An exhibit of the works realized in the workshops at the Spazio Donna San Basilio in Rome
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To showcase the artistic products created by the beneficiaries of the Libera(r)te project and the process of experimentation with artistic languages as a form of expression of self and one’s life. To allow the inhabitants of the San Basilio quarter to come into contact with art, enabling a multitude of artistic languages to break into the daily life of the quarter and affect even those who did not expect to be interested
50 girls and women, and 30 minors, who frequent the Spazio Donna San Basilio; interested public
During 2023, the project foresees the organization of various events to share the products from the different workshops conducted by Progetto Libera(r)te. The events will be held not only at the Spazio Donna San Basilio but also in other places in the quarter and the area frequented by the inhabitants in order to acquaint as many people as possible both with the Spazio and its activities – both the artistic products and the creative process through which they were created. In particular, an exhibit is planned of the posters produced in the real-life drawing workshop, as is the dissemination of posters from the OSTINATE of San Basilio in different places of the quarter; an exhibit/event entitled “Letters from the Past”; an exhibit of the ceramics repaired in the Kintsugi workshop; and the staging of a performance and the products of the improvisational theatre workshop. The main idea is to create free occasions for the public to come into contact with different art forms – not as seen from a distance and only in an institutional context but close up, filling the daily spaces and built from bottom up, spreading a model of a participatory and inclusive society. This would enable the San Basilio quarter, which is on the outskirts both geographically but also socially and culturally, to come into contact with stimulus that is often denied them, enabling the population of the quarter to experience the importance and centrality of different artistic languages in the improvement of the context in which one lives
The images, graphics, audio, symbols, drawings, photographs and text contained in this website cannot be used, reproduced or published in any form and/or by any means and/or by any channel, entirely or in part, by third parties without express prior written authorisation from the Foundation.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.
3rd Party Cookies
This website uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors to the site, and the most popular pages.
Keeping this cookie enabled helps us to improve our website.
Please enable Strictly Necessary Cookies first so that we can save your preferences!