The fresco is a very ancient painting technique that consists of painting on fresh plaster with pigments usually of mineral origin, slightly diluted in water. Through the chemical process of carbonation, the colour merges with the plaster thus allowing the paint to resist water and wear over time.
The colour that is laid on the still wet plaster must belong to the oxides category, so that it does not interfere with the carbonation reaction of the lime.
- Bon fresco.
- Imitation fresco.
- Shiny stucco and encaustic.
- On tile.
- On alternative medium.
- On canvas (self-detaching).
- Strappo (conservation technique).
|For every 24 hours||700|
Prices valid upon enrolment for all course commencement dates
|Jan||9, 23||Jul||10, 24|
|Feb||6, 20||Aug||7, 21|
|Mar||6, 20||Sept||4, 18|
|Apr||3, 18||Oct||2, 16, 30|
|May||2, 15, 29||Nov||13, 27|
National holidays observed in the year 2017:
17 April, 25 April, 1 May, 2 June, 15 August, 1 November, 8 December.
|Jan||8, 22||Jul||9, 23|
|Feb||5, 19||Aug||6, 20|
|Mar||5, 19||Sept||3, 17|
|Apr||3, 16, 30||Oct||1, 15, 29|
|May||14, 28||Nov||12, 26|
National holidays observed in the year 2018:
2 April, 25 April, 1 May, 15 August, 1 November.
Materials are not included in the price and will be agreed upon at the beginning of the course.
The 24-hour course can be spread over 2 or more weeks.
All courses are taught in Italian.
Registration is valid for one year and includes the accommodation search service, certificates and a few cultural activities.