The ‘atelier of visual arts’ is where the ‘expressive languages’ allow the children to explore their world, to make hypotheses, and to find strategies to help give shape to their ideas about the world around them.
This process develops the culture of the children, allowing them to imagine and invent the future, giving them a unique point of view of life, and phenomenon. For many centuries, the traditional languages have helped human beings develop ideas, and objects of art such as paintings, sculptures, architecture and construction.
All these languages allow humans to express the beauty contained inside each of them, and the beauty of the languages themselves. Now, our culture wants to substitute this language. We believe for children, the world is connected through the various languages and disciplines.
In our opinion, these traditional languages are perfectly connected, and in true harmony with the newer ‘digital languages’.