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Academies and art schools

Publié le 21 mars 2018

 

From May 15th to June 10th, 2018 – Scladina Cave, rue Fond des Vaux 339, 5300 Andenne

20 & 21.05.2018 – Several places, see “Parcours Off”

Several academies and schools of fine arts participate once again in this unique contemporary ceramics event. This is an opportunity to discover emerging artists works.
In 2018, the Selection Committee has chosen among the applications of dozens of students from art academies and art schools in North and South Belgium. For the first time, we will have the opportunity to exhibit the works of students from the Faculty of Applied Arts of Belgrade (Serbia). Most of these art works will be exhibited in the natural setting of the Scladina Cave during CAA 2018.

Some large installations of students from several academies will be visible to the public on May 20th and 21st, 2018 on “Parcours Off”.

Selected Academies: Academy of Fine Arts Huy, BKO Kunstschool Overijse, School of Fine Arts Wavre, Stedelijke Kunstacademie Tielt.

Guest Academy: Fakultet primenjenih umetnosti (Faculty of Applied Arts), Belgrade, Serbia.

Opening times: from May 15th to June 10th, 2018 : Tuesdays to Fridays, from 2 pm to 7 pm (please note: exceptional closing on June 8th, 2018). Special opening: May 20th & 21st, 2018 (Pentecost weekend) : 10 am to 6 pm; June 3rd & 10th, 2018 : 2 pm to 6 pm.

http://www.scladina.be/

Scladina Cave:

Scladina Cave is one of the major Belgian prehistoric sites, the only one still being excavated and accessible to the public.

High up on the side of a small valley adjacent to the Meuse, Scladina offers a breathtaking view of the Fond des Vaux and allows easy access to the plateau overlooking the valley of the Meuse.

On site, in the heart of the cave, visitors discover the different facets of archeology and can observe the excavators who operate a few meters from them: this is unique. They can see how the remains are identified, examine the working tools and ask their questions directly to the staff.

It is in this jewel of limestone, between stalactites and stalagmites, under a harmonious light, that the ceramics of the students of the Academies will be magnified.

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