Acqui Terme welcomes its visitors with its thermal baths, spas, Roman aqueducts and villas, medieval castles and monasteries, tasty food and fine wines.
In the historical center of the city, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014, in a laboratory located a few steps from Piazza della Bollente, with its monumental fountain of sulfur water at constant 72 degrees, the workshop dedicated to the sense of touch and marbling technique will take place.
This technique of chromatic decoration on paper is about placing a sheet on the surface of a specially prepared liquid that imitates a marble surface, reproducing its color spots.
Marbling finds its origins in the ancient Bukhara (current Uzbekistan) and then spread along the Silk Road through Iran, India and the Arab countries, reaching the countries of the Ottomans.
Between games of colours and pigments, multicoloured shapes floating on the surface of the water, an industry professional will help you realize your “paper cloud”.
An eno-gastronomic tasting of local products will accompany the experience.