During one week, invited artists create sculptures according to a given topic.As for the 10th International Sculptor Symposium, participants are inspired by an Ingeborg Bachmann quote: 'It's a place called everywhere and nowhere. Time is not today. In fact, time exists no longer. Because it could have been yesterday, a long time ago, it could be again, it could be all the time, some things may have never been.' Spectators may definitely look forward to witnessing how the sculptors will face this challenging topic.Twelve artists are admitted to this year's event. A workshop is held on the same site, addressing laymen and self-taught persons who can create their personal piece of art with the help of a sculptor expert. No previous knowledge is required. Including children's programme and group exhibition of the artists.
The Paléo Festival has become a must-attend musical event in Europe. Each year, more than 200 concerts and shows are performed for the 230,000 spectators gathered on the 84 hectares of festival grounds. Each edition features unforgettable performances and architectural and artistic installations.
The cani-rando is an unusual way to discover the mountains, pulled along by a husky dog.This activity consists of being pulled by a husky dog. Equipped with a harness, the dog is attached by rope to its owner, who wears a wide belt.
An expert will introduce you to the amazing history of the formation of the Alps by studying the rocks and interpreting the landscape. Registration until Monday, 5.30 p.m. at the Tourist Office Zermatt. Rail travel: Zermatt - Gornergrat / Gornergrat - Riffelberg, hiking route: Riffelberg - Glacier Garden - Suspension bridge - Zermatt.