Kids Guernica & Third Paradise : Art for Change and Peace



On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition of Kids-Guernica and the Peace International Project, Espronceda is delighted to present the Art Webinar:

Art for Change and Peace: Before, During and After Coronavirus

23rd of July at
Barcelona: 16h
Tokyo: 23h

Havana: 10h
London: 15h

The Webinar will be transmitted LIVE on Our Youtube Channel.

The aim of the webinar is to reflect on the role of the art in society, On this occasion, the experience of the Rebirth project of Michelangelo Pistoletto and Cittadellarte will be shared across the world through its embassies. We’ll discuss how art can change the world through its best practices. The experience of Cuba and the Embassy of the Third Paradise will be presented in their involvement with the local community and the Rebirth Forum. From Tokyo, the experience of Kids-Guernica the Children Peace project will be presented, also a sustainable project in Nepal in collaboration with Third Paradise. We’ll also discuss the experience of the social project Guernica Remaking.

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Espronceda – Institute of Art & Culture
in collaboration with the Peace International Project #Kids’Guernica,
and the #ThirdParadise of Michelangelo Pistoletto and Cittadellarte
is delighted to present the Peace Exhibition
in occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Kids’-Guernica
and the 5th anniversary of collaboration with Third Paradise

On that Occasion will be organised also a Webinar!

Curated by Takuya Kaneda and Savina Tarsitano
The ten-year collaboration of the Third Paradise ambassador and artist Savina Tarsitano and the Ambassador and Professor Takuya Kaneda – Otsuma Women’s University Tokyo – international coordinator of Kids’ Guernica, led to the creation of the Third Paradise cooperative canvases.

The exhibition will be under the patronage of the European Culture Parliament (ECP)
in collaboration with the Third Paradise Cuba, University of Brighton, Guernica Remaking, Tutti Frutti Children Language School of Brussels, Ecolint Centre des Arts, Geneva. The project will be linked with the Peace park festival in Nagasaki and the International partners in the world.

In the occasion of the exhibition will be launch a worldwide participatory project to create a global work: “Let us be connect with art and creativity after and during Pandemic time of the Covid-19” with the new project “Hearts of Earth”
to share solidarity and peace acroos culture and to protect our planet
Founders and Curators Savina Tarsitano and Takuya Kaneda


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