Category: arte solidario

Estoy muy honrada de ser parte de este gran proyecto internacional en la ciudad de Isparta. Agradezco a los curadores Keziban Ertuğrul Yildirim (Turquia) y Prabhinder Singh Lall (India) por la invitación y el gran trabajo realizado para el éxito de este hermoso evento artístico.
I am very honored to be part of this great international project in the city of Isparta. I thank the curators Keziban Ertuğrul Yildirim (Turkey) and Prabhinder Singh Lall (India) for the invitation and the great work done for the success of this beautiful artistic event.


Island country artists met in Isparta

Organized by ISPARTA Municipality and International Island Country Artists, the 1st International Culture and Art Festival was held with different activities. Isparta Mayor Şükrü Başdeğirmen said that a much more comprehensive festival will be held next year.
Organized by Isparta Municipality and International Island Country Artists, the 1st International Culture and Art Festival was held with different activities in different parts of the city. The opening of the festival, attended by 350 artists from 70 countries, took place in the art gallery of the Isparta Cultural Center. In the exhibition themed ‘illustrated letters describing the present day 100 years from now’, works sent by artists from different countries of the world for 100 years later were exhibited.


Speaking at the opening ceremony, Isparta Mayor Şükrü Başdeğirmen said, “I think we will bring out the art ore in us with this festival. It is a great honor for us that artists from 70 countries send their works. We have started the events that we took a break due to the pandemic with this festival. We will not be able to fit in this hall at the festival next year. Next year, we will host artists from other countries who are not with us this year due to the pandemic. We will announce the festival to the world,” he said.


Keziban Ertuğrul Yıldırım, one of the curators of the festival, said, “This festival is a joint project of 9 countries. We experienced the pandemic as the whole world. A large number of letters, pictures and photographs came from 70 countries. We are exhibiting them all here.” Another curator of the festival, Instructor Çetin Meydan, stated that the festival will make a great contribution to the promotion of Isparta.

FUENTE: GüNHaber / July 13,2021

Artistas del país insular se encuentran en Isparta

Organizado por la Municipalidad de ISPARTA y Artistas Internacionales del País Insular, se realizó el 1er Festival Internacional de Arte y Cultura con diferentes actividades. El alcalde de Isparta, Şükrü Başdeğirmen, dijo que el próximo año se celebrará un festival mucho más completo.
Organizado por la Municipalidad de Isparta y Artistas Internacionales del País Insular, se llevó a cabo el 1er Festival Internacional de Arte y Cultura con diferentes actividades en diferentes puntos de la ciudad. La inauguración del festival, al que asistieron 350 artistas de 70 países, tuvo lugar en la pinacoteca del Centro Cultural de Isparta. En la exposición con el tema ‘Cartas ilustradas que describen la actualidad dentro de 100 años’, se exhibieron obras enviadas por artistas de diferentes países del mundo durante 100 años después.


Hablando en la ceremonia de apertura, el alcalde de Isparta, Şükrü Başdeğirmen, dijo: “Creo que sacaremos el mineral de arte que llevamos dentro con este festival. Es un gran honor para nosotros que artistas de 70 países envíen sus obras. Hemos comenzado los eventos que nos tomamos un descanso debido a la pandemia con este festival. No podremos caber en esta sala en el festival el próximo año. El año que viene, recibiremos a artistas de otros países que no están con nosotros este año debido a la pandemia. Anunciaremos el festival al mundo ”, dijo.


Keziban Ertuğrul Yıldırım, uno de los curadores del festival, dijo: “Este festival es un proyecto conjunto de 9 países. Experimentamos la pandemia como el mundo entero. Llegó una gran cantidad de cartas, fotografías y fotografías de 70 países. Los estamos exhibiendo todos aquí ”. Otro curador del festival, el Instructor Çetin Meydan, afirmó que el festival hará una gran contribución a la promoción de Isparta.

FUENTE: GüNHaber / July 13,2021

★Un sueño compartido no es sólo un sueño, 
es una realidad!!★ 

 International #MailArt project #AboutWomen will be exhibited in Italy

 Muy contenta de anunciar la próxima exposición de mi proyecto colaborativo ABOUT WOMEN en la Capilla barroca Pilotti de la ciudad de Volvera. ITALIA. 29-30 de junio de 2019

La colección de #ArtePostal sobre a #mujer sigue su viaje por el mundo, 
más de 2200 #postales de mas de 600 #artistas!!  

