It will be inaugurated today at the exhibition center of Saint Augustine Diocesan Museum of Trapani, the exhibition "Wood, canvas and sculpture ... Polymaterials Trapani between the seventeenth century and" dedicated to the works of artistic craftsmanship Trapani. The Regional Museum "Pepoli" Trapani has lent his collection of figures for cribs that are certainly among the most important works among those exposed. Other works come from the church of Sant'Oliva Alcamo and the Church of San Cataldo in Erice. The exhibition provides an area where we introduced the technique of production of the works, and the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage Trapani has set up educational displays at the Palazzo in Via Garibaldi Pappalardo and open site accessible by students. "The technique of wood, canvas, and glue" Trapani unites almost all the artists of seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, "says the director of the Diocesan Museum Precopi Anna Maria Lombardo," Trapani sculptors created wooden heads, feet and hands that were assembled on a wooden structure on which they were molded materials such as straw and cork. Everything was covered with linen or other fabric, painted and fixed with special glue. The sacred mysteries of the groups of Trapani and Erice are the works that best highlight not only the extraordinary expressive power, but also uses procession that made good their composition slightly different materials. " The exhibition is a collaboration between the Diocesan Museum, the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage and the Regional Museum "Pepoli" will remain open until August 2011. This period will be available from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 13.00, Saturday 9.30 to 12.30 and from 16.00 to 20.00. On Sundays and public holidays you can visit the exhibition from 11.00 to 13.00 and from 16.00 to 19.00. The entrance fee is 2 €. Discounts for groups of at least 15 people, schoolchildren, aged between 12 to 18 years old. Admission is free for priests, religious men and women in dress, and carers of disabled groups and schools.
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