MANIFESTO POETICO
 

SARTORI

in collaboration with

MANIFESTO POETICO

 
 
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THE SARTORI FAMILY

& MANIFESTO POETICO

In 2018 the Centro Maschere e Strutture Gestuali and Museo Internazionale della Maschera - Amleto e Donato Sartori started a collaboration with Manifesto Poetico where our students and contributing artists can access a scholarship at the Sartori's International Workshop: ART OF THE MASK IN COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE.  

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[Info Sartori’s Workshop]

 Paola Piizzi, Carlos García Estévez, Sarah Sartori and Donato Sartori. Centro Maschera e Strutture Gestuali. Abano Terme-Padua (ITA), 2004.

Paola Piizzi, Carlos García Estévez, Sarah Sartori and Donato Sartori. Centro Maschera e Strutture Gestuali. Abano Terme-Padua (ITA), 2004.

 
 
 
 
 

THE SARTORI FAMILY & CARLOS GARCIA ESTEVEZ

"a lifelong collaboration"

 
 Donato Sartori and Carlos García Estévez, Amsterdam 2008

Donato Sartori and Carlos García Estévez, Amsterdam 2008

Sartori’s work has been a major influence on Carlos, who was inspired by their initial encounter in 1999 to begin his exploration of the Architecture of Gestures and the Anthropology of the Mask.

Carlos has collaborated with Donato Sartori as a movement teacher, actor, and translator at conferences and festivals internationally. He has also served as Laboratory Assistant for Donato during the annual seminarArt of the Mask in Commedia dell’Arte.

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MUSEO INTERNAZIONALE DELLA MASCHERA

AMLETO E DONATO SARTORI

Directed by Paola Piizzi

The International Museum of Masks, Amleto and Donato Sartori is an integrated museum-center to promote and enhance culture, arts and entertainment. A modern, dynamic, experimental museum, unique in the world with materials to be seen and used, open to young people who want to learn the art of masks, but also to scholars who wish to discuss this topic. [ Visit the Museo ]

 
 Tartaglia by Sartori

Tartaglia by Sartori

CENTRO MASCHERE E STRUTTURE GESTUALI

Directed by Sarah Sartori

The Centro Maschere e Strutture Gestuali was founded in 1979 by Donato Sartori, the scenographer Paolo Trombetta and the architect Paola Piizzi. The CMSG is constituted as a multidisciplinary research group that engages in the study of the various ethnological, anthropological and spectacular aspects that involve the reality of the body mask or gestural structures, the mask of the environment or urban masking. The Center organizes seminars, exhibitions and performances in the United States, Canada, South America, Japan, China, Russia, Africa, Indonesia and throughout Europe. It also organizes the Seminar - International THE ART OF THE MASK IN COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE, a unique training opportunity for students from different countries, creating opportunities for cultural promotion of the territory.

 
 

Paola Piizzi, Donato Sartori, Dario Fo and Carlos García Estévez

in the Festival Way Of The Masks: The Art Of The Masters. Padua 2010

 

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