Enjoy the unique and atmospheric art experience in the traditional Sicilian Ceramic and Art workshop located in the historical center of Taormina. Small group guided master class with Prosecco tasting and unforgettable view.
What to Expect
Meet a local professional artist in the heart of Taormina on Piazza IV Aprile. After 3 mins walking be welcome in her own traditional Sicilian workshop of Ceramic and Art and enjoy a small group painting class limited to 6 people. Before to start your art experience you will be pleased to choose your own Sicilian cold ceramic souvenir to be painted in accordance with two options of the class.
Option 1 includes a wide range of typical Sicilian objects such as trinacria (symbol of Sicilian island), Sicilian sun, fishes, fruits, plates, traditional wall decorations. All the souvenirs have approximate size of 15*15 sm and considered to be painted in basic easy way during max 1,5 hour.
Option 2 includes the same range of cold ceramic objects, but of bigger sizes approximately 25*25 sm, which considered to be painted with more professional complex technique during max 2,5 hours.
With both options, the artist will guide you step by step through the creative process and bring you special insights into the techniques, traditions and mythologies employed over the various periods in Sicily. In the middle of class you will enjoy a little break for a glass of cold Prosecco in authentic balcony of workshop or on the outside stairs decorated like an art gallery.
After your artistic work is finished, your unique Sicilian souvenir will be dry and ready to be taken home in 15 minutes. The class is a perfect cultural experience to go inside of Sicilian traditions and history, which will be interesting for guests of every ages, including children, and of every level of painting skills.
- Master class from professional artist as an instructor
- Painted cold ceramic souvenir to take home
- Aprons and all materials to paint
- Glass of prosecco on a balcony
What's Not Included
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
IX April square at the entrance of St.Augustine's Church