietrasanta.

The opening reception is a day-long affair featuring talks … and more ART.  It is tomorrow, Sunday, the 14th of September, at 10:30am.

The workshop’s Director, Roberto Pierini together with João Nunes (Scientific Director), Adolfo Natalini and Alessandra Capanna will discuss the projects that have been produced by the workshop. They will evaluate, together with the workshop participants, the general direction of, and actual execution of the projects, some of which have been produced with the technical intervention of the “I 2 Luoghi” open laboratory.

Domenico Lombardi, Pietrasanta’s mayor will kick off the opening reception together with Rossano Forassiepi, the city’s Director of Urban Planning, Antonio Bartelletti, the President of CAV, and Alessandro Romanini, the Artistic Director.

Visit the workshop’s fb page, for more info, linked here.





“The City and the Water”
From September 14th to 19th of September, 2014.
Chiostro di Sant’Agostino
Hours: from 9:30am to 1pm and from 7pm to midnight.

Previously on Art is Life:

“The City and the Water” workshop examines architecture, art and design for the Marina di Pietrasanta waterfront

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