Led by illustrator Sarah Mazzetti, participants are invited to connect with each other through drawing and personal items. Each one will come into contact with the others through the story of a personal object, to which he/she particularly cares or which he/she always carries; it will be up to the other to transform this object into a work of art, with paper, pencil and colours.
The workshop takes place in the atrium of the Palazzo Grassi.
Sarah Mazzetti was born in Bologna in 1985. She works as an international illustrator for clients such as the New York Times, New Yorker, MIT Technology Review, Feltrinelli, Die Zeit and many others. She has received several awards for her work, including a gold medal from the New York Society of Illustrators, the Belgrade Golden Pen Award and a YCN Award. She has drawn short stories for Linus Magazine, Kus! and Il Sole 24 Ore. In addition to freelancing, she teaches "Illustration" at IED Milan and co-directs the Teiera self-production label.