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Pier Paolo Pasolini
Italian Language School since 1980
Italian in Italy
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Sculpture courses
Italian culture courses

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Our friend and sculpturer Maestro Mimmo die Cesare will hold a "Stage di Cultura". The class will take place Monday through Friday in the afternoon (3:20 – 6:30 pm) at Via Demi No. 5. Participants decide for themselves what they want to sculpture. In the first class, the work is planned by a sketch that is then used to realize the object.

We use soft materials like for example as well as alabaster in a second stage. The material will be provided, and the finished artwork can be kept by the participants. Also, a visit to Mimmo di Cesare’s studio is planned to learn about some of his work and Techniques. On the last night, the whole group enjoys a dinner at a good seafood restaurant.

Every first Monday in April, May, June, and September.
Price per week: Euro 290,-
Group size: From 6 to 10 Persons
Accommodation can be booked at one of our offices.

Alabaster Carving at Castiglioncello

Castiglioncello and Alabaster: a new course for carving in alabaster, the stone that enables you to experience further dimensions in art.

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Christian I. Peintner, the Austrian artist with his roots in Italy, is drawn several times a year to Castiglioncello in pursuit of his creative
work. The seminars which he gives spread beyond geographical borders to break new bounds in his artistic medium. These multi-national seminars range over the week from drawing and painting in water-colour and oils to encompass carving in soap-stone, as ‘extending the creative endeavour to other media develops the creative powers’ as the artist himself says; so in this way the creative abilities are developed.


Christian l. Peintner Participants on the course can further their knowledge of alabaster carving in the region of Volterra, which is historically associated with alabaster and a world centre for the material. As alabaster has the happy facility, like soap-stone, of being easy to carve, the resulting work of art will always give a special degree of pleasure to the artist.

The artist reveals that ‘Alabaster and soap-stone both yield their form by the simple use of chisel, rasp and glass-paper. The result cannot fail to please, and under tuition, the artist’s creative ideas can soon be brought to fruition. Alabaster, which is slightly translucent in character, was formerly used in church window decoration, as well as for purely decorative objects and even to enhance humble, everyday items of all kinds. There is a special technique that can make it look like marble.’

spring session
autumn session

May 2015

October 2015

1 week’s course: From €250; excluding painting materials, stone and tools.



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