CARPET project: Tres Culturas publishes ‘Let’s make it public’, a selection of articles on developing audiences and marketing the arts
A valuable selection of articles on developing audiences for the arts and cultural industries which have been written by professionals.
CARPET summer camp: `How to undertake the creation of a digital product starting with the design´ workshop
It’s a very practical workshop which shows, through a real project, how to undertake the design of a digital product from the wireframes phase up to the transfer to development.
The Fundación Tres Culturas’ (Three Cultures Foundation’s) CARPET (Craft, Art and People Together) Project continues with its intense programme even
The session will allow participants to begin or to further their knowledge of lettering or learn how to turn a letter sketch into an attractive and useful design step by step.
Her work finds means of expression through painting, sculpture and installations with which she develops an iconography that brings value to forms that evoke architecture, the environment and the human being.
Designer and potter Marco Terranova will carry out a study on the connections between and the continuity of the traditional Andalusí ceramics and the current Fez ceramics.
The results of the CARPET project are presented at the Feria Internacional do Artesanato in Lisbon, Portugal
This display, which is entitled The CARPET Twist, will later be shown in Assilah (Morocco) and Seville.
This workshop is aimed at any professional or entrepreneur interested in cultural management and offers participants a global and up-to-date vision of how audience development is understood at a European level.
This encounter, given by expert in cultural audiences Pepe Zapata, is aimed at all professionals from public and private entities, entrepreneurs and experts in communication, marketing, education, mediation and user service.
Within the framework of the CARPET project, Rabadán will be spending from the 25th of May to the 2nd of June at Cornwall with other artists to fusion painting with other disciplines such as crafts and design.
Photo: Víctor Gascon The Fundación Tres Culturas’ (Three Cultures Foundation) CARPET Project invites you to take part in a series of
For two days, ten artists will be working on a 44-metre long mural to create a collection work of art inspired by popular and local Triana traditions and the artist Marifé.
A marvellous opportunity to find out more about various graphic designs and see their workplaces in the centre of the city of Seville.
This encounter allows us to discover the professional careers, impressions, opinions and points of view of these brilliant professionals, winners of prizes both in Spain and abroad.
With the support of two designers, this activity proposes the challenge of redesigning the typical Sevillian tile that uses the dry cord technique.
This workshop is a practical one of initiation into italic brush calligraphy to obtain calligraphy compositions in a very recognisable style.
Within the framework of the Fundación Tres Culturas’ (Three Cultures Foundation’s) CARPET project, Sevillian artist Marta de Pablos, who specialises in ceramics, is working in the Moroccan locality of Assilah for a month.
Artist Anne Wilson creates her pieces in felt using wool fibres that are physically entwined and set employing mechanical techniques along with chemical reactions and humidity.
The CARPET Project invites you to take part in a series of encounters relating to developing of audiences and increasing the loyalty of the different members of the public who take part in activities related to culture and the arts.
The Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) invites you to take part in a creative wool felt workshop given by
Sara Meli Melo is spending the month of March on one of the artistic residencies offered by the Foundation within the framework of the CARPET project.
Textile artist Estela Melo, creator of the company Ovelha Mãe, is one of the Portuguese artists who is in residency in Seville in March as part of the CARPET project activities.
The CARPET project presents, for the first time in Andalusia, a selection of the designs that Ernesto Naranjo has created as a result of his own personal search within the realms of art and design.
Following Moroccan artist Hamza El Fasiki’s residence in in Cornwall, UK, the CARPET project is receiving British artist OVERLAP in Seville.
The CARPET (Craft Art and People Together) Project brings together a selection of artists, designers, architects and creatives in general
CARPET (Craft Art and People Together) has a clear commitment to bringing the people closer to the artists, promoting encounters
Among the activities that make up the CARPET project, highlights The Twist. It is an initiative aimed at facilitating mobility
Flying CARPET begins its actions in the framework of the celebration of the World Wide Knitting Day in Public 2018.