Since ancient times, human beings have had the impulse to model, sculpt and carve the material around them, bringing out the latent essence in it.
– Make sculptures with clay, discovering the surprising creativity of your hands.
– Create forms that change and transform, to give you the opportunity to perceive the processes of time.
– Make sculptures with natural materials, to discover the beauty of nature.
– Travel the path of the human being through sculpture, from Ancient Greece and Michelangelo to the 20th and 21st century.
The artistic process encourages freedom, activates genuine thought, awakens sensitivity and creative action. It opens up an imaginative space that facilitates experimentation and knowledge.
Sculpting and modelling through a variety of methods and materials, facilitates the path of perception and dialogue, connection with oneself, with others and with nature.
Rudolf Kaesbach, Sculptor and Architect, director for 30 years of Art Education at Emerson College, Forest Row, England.
He travels to schools all over the world teaching art programmes for children and adults, in order to revalue the importance of art for human evolution and social transformation.
Rudolf Kaesbach is the person invited to guide the next Artistic Sculpture Workshop for the Educational Community “The future rests in the past”, which we are holding at the Fundació Sa Llavor on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th January 2023.
It presents a Workshop Talk open to the families of the Community on Wednesday 11 January from 15:30 to 17h. with the title “The importance of Art in Education”.
During the month of January, he will also carry out artistic processes of modelling, wood carving and stone sculpture with the children of Sa Llavor.
Rudolf Kaesbach gives a major role in education to art and direct contact with nature, the greatest of all works of art, both essential elements to counteract the effects of technology and to be able to have a balanced and healthy development that allows us to live, feel and think freely.