❗️ POSTPONED IN 2021 ❗️ Homo Faber: Crafting a more human future

Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship announces the decision to postpone to 2021 the event Homo Faber: Crafting a more human future. Living treasures of Europe and Japan.

 

The exact date for the second edition of Homo Faber: Crafting a more human future. Living
Treasures of Europe and Japan will be confirmed in May 2020.


 

Celebrating the best of European and Japanese craftsmanship Homo Faber shines a light on the living treasures of Europe and Japan, with 17 exhibitions showcasing master artisans and exceptional objects curated by a world-class team of leaders in their fields of design, architecture and curation. An international cultural event to celebrate Europe’s and Japan’s human skills and to link contemporary, traditional and rare craftsmanship to the world of design. Watch Japanese and European Master Artisans at work in live demonstrations, go behind the scenes to witness the unique creative processes behind fine craftsmanship, be immersed in new innovative approaches and inspired by expert voices.

 

In the magical setting of the San Giorgio Maggiore Island, Fondazione Giorgio Cini opens up its beautiful array of spaces especially for Homo Faber to showcase the excellent craftsmanship of Europe and Japan in 17 striking exhibitions. These exhibitions celebrate the diversity of materials and expertise from endangered craftsmanship to cutting-edge contemporary techniques. From live workshops, installations to conferences, film screenings and a garden exhibition, Homo Faber offers visitors an immersive programme.