Printmaking in Italy

For beginners and experienced printmakers

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YOUR all-inclusive EXPERIENCE

castiglione a Casauria

Discover Abruzzo

Known as the greenest region in Europe, Abruzzo is dotted with charming medieval villages and home to one of the finest and best preserved medieval churches in Europe. As part of your experience, you will visit nearby attractions including the best preserved medieval village in Italy, Santo Stefano di Sessanio, the medieval Castle of Rocca Calascio and Bominaco, home of the "Sistine Chapel" of Abruzzo. [read more...]
the studio

The studio

Set at the foot of the Abruzzi mountains in Italy, the studio is located in a small rural village (Castiglione a Casauria) surrounded by scenic hills and conveniently located 90 minutes away from Rome and 30 minutes from Pescara airport. The studio provides a relaxed environment that is ideal to learn a new skill, explore an interest or refine your creative techniques.

accommodation + meals

All participants are housed within Dedalo grounds or just across the road, within 100 metres of the studio. Some rooms have a private bathroom, while others are sharing with one other participant.
Meals are included in the package and include three course meals, snacks and all drinks.
We also cater for special dietary requirements.

Your instructor

Colleen Corradi Brannigan

Founder of Dedalo
Colleen Corradi Brannigan

Colleen is an Italian artist with a Fine Art background whose work has been featured in several books and magazines, thanks to her distinctive style of creating distorted imaginary buildings floating in mid-air.
Her international reputation has developed over a twenty-year multimedia exploration of "The Invisible Cities", which became her biggest project to-date.

As an art teacher, she is especially good at guiding people to develop their own process, removing creative blocks, and helping new printmakers to achieve brilliant results and learn this new skill.

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