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Activities and courses in libraries

Le voyage de Râma : une épopée indienne (The journey of Râma : an Indian epic)

As part of the Indian Europalia cultural exhibition from October 2013 to January 2014.
The objective of this course is to introduce children to Indian art through one of the two great epic tales of sacred Hindu literature : the “Ramayana”.

Kamishibaï at the Molenbeek Library

During one week every child will create his own Kamishibaï !
From the Japanese, kami : paper, and shibaï : theatre play.

One book : one surprise ! (week session)

A course for children aged 4 to 6 years. They will have fun imagining, creating and producing lots of little books with all sorts of different materials.

at Fourquet. Collaboration with the Library of Berchem
From July 13th to July 17th (2015)

Kamishibaï

Explain and demonstrate the technique of Kamishibaï. With the help of "butaï" (wooden theatre), the presentation of a few stories helps children understand what "kamishibaï" is. From the Japanese, kami : paper, and shibaï : theatre play.

Tunnel book

And what if you created a book that doesn't have pages to turn, but would look like a small theatre?
Come and discover the mysterious world of books that don't look like books and create your own "tunnel book"!

The Dragon in art - The Origin of Art

As part of the 2nd Biennial of the book of art for children at Jemappes library.

Prehistory - The Origin of Art

As part of the 2nd Biennial of the book of art for children at Jemappes library.

Andy Warhol - The Origin of Art

As part of the 2nd Biennial of the book of art for children at Jemappes library.

Kamishibaï workshops

To explain and demonstrate the technique of Kamishibaï. With the help of "butaï" (wooden theatre), presenting a few of the stories helps children understand what "kamishibaï" is. From the Japanese, kami : paper, and shibaï : theatre play.

Art and nature

Introduction to Land'Art. Following the example of those artists who work with materials sourced from nature or natural sites, children will experiment with new ways of creating, by observing their environment.

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