We are trying to build a better world, a small community dedicated to inventing new ways of thinking, living and being..Farm Cultural Park is an Independent Cultural Center. Here art and culture are noble instruments that give the City of Favara a new identity and future dimension.
There's a place in Favara where it is permitted to multiply the eyes, amplify the ears and open the heart, lightening it. This planet is called Farm Cultural Park and who is part of it, works every day to realize a dream. If you have never been here before, don't miss the chance to be enchanted!
Kitagawara: Structural concept of the Japanese pavilion presented at Milano’s Expo 2015.
A section of the Japanese pavillion at Word EXPO 2015 located in Milan, designed by Ar. Atsushi Kitagawara, takes a second life thanks to an idea coming from Prof. Marco Imperadori from ‘Politecnico di Milano’ and the generosity of ‘Galoppini Legnami’.
Put in the trash: A stencil on 2 walls which represents Vladimir Putin, Russian Prime Minister, inside a dumpster. The artist of this work is the designer, painter, illustrator, director and stencil artist Flavio Kampah. The murals were made in August 2014. We can also notice the wordplay in the title.
Feel what I feel is an idea born in 2014 by Barbara Cammarata, using pieces of her dowry, given from her mother in 2011.
During the installation of “Bed” many people were involved for 2 months and 200.000 pins were used. She dedicated her research to the cultural and social identity. Work was made inside the gallery Farm XL in 2014, during the fifth birthday of Farm Cultural Park.
Farm Bombing is a project that connects guerrilla gardening, service design, urban strategy and social innovation. For 3 days, 500 seed bombs were distributed facing the Sicilian pavilion of Milan EXPO. The aim of this project was to give environmental benefits for the cities: a great dose of green weapons to bombard the polluted cities. .
It’s possible to attend annual courses but also individual laboratories or workshops.
Farm Cultural Park is part of a large national and international network of professionals in architecture, art and the world of education
Farm involve all architects, artists and creative people who attend or will be housed in Favara organizing research projects, conferences, workshops and insights that will enrich the cultural offer of the new school
Once Upon a Time . . .
The exhibition was curated by Giusi Messina and Jessica Mannone
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Special Thanks to Andrea Bartoli e Florinda Saieva