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F Fotovest Re Lut 02 10 2010
Timisoara

RE lut – expozitie interactiva de ceramica remixata


- ceramica arhaica, restaurata, traditionala, de arta contemporana -
Este mestesugul traditional pe cale de disparitie? Este arta ceramicii o „necunoscuta" pentru publicul larg sau greu accesibila? Decorativ sau functional? Sau si una si alta?
Aspecte menite sa imbogateasca perceptia asupra ceramicii, in general, in toate formele sale de manifestare, vor fi prezentate in cadrul evenimentului RE lut - prima expozitie interactiva de ceramica remixata - organizata de catre Asociatia Re cult, la Muzeul Satului Banatean din Timisoara, in parteneriat cu Facultatea de Arte si Design – Universitatea de Vest Timisoara si Astronaut Kru in perioada 2-3 octombrie 2010. RE cult aduce intr-o maniera inedita mestesugurile in urban si arta in rural.

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RE clay - pottery exhibition interactive remix

- Archaic pottery, restored, traditional, contemporary art -
It is endangered traditional craft? It is a ceramic art of the unknown or hardly accessible to the public? Decorative or functional? Other or both?
Meant to enrich perception aspects of ceramics, in general, in all its manifestations, will be presented during the event RE clay - the first interactive exhibition of ceramics remix - organized by the Association of Re worship Timisoara Banat Village Museum, in partnership Faculty of Arts and Design - Western University in Timisoara and Astronaut Kru 2-3 October 2010. RE art presents in an unique manner crafts and art in rural areas.

a link to the press notice (in Romanian)

http://www.timisoreni.ro/evenimente/expozitii/RE_lut_prima_expozitie_interactiva_de_cerami.html

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