In questa pagina: particolari di tre vetrine della mostra tenutasi a Firenze ad Art 2004; locandina della mostra di Oristano. In this page: details of three showcases of the exhibition held in Florence at Art 2004; poster of the Oristano exhibition.
The interesting meeting “The protection marks help the export of the Italian artistic craftsmanship” held in Florence and the next exhibitions of Oristano, Assemini and Lodi confirm the intense programme of the ongoing activities In Florence on 28th April, within ART 2004, was held a meeting full of ideas organized by “Artex” and included into the ACTA Project, programme financed by the Ministry of the Productive Activities and run by the Ceramic Centre Agency of Faenza, attended by institutional representations, economists and sector experts, who agreed on the importance of the mark Artistic & Traditional Ceramic which identifies the excellence and uniqueness of the Italian artisan ceramic culture, of its rooting into the territory, into the styles and the history of each of the 33 Municipalities of ancient tradition gathered in AICC. Oristano, “Ceramics of Italy” 3rd-25th July 2004 The exhibition organized by the Ceramic Towns Italian Association is part of the three weeks of historical and archaeological exposition and of artisan demonstrations dedicated to the ceramic tradition of Oristano, with about one hundred hand-manufactured items coming from the 33 Municipalities which can put the d.o.c.g. mark of the Artistic & Traditional Ceramic to their works.
Assemini (CA), “Ceramics of Italy” 28th July – 10th September 2004 From Oristano to Assemini: the two principal towns of the Sardinian artistic ceramic pass each other the baton of the representation exhibition of the Ceramic Towns Italian Association incorporated into the ACTA project. An opportunity for tourists to admire and appreciate the ceramic art expressed by the 33 Municipalities which can put the d.o.c.g. mark of the Artistic & Traditional Ceramic to their works.
Lodi, “Autumn belongs to Lodi” 25th September – 17th October 2004 Also this year the Municipality of Lodi promotes “Autumn belongs to Lodi”, a series of events for the revival of traditional and commercial artisan activities, exploiting the artistic and typical aspects of the territory, and creating appeal and touristic interest in the “Old Lodi” traditional ceramics, the craftsmanship in its many expressions, the artistic associationism and the gastronomic tradition.
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