Gracias mil a nuestra embajadora Marta Valls!! 

ABOUT WOMEN is an artistic, social, and demand project created by the artist Katia Muñoz. One of its main objectives is to contribute to the visibility of artists – especially creative women, create a network of information and promote interaction between artists and society on the subject of women

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This is how it stars The International Mail Art Project about Women. A collaborative project that begins with virtual calls inviting creative people (men and women) to send their postcards as part of the itinerant exhibition that travels through different cities like Amsterdam, Karlsruhe, Santa Marta, Bucaramanga, Barcelona, Madrid, Lugo, Freudenstadt, León y Bogota.

So far the organization has received over 2,200 postcards with the participation of nearly 500 artists from all continents. A true interaction between artists. The full installation is an impressive big wall dedicated to the feminine world. Which sometimes tells story loudly, sometimes whispering. It is a collection of meanings and visions of real and contemporary female world.

ABOUT WOMEN es un proyecto artístico, social y reinvindicativo creado por la artista Katia Muñoz. Uno de sus principales objetivos es contribuir a la visibilidad de los artistas, especialmente las mujeres creativas, crear una red de información y promover la interacción entre artistas y la sociedad sobre el tema de las MUJERES.

Así es como surge The International Mail Art Project About Women,  un proyecto de colaboración que comienza con llamadas virtuales que invitan a personas creativas (hombres y mujeres) a enviar sus tarjetas postales como parte de la exposición itinerante que recorre diferentes ciudades como Ámsterdam, Karlsruhe, Santa Marta, Bucaramanga, Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Lugo, Freudenstadt. , León y Bogota.

Hasta el momento, la organización ha recibido más de 2,200 postales con la participación de casi 600 artistas de todos los continentes. Una verdadera interacción entre artistas. La instalación completa es un impresionante gran muro dedicado al mundo femenino. Lo que a veces cuenta la historia en voz alta, a veces susurrando. Es una colección de significados y visiones del mundo femenino real y contemporáneo.



A Letter in Mind – A Sense of Place

Very pleased to participate for the third consecutive year of this beautiful project
linking science, art and solidarity. 
Art is a weapon of change and reflection.

Following the huge success of The National Brain Appeal’s previous three art exhibitions, ‘A Letter in Mind’ returns to gallery@oxo for a fourth year with the theme ‘A Sense of Place’.
This year’s exhibition comprises over 350 artworks which use a simple envelope as a starting point. These include beautiful, moving and thought-provoking pieces from the international art world and places as diverse as Peru, Goa and Budapest. A host of well-known artists have donated new works, including Grayson Perry, Bob and Roberta Smith, Jessica Voorsanger, Frank Kiely, Gill Rocca, Natasha Kidd, Harry Pye; illustrator Chris Haughton; actors Kevin Eldon, James Fleet, Phyllida Law and Sophie Thompson; comedians Jo Brand and Jenny Eclair; and architects Laurie Chetwood and Amin Taha.
The show also includes contributions from artists who are affected by a neurological condition – either personally or through their families and friends. The breadth of medium and interpretation of the theme ‘A Sense of Place’ has again produced an extraordinary range of engaging work. Artists have showcased places important to them personally, socially, historically or geographically.

Each artwork is exhibited anonymously and available to buy for £85 in aid of The National Brain Appeal. The artist’s name and biography will only be revealed online when sold.
As always, proceeds from A Letter in Mind will be used to help the one in six people affected by neurological conditions. Our vision is to improve the outcome and quality of life for everyone with a neuro disorder by funding pioneering research, providing access to the latest technology for expert diagnosis and treatment, and training tomorrow’s leading clinicians. We want to provide even better support for our patients, visitors and staff. Donations help fund life-saving equipment, life-changing research and better facilities for all – above and beyond what the NHS can provide.

‘A Letter in Mind’ is generously supported by The Foyle Foundation.

Dates of note:
Private View (invitation only): Wednesday 27 September 2017
Exhibition opens to the public: 11am, Thursday 28 September 2017
Exhibition ends: 6pm, Sunday 1 October 2017

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