les z'ateliers de sophie

Art and Workshops for children and families

アンスティテュ・フランセ・ド東京にて – A “Sophie Calle” workshop

(English/French below)

2013年3月8日(水)4時~5時半 アンスティテュ・フランセ・ド東京にて








Sophie Calle at Hara Museum

FREE ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM/ENTREE GRATUITE: for the young participant of the workshop and one of his parents/pour les participants de l’atelier et un adulte.

“For the Last and First Time” Hara Museum of Contemporary Art – Exhibition until June 30th (sunday) 2013. http://www.haramuseum.or.jp

In conjunction with the exhibition at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (near Shinagawa), Les z’ateliers de sophie will run a special workshop introducing the children with the works of the French photographer Sophie Calle.”What does it mean to see beauty when you are blind? Which are the pictures we keep in our minds ? How would we make a blind person see something we like?” In a playfull way, the worskhop will lead the children to create and use their imagination, seeing things in a different way!

Conjointement à l’exposition de photos de Sophie Calle “Pour la dernière et la première fois” qui se tient au musée Hara de Tokyo, Les z’ateliers de Sophie organisent un atelier spécial Sophie Calle à l’IFJT!  ” C’est quoi la beauté quand on ne voit pas? Quelles sont les images que l’on conserve en soi? Comment partager une image avec une personne aveugle?”… autant de questions que soulèvent l’exposition et auxquelles les enfants apporteront des réponses personnelles par des créations orginales (images en braille, etc).

When/quand: Wednesday May 8th 2013 at IFