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Art, among other things, is the correct method of making a thing

The ultimate purpose of art is man. The working man must cross the alley of knowledge to become a craftsman and then distill his soul and water it in his art to become an artist, master of his art.

The ultimate goal of the craftsman-artist is to make as many pieces, in size and number, as his creations, to entertain his fellow man from all the weights that keep him mortal and to lead him to the Divine.

The work of art has no purpose, only qualities and being a text in the space it serves the communication between creator-sender and spectator-recipient.


The first cycle is closed.


Learning, in a sense, is the desire to acquire knowledge.

The most basic quality of a student is the dedication to the acquisition of knowledge, the dedication to the process to such an extent that fermentation occurs with the essence of the thing.

The most basic quality of a teacher is that of a teacher. As another servant, he must take the child by the hand, put him on the path of knowledge and meticulously reveal to him the deeper cause. When the time comes and he makes sure that the child has grown up and gained straightness of gaze and stability in pressing, he must emancipate him and show him the way.

Learning has no quality, since quality requires stagnation which learning does not have, as after each step follows a next one. But learning has a purpose, the how and the why of knowledge, the leap from the old and the writing to the new. The quintessence is in the transformation, from a child to an adult, then to a master and finally to a servant of learning.


The second cycle is closed.


In Askardamykti, art and learning coexist. Sometimes they each follow internal processes of self-ignition and other times they interact and push each other.

In the same natural space we co-located many arts together and we have taken care to allow the flow and exchange between people and arts. Open workplaces alternate with transparent classrooms so that the creativity of each one, influences and touches his neighbor in a perpetual chain reaction without limits.

The audiovisual stimulus moves freely in the long corridor with the jobs and penetrates the classrooms, thus grafting one art on the other.

At the center of our philosophy is the belief that every student must, along with the development of his technical and artistic skills, be equipped with knowledge that will help him in his first professional steps.   

At Askardamykti we know that you participate in learning and art for life and that the worker, the craftsman and the artist are simply manifestations of the same man-creator, the "modern craftsman".

Flow restored

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