Following the ancient Greek philosophers’ belief, Nature offers perfect shapes to  human souls to find their own equilibrium. Consequently, Art can be the right mirror and a spiritual path for that state of mind, where, little by little, you get in touch with the Divine, up to the deepest part of yourself….

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Art Education

An insight path to develop empathy, intuition, critical thoughts, creativeness, self esteem, harmony

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Storytelling in Art and Archaeology

A narrative and philosophical approach enlightens imagination

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A glimpse beyond bounderies: Gardens and Historical Gardens

Looking for the sense of a garden is like looking for one’s soul and consequently being  unvealed about life…

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Insight journeys through fairy tales and miths in art, litterature and cinema

to unveal symbols and archetypes and grasp the deepest  meaning of life.

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Anna Bruno, il Periegeta

From the ancient Greek word periegeomai, periegeta means “I take you around”…. 

Inspired from the Greek philosopher and traveller Pausania the Periegeta, already many years ago, in 1994,  I started my periegesi around the Eternal city and its environs, with their breathtaking gardens and landscapes, numerous art museums and archaeological sites….

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Cappella Sistina
Elohim created Adam with the Earth’s help. His name, Adam, mistakenly translated from Hebrew with the word man, as a matter of fact it is a plural name and it means human being.

As for Adamà, it is the female part of Adam. In the Bible, though, originally it was the red area (probably the desert?)  where the same two, Adam and Adamà were created. Indeed, both names, Adam and Adamà, have also a second meaning: red, from the red area they were created, before being expulsed from the Paradise and sent to Ertz (the Earth in Hebrew). On the Ertz, Adam and Adamà’s aim in life changed: since then, they have constantly been looking for their own original equilibrum…

Did Michelangelo know about all that, when he painted the Creation of Adam in the Sistine Chapel? This question and other ones will come out when, with our nose up,  we look at the most famous painting in the world.

Please, do not hesitate to ask for further information about my

1. unusual or thematic educational tours (walking or chaufered ones);

2. interactive family tours

3. Art Education trainings, seminaries and workshops;

3. lessons and conferences on historical gardens

4. cultural assistance for documentaries

 

 

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