The embroidery revisited by some young creatives able to present the artefacts and accessories in an alternative and innovative way.
In thia area: Alessandra Rossi who creates home-made accessories entirely hand-sewn ; Jelena Savelijeva presenting the Lunéville embroidery and Goldwork technique; Laura Tremolada who deals with restoration and recovery of materials telling the story behind every fabric and ancient object; Monica Gorza with the double and inseparable "embroidery and tarot"; Patrizia Silingardi with the very special Japanese watercolor, fresh and bright inside her embroideries; Magliamo’ with the Plastic Canvas.
A trip through the rediscovery of those ancient techniques and gestures that were handed down with pride from generation to generation: embroidery and lace.The Schools and the Embroidery Associations will present activities, courses and demonstrations dedicated to these passions.
Here's who they are: Anna Vigo, Arditi Patrizia - The Hobby of Working, "Arti & Pensieri" of Armanni Adriana, Association "Il Friuli Ricama", Association "Il Ricamo", Cultural Association "Il Ricamo Prenestino", Cultural Association "Il Quadrifoglio", Cultural Association "Il Filo che conta", Cultural Association "Mettiamoci un punto", Association "Punto Cologna", “Elisabetta Ricami” of Elisabetta Sforza, "Gubbio Ricama”, “Il Cerchio Ricama”, “Il Punto Antico”, Embroidery lab of Flaminia Alagna, “La mi cocca”, "Monteforte Ricama" of Losco Emanuela, “Per Filo e Per Segno”, “Pordenone Ricama”, Sonia Bisighin, “Urbino Ricama”, GAL with the excellence of the Umbrian schools.
Straight form “Macramé e Margarete a palazzo” catwalk at Palazzo Barbarano in Castelgomberto (VI), elegant dresses, handy accessories and beachwear arrive to Abilmente Vicenza.
They feature essential shapes, enriched by macramé laces and beads of Deruta majolica. This exhibition is an authentic style and originality invasion to let you enchant and inspire by this world made by macramé, laces and braiding.