open call for entries to the new edition of Miniartextil 2023.
The call is open to artists, designers, teachers and students of artistic disciplines who propose
a work made with textile techniques and/or materials; in fact, the purpose of the exhibition is to promote
and popularize textile art as an expressive medium of contemporary art, highlighting its
techniques and methods of realization.
You can download the regulations here :
Friday, 16, December 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Esoteric evening cards
For reservations firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist workshops for children 6 – 13 years old – one and half hour
Sunday, December, 11 at 3 pm
Other appointments being defined
Reservation at email@example.com
Guided tours at the exhibition with the artists in collaboration with Delegazione FAI Como.
Sunday, 4, December 10 am 12 am 2 pm 4 pm
Information at firstname.lastname@example.org
For children 6 – 12 years old
Tuesday, 27, December – 31 2022*
Every day from 9 am to 5 pm with the exception of Friday, 31, December from 9 am to 2 pm.
A week to spend days under the banner of fantasy, contemporary art, experimenting with many different languages.
For info and reservations email@example.com
Miniartextil awaits you from Saturday, October 15 to Sunday, January 8 2023 at Villa Olmo, Como. The exhibition will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.
October, 16, 2022 – January, 8, 2023
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm
Last entry at 5.30 pm
From Saturday, 19, February, Miniartextil will open in Paris at Le Beffori, Montrouge; the new exhibition will be open untill Sunday, 13 March every day from 12 am to 7 pm with free admission.
Waiting for the official inauguration of the four exhibitions that make up the thiertieth edition of Miniartextil, it's possible to visit the exhibition's backstage at Piancoteca Civica, Via Diaz 84, Como, writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 031.4492481.
From Saturday, 19 September to Sunday, 1 November, a work by Daniela Frongia will be at Palazzo Marliani Cicogna - Busto Arsizio. The Sardinian artist works with fabrics suc as wool, cotton and linen to create contemporary weaving installations. To visit the Museum click here