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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Genio Fiorentino: Nemoland Event/Workshops

This is a quick info update to whom it interests: I will give workshops at the Instituto d'arte di Porta Romana and Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence within the scope of The Genio Fiorentino 2009, starting with May 20 till May 23, 2009.



Besides the workshops, there will also be an exhibition of my designs (over more than 150 rough pieces, finished works etc.) in the Gipsoteca Fiorentina at the Instituto Statale d'Arte di Firenze, from May 20 till June 6, 2009. Title: "Of Critters, Ducks And Dragons"




May 20-21: workshop - room “Aula Magna” at the “Instituto d’arte di Porta Romana”
May 22-23: workshop - room “Sala Bruno Giordano” at “Palazzo Medici Riccardi”


13 comments:

  1. si j'avais eu un peu de temps, tu m'aurais eu comme élève…

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  2. Very very beautiful works! I really envy them, because they can see you and learn from you! congratulations!!

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  3. Wow. Sounds cool. You speak italian?

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  4. Achdé! Well, YOU should teach ME, Sir!

    Mobu, many thanks! :)

    Su, thanks a lot, I wished you could come over.

    Joern! No, only a few words. There will be an interpreter... :)

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  5. Sounds great, but it's so far for me. Maybe if you give a workshop in Korea.

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  6. I hate to live here :D

    Greetings, Florian!

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  7. Have fun! I did this last year and loved every minute. Get luca to take you for steak!

    always loving your work!

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  8. Really wonderful!!! Congrats.
    I´m sure it would be a cool experience to be there!

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  9. i hope i have the time to be here!
    ;D

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  10. Lovely pieces
    Hugs
    M.Ramos

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  11. so whaooooo !
    merci de faire des choses si belles, j'en pleure de joie ! merci !!!!

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