“Thousand’s of visitors, 40 artists from around the world, 20 Art Points, 1 town” so starts the brand new film of the Paleochora Art Week.
The filmmaker and artist Piet Freitag, who lives in Plakias, documents in this film the happenings of Paleochora Art Week 2015. 16 days of art, which includes streetpainting, art walks, art for kids, live music … And an Underwater Art Exhibition with paintings, photographs, sculptures, and an instalation of an underwater kafenion or a huge mandala, all under water. Only the underwater music, which was also one highlight, you can’t hear in this film.
This documentary shows how Paleochora became a great Art Gallery for 16 days with a central display point in the Town Hall and 40 artists with a lot of amazing artwork.
The film gives an image of Paleochora these 16 days. Highlighting the programmed events as the opening, the tombola and Astrini Night. Giving you a glimps of the working artists and the different Art Points, which are the tavernas, hotels, cafe bars or the beaches of Paleochora.
Live music and Art workshops.
The Paleochora Art Week is a special event which takes part every year in the beginning of September. This year from 3rd until 18th of September 2016.
Paleochora Art Week is organized by artists for artists and is a non profit event. The Art Week wants to bring art to the people, connect artists and show how colorful the “art scene” is in and around Paleochora.
All artists, who want to take part can apply until 30th of April. More information www.paleochora-art-week.com.
If you have missed the Paleochora Art Week last year, so have a look at the film and you will get the atmosphere of the Paleochora Art Week. And who wants to see more art under water can see it in a separate film. A photogallery you can find at the webpage.