Invisible Languages ,Attentiveness of the Scent Comprehension of Culture through Olfactory Art.

Invisible Languages ,Attentiveness of the Scent Comprehension of Culture through Olfactory Art.

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ISLAND KEFALONIA /Greece
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Invisible Languages ,Attentiveness of the Scent Comprehension of Culture through Olfactory Art.

Invisible Languages ,Attentiveness of the Scent

Comprehension of Culture through Olfactory Art.

International Art and Research Workshop instructed by Ellen Petruzzella.

 

https://ellenpet713.wixsite.com/smellinkefalonia 

 

Location : Greek Island Kefalonia

Time : May-June  2019

1st Session:  May 2nd- 9th

2nd Session : June 20-27th

Venue : Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture ,  www.ionionartscenter.gr

Applications : ionionartscenter@gmail.com

Deadlines for applications: 1st session,  April 15th 2019

                                                   2nd Session May 30th 2019

Terms/Conditions /Fees : ionionartscenter@gmail.com /or/ info@ionionartscenter.gr

Contact &Information: ionionartscenter@gmail.com /or/ionionartscenter@gmail.com

Eligibility : The International Open Call  is addressed to All  with focus to artists & designers all disciplines,  anthropologists, scientists, writers, wellness professionals, filmmakers, writers, photographers.

The Class Explores the possibilities of preserving and sharing cultural memories of place, time, and experience in different creative ways through plant-based ingredients in olfactory-focused artwork, answer to the globalization  influences  using uniformity in manufactured scents.

The Greek Island Kefalonia during  Spring 2019 is ideal and inspiring location to communicate this awareness across boundaries of time, language and geography, and through the intersection of art, archaeology, science and mythology.

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Ionion Center For The Arts And Culture
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