FAQ Art, Polonia, Mai 2008

Polonia trezeste in mintea mea o multime de amintiri placute, de la ursuletii din piata publica din Varsovia, pictati cu steagul fiecarei tari, asezati intr-un fel  care simbolizeaza unitatea, pana la primul curs de origami pe care l-am tinut.Echipa a fost formata din Joao, Laura si Toni iar proiectul a durat o saptamana si a avut ca tema principala arta. Poza pe care am decis sa o arat este una de la finalul cursului de origami, inspirat a probabil de ursuletii din Varsovia.  O cazare ireprosabila, un proiect echilibrat si un grup frumos, dar cel mai impresionant ramane rapiditatea reactiilor, si bucuria cu care participantii din cele 5 tari, au primit atelierul de origami. In rest distractie, vizite, arta, mici artisti si inca alte si alte amintiri pe care le pastram cu drag…
Poland brings back to my mind a lot of good memories…like the teddy bears painted with the flag of each country to simbolise unity, which I found in the public square in Warsaw or like the first origami lesson I gave.The members of the team were Joao, Laura and Tony. The project took place during one week, having as the main subject the art. One of the pictures is taken at the end of the first origami lesson, inspired from the teddy bears in Warsaw.The accomodation was flawless, the project was balanced and we also had a beautiful group. But the most impressive thing remains the rapidity of the reactions and the joy that the participants from the 5 countries showed at the origami lesson. Besides that, we had a lot of fun, visiting, art, little artists and lots of other memories that we love remembering about. 
O surpriza placuta… A nice surprise…

                                                                             Laura Ion
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