Ciambr’art, aRks3d innovation, Christmas 2015, Monreale

Posted on 22 December 2015 by Super User

Ciambr'art placed into the historic district behind the Cathedral of Monreale, now Unesco World Heritage, is an open-air gallery. The Arab-Norman town is rediscovered as perfect destination for Christmas week.
For Christmas, the district Ciambra, one of the oldest and most historic place of the town (here lived the workers engaged in the construction of the Cathedral), proposes to come alternative destination for tourists and residents.
For three days, December 18 to 20, it will present "Christmas Ciambr'art", transforming for a weekend the town in a space of aggregation and sharing, where art, design, architecture and craft will meet in order to enrich the cultural center.
From the idea of two young designer, Rosanna Romano, aRks3d and Claudia Di Mitri, Talìa, "Christmas Ciambr'Art" ranges over music to crafts, trough food and architecture, photography and design. The Ciambra’s shops and ateliers, opened until late night to offer to visitors a path between ancient and contemporary creative ability. Free 3D printing workshops by aRks3d encourage knowledge of 3d technologies and innovations.


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