Together In Arts Foundation
“Imagination is more important than knowledge”
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FRASER RIVER. LIVING WORKING SPIRIT
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Snapshots from the Public Drawing at the River Fest (New Westminster, BC, September 27th, 2014)
THE ART OF GELATO 2014
“The Art of Gelato 2014” - the International Annual Children and Youth Visual Art Competition organized by Together In Arts Foundation (Canada), Bruto and Poerio Carpigiani Foundation, and Carpigiani Gelato University (Italy).
Its goals being: to encourage children and students to discover and express their inner creativity, to enhance intercultural exchange and communication through visual arts
THE ART OF GELATO (Ongoing Project)
The Art of Gelato is Back!
The project which was initiated in 2014 is back! Initially it was designed as an International Visual Arts Contest for kids and youth, however it has been modified into a global ongoing project.
Gelato, ice cream, and any other kind of frozen dessert always put us in a good mood, give us a wide smile, a lot of fun, and provide us with a source of inspiration. There are so many drawings, paintings, poems, stories, songs, music, and even dances inspired by ice cream. We can learn the history of our beloved product and people through all these artworks. So, that's why we decided to modify “The Art of Gelato”.
Anyone who loves any kind of frozen desserts, can participate in our project. Anyone can submit his or her, or collective artwork inspired by gelato or any other kind of frozen dessert. By "artwork" we mean any:
- visual artwork;
- fictional poem or short story;
- photograph or short video;
- interesting, curious, or funny notes and comments about your experience with ice cream (for example visiting ice cream store, what is good in particular ice cream store, what is curious or funny, etc.);
You can upload your artwork, poem, story, photograph, notes, and comments via our "The Art of Gelato" Facebook or Google+ pages, or e-mail us on email@example.com. It's free! Share your talent and get discovered!
Snapshots from Awarding Ceremony of "Fraser River. Living Working Spirit"
Teresa Xu, 13 (Canada) "Gelato Wonderland" and
Choi-Yun Jeong, 14 (USA) "Playing with my best friend Gelato"
Artworks of finalists published at "The Art of Gelato" page on Facebook