The “Freedom for Education, Culture and Sport” Association encouraged international artists in calligraphy ✍️ to summon their creative self in order to reflect Biodiversity, the human-nature relationship in their captivating artwork, that is, honouring the theme of the first edition of the ExpoCaligrafia International project our organisation is happy to bring into being. This way, professionals in the art of calligraphy from all corners of the world – Europe, North America, Asia and Latin America – have poured their artistic genius into outstanding works of superlative artistry.
Through the ”ExpoCaligrafia International” project, we intend to:
- present how the art of calligraphy has evolved over time by comparing ancient manuscripts with 19th century documents written by Queen Elisabeth of Romania herself and with modern calligraphic works pertaining to skilled calligraphers from all over the world
- encourage the exchange of ideas and concepts relating to the world of art and international culture
- unveil the particularities of handwriting in various languages and cultures around the world
- support international visual artists gain the recognition they deserve for their expertise
- raise awareness on the human-nature relationship in a unique manner.
The International Calligraphy Exhibition, containing the art pieces submitted to our project, has been open to the public in three different periods, in venues provided by our partners as follow:
24th – 30th of October 2019, at the Romanian Culture Institute
8th of November – 15th of December 2019, at the “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History
23rd of January – 2nd of February 2020, at the Museum of Art, Cluj-Napoca