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Atelier Azulejaria: Correspondências Cariocas – O Rio em 450 azulejos (Rio in 450 tiles)

During the 450th anniversary of the City of Rio de Janeiro, between March 1st 2015 and March 1st 2016, a project conceived and created by Atelier Azulejaria, designed a ceramic mural consisting of 450 tiles, individually created by the children of Maré neighbourhood. The project has involved forty-five students between 7 and 15 years old, … Continue reading

eu sambo eu jongo eu rio – Atelier Azulejaria, Rio de Janeiro

 eu sambo eu jongo eu rio – (I sambo I jongo I laugh/Rio) is an art project for two large ceramic tiles panels created by the artist Laura Taves / Atelier Azulejaria located in the north of Rio de Janeiro on a stretch of road Transcarioca, between the districts of Campo Grande, Cascadura, Madureira and … Continue reading

CRIO Festival. Redesign and Urban Transformation. Rio de Janeiro, 22-25 November 2012

Collaborative Urbanism will be a theme in Rio de Janeiro for the 9th edition of the Creativity World Forum and the 2nd edition of the Creativity World Biennale. Rio de Janeiro’s current urban transformation is centred around the Rio2016 Olympics site in the south of the city; and the old central port area based around … Continue reading

Marcos Chaves: Art & Ceramics. Atelier Azulejaria, Rio de Janeiro

The Atelier Azulejaria  / Tile Workshop in Rio de Janeiro develops social and collective projects that combine arts, culture, urban / public space and involve the active participation of the local population to bring a sparkle to the city where it’s needed most. Marcos Chaves’ ceramic panels for the Túnel João Ricardo, pedestrian / vehicle tunnel in the Gamboa … Continue reading

Association Inscrire / Atelier Azulejaria: Estação Luz do Metrô, São Paulo, Brazil

Since 1989 Association Inscrire has created large-scale collaborative public works of art on ceramic tiles related to Human Rights working with partners all over the world. Initiated by Françoise Schein, the ceramic panels are part of an ongoing project that raises awareness of citizenship and human rights through the creation of permanent works in new … Continue reading