For all participants in all mediums who are interested in the philosophical questions surrounding the art form from ancient to modern times.
Visitors will be inspired by this personal journey – a quest for ‘keeping the fire’, the glimpses of perfect balance.
A series of lectures by international artist Tovi Karidi and special guests discussing the following issues:
- What is art?
- What is design?
- Who is an artist?
- Clarification of traditional definitions of art.
- The conflicts, harmony and consequences of the process of art and design linked to framework, plans and association.
- Art as a result of metaphysical experience.
- What is objectivity?
- Knowledge and consciousness.
- Moving back to the source.
- Evaluation of results.
- Activities in art that influenced the world and society.
- Skills, materials and knowledge of your material.
- Harmony, dimensions, directions, lines and points.
- Perceptions of musical notes, color and movement in relation to art.
- Morals, values, ethics and the question of universal ethics.
- Constitution of the individual artist.
- The connection between art and tradition.
- The meeting of tradition and technology.
- Sharing Tovi’s personal experience of returning to the source and combining ancient knowledge with modern technology.
- Ancient languages and perception.
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Kli-kibul artistry ©
From the ancient Hebrew word “kli” meaning vessel and “kibul” meaning to receive.
The artist is a vessel which receives and accepts his life experience and pours it out creatively for others to enjoy.
The Kli-kibul artist applies his accumulated experience, talent, knowledge, philosophy, creativity and resources through the medium of his choice (music, dance, fine-art) etc.
The Kli-kibul movement encourages a mutual-exchange and sharing between artists on a journey to self-reliance and insight while offering society a glance at their discoveries.
This active exchange of creative expression encourages and promotes a wide spectrum of craft and skills to enable the artist to construct his vision. He utilizes his artistry to give birth to his creation.
When a group of artists gather to produce a collective piece, the uniqueness of each artist is defined. Whether a team worker or an individualist, the qualities are revealed.
With Tovi as the initiator and originator of Kli-kibul, he will guide the promising young artists and give them direction and tuning to enhance their skills. He will also bring in other established artists to give their input and encourage and inspire the learners.
This is the basic manifest of Kli-kibul.
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Please email Maiyan on firstname.lastname@example.org or +230 59794311 for latest program