Artistic Residencies: Recent development and public presentations EMPACT-NATFA: “WATER: MEMORY AND MOVEMENT” in Sozopol
Artistic Residencies: Recent development and public presentations
EMPACT-NATFA: “WATER: MEMORY AND MOVEMENT” in Sozopol
26 August -06 September
Artists Andrea Davanzati (sculptor, Italy), Giulia Pellegrini (painter, Italy), and Dimitris Savva (musician, Cyprus) presented on 31 August 2023 the development of their creative projects, influenced by their encounter with the “spirit and memory” of Sozopol and the sea.
Andrea will have a public presentation of his project, related to the stars, zodiac signs and water, titled “Under the same sky” on 3 September 2023 at 6 pm at the Central Beach in Sozopol. After that at 7 pm Giulia will present her artistic project “DE(oxygenation)”. In connection with the upcoming presentation, she held a creative workshop for children on the theme “Let’s Repopulate the Black Sea”, presenting paper models of various marine species and talking about biodiversity.
The three artists continue to work on their projects, seeking daily new knowledge and provocations for their development. On 4 September 2023, at 4 pm – 6 pm at the Educational-Sport base “Lazur”, Sozopol, the artistic residencies, resulting from the project EMPACT – “Water: memory and movement” will be presented and each artist will emphasize on the whole creative process and final results from the residency in Sozopol.
Dimitris will present his artistic project “Black Watering” in the field of electronic music, intertwined with visions that have connected him with the atmosphere of the city, the people and the water, as well as with the theme of the residency on 5 September 2023, at 8pm to 9pm. The venue of the event is the Architectural and Historical Complex “South Fortress Wall and Tower” ( the entrance of the complex is from 50 Milet Street): https://sozopol-foundation.com/?page_id=37415
All events are in an open, interactive and free-access format. Join us! Let’s support the great artists!
The project is realized with the financial support of the National Culture Fund
The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union under Agreement No: 101055903 – EMPACT – CREA-CULT-2021-COOP-2