Giuliano Mauri Cattedrale Vegetale Copyright Arte Sella Photo Giacomo Bianchi
Giuliano Mauri Cattedrale Vegetale Copyright Arte Sella Photo Giacomo Bianchi

Arte Sella

Arte Sella is an international event of contemporary arts that is staged in the forests of the Val di Sella valley.

Since 1986 the meadows and forests of the Val di Sella valley, part of the municipality of Borgo Valsugana, have been venue for an international event of contemporary arts. Arte Sella is not only a simple exhinition, rather it is a creative process. The relationship of people towards nature and respect of nature make part of the artistic masterpieces. Moreover, every day again and again, the artist needs to searches for inspiration in nature. To put their ideas into practise, artists use leaves, stones, tree trunks and branches.

The event takes place in the Val di Sella valley, along the exhibition trails in the area of the Malga Costa, the Cattedrale Vegetale and the Villa Strobele Park. In the area of the Malga Costa, visitors will discover the works of art of Arte Sella, including the Cattedrale Vegetale, the Teatro di Arte Sella, Trabucco di Montagna, etc. Furthermore, the Costa Alm is a meeting point and a stage for artistic performances. Since 2016 the park of the Villa Strobele with its works of art by internationally renowned architects can be visited. Villa Strobele and the area of the Costa Alm are connected by the four-kilometre Montura Path, along which the nature of the Sella Valley can be enjoyed.

Beside the exhibition of the art works, there is also a rich supporting programme with concerts, theatres and more.

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Ticket: € 8.00
Reduced ticket: € 4.00

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