Design is part of our everyday lives. To think about it from an early age on opens our eyes to the shapes, colours, textures and functions of the objects that surround us.
During this workshop, the children will imagine stories about the people and objects in their living space. Using a small Japanese theatre, a kamishibai, these objects will come to life in different shapes and colours. Observe, imagine and rethink everyday objects to give them a new life!
On the program: drawing, discovering colours and shapes, folding and stories.
In my house, there are lots of objects that come to life. There's a lobster that comes out of the cupboard, and a table with very long legs that looks like a giraffe!
Cheyenne Quévy is a student in illustration and has always been fascinated by the ninth art. Architecture and landscapes in general play a key role in her graphic work. Having trained as an animator, she particularly enjoys sharing her passion with young people.
Rachel is an art historian and has also academic training in theatre and scriptwriting. This cultural facilitator and actress was trained in the art of model making at CIVA. Rachel is passionate about the idea of passing on history and architecture.