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Open Art Workshops in Bucharest, Enescu Edition

Between 2 and 24 September 2017, over 70 creation workshops will be opened to the public of Bucharest, including residents and artists who have come especially for this year’s edition of the George Enescu International Festival.

For four weekends in a row, 02/03, 09/10, 16/17 and 23/24 September 2017, between 12.00 and 20.00, visual artists specialised in painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, glass, textiles and metal will wait for you at their workshops’ addresses! Aside from seeing the spaces where they create, you can see small exhibitions and works in various stages of creation, or live demonstrations of their working techniques.

You will have access to special offers, the possibility to register for classes or simply to spend time in a special company, over a glass of wine. The programme and the addresses of the workshops, the maps and profiles of the independent artists are available at Ateliere.Net. You can also download the Ateliere smartphone app for iOS and Android platforms, which gives you the chance to contact the artists directly and helps guide you by GPS to the addresses of the chosen workshops.

Access to the workshops is free. For organised and/or guided visits, you can contact us at 0723 825 800 or at the e-mail address

Participating artists:

Giani Iosif Amarandei (sculpture), Marius Barb (painting), Otilia Măndescu Canavra (drawing), Alin Carpen (sculpture), Alexandru Căzănaru (sculpture), Titi Ceara (sculpture), Maria Cioată (ceramics), Cristina Ciobanu (ceramics), Constantin Cioc (painting), Maria Sanda Constantinescu (painting), Casia Csehi (drawing), Raluca Ilaria Demetrescu (painting), Misha  Diaconu (metal), Cristian Dobrescu (ceramics), Anca Vintilă Dragu (ceramics), Valentin Duicu (sculpture), Răzvan Dumitran (textile), Constantina Dumitru (textile), Daniela  Făiniș (ceramics), Cătălin Geană (sculpture), Elena Gheorghe (sculpture), Alina Gherasim (painting, drawing), Marian Gheorghe (metal), Mirela Hagiu (drawing), Cătălin Hrimiuc (glass), May Oana Isar (drawing), Ionel  Istoc (sculpture), Eusebiu Josan (painting), Georgiana Josan (painting), Elena Lupu (painting), Ileana Dana Marinescu (metal), Ioan Medruț (sculpture), Ruxandra Sybil Mermeze (textile), Ștefan Minea (painting), Laurențiu Mogoșanu (sculpture), Nicolae Moldovan (ceramics), Mihai Moldovanu (textile), Claudia Mușat (textile), Lisandru Neamțu (drawing), Horia Nițu (drawing), Cătălin Oancea (sculpture), Ileana Oancea (sculpture), David‑Leonid Olteanu (ceramics, glass), Carmen Ileana Paraschivescu (drawing), Dumitru Pasima (sculpture), Cristian Pentelescu (sculpture), Emilia Persu (painting), Ana Asavei Pietraru (painting), Adrian Pîrvu (sculpture), Ana Zoe Pop (sculpture), Alexandru Poteca (sculpture), Carmen Raszovsky (drawing), Gheorghe Raszovsky (painting, drawing), Mircea Roman (sculpture), Andrei Romocean (painting), Victor-Olivier Săraru (glass, metal), Marilena Preda Sânc (painting), Loredana Stancu (drawing, painting), Elena Surdu Stănescu (sculpture), Lucian Țăran (sculpture, ceramics), Iulian Vîrtopeanu (ceramics), Florentina Voichi (painting), Marian Zidaru (sculpture), Victoria Zidaru (sculpture, textile).

We are waiting for you!


This event is organised within the Contemporanni Cultural Project.

Partners: The Bucharest City Hall through CREART – The Creation, Art and Tradition Centre, SNGN Romgaz, Metrotehnica – Skoda, Goldart Auction House, Aqua Carpatica and Domeniile Sâmburești. Cultural partners: Romanian Cultural Institute, Fine Artists’ Union, Romanian National Library, Humanitas Bookstores, Romanian Order of Architects.

Translation provided by Biroul de Traduceri Champollion