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THE STORE WINDOW OF MONSELICE ARE PAINTED BY FAIRY-TALES REALIZED BY YOUNG BOYS OF THE TERRITORY
On the occasion of the Terre di Fiaba exhibition, the shops of the historic center have been painted by young local artists who have reinterpreted some fairy tales proposed in the exhibition, realizing on the windows of the illustrations that tell of lands and traditions far from Africa, India, Oceania, the Far East, from Russia, from the Arctic regions, from Mexico, from Brazil, from Armenia and from Chile. A visual installation that brings Monselice into the world of fairy tales.
One of the essential parts of a movie lies on writing: a film comes alive from a screenplay which describe and define an imaginary world. But what happen when a film is based on a book or on a theatrical piece?
In March 2018 Villa Pisani will host this exhibit which consists of educational visits, creative labs and animated readings. A fairy tales anthology from "Le immagini della fantasia" edited by Franco Cosimo Panini in collaboration with S. Zavřel Foundation will be presented. 80 illustrations of fairy tales and legends from Africa, India, Oceania, Far East, Russia, Arctic Region, Mexico, Brasil and Chile will be shown. A journey in the fairy land created by the fantasy of many international illustrators.
Kind of dance in constant evolution, Tango is the musical expression of a country, Argentina, as well as a form of communication shared by a wide range of different cultures. It is a source of inspiration and an influential element on the artistic process for everybody who is fascinated by it, in Italy and all over the world. Famous tango artists are italian immigrants: Enrique Santos Discepolo, Francisco Canaro, Anibal Troilo, Osvaldo Pugliese, Juan D’Arienzo, Enrique Cadiamo, Pasquale Contursi author of the first lyric of the tango canción, Piero Fontana (a.k.a. Hugo del Carril), Astor Piazzola.
In conjunction with the exhibit "Fairy Land", we offer the viewing of fictional and animated films which narrate faraway lands and let the audience discover new cultures and incredible landscapes.
Registration is now open to participate in the working group for young videomakers under 35 of Gal Patavino, whose purpose is to discover, promote and promote the rural territory through the production of audiovisual materials: short documentaries, video clips and commercials.
The creative group that will deal with identifying themes and places of the story and then dedicate themselves to the writing and production of the products will be directed by Marco Segato, director of "The skin of the bear" and a candidate for the David di Donatello. The meetings and post-production work will be held in the spaces of Villa Pisani in Monselice from February, while shooting and editing will take place in the territory of Gal Patavino from March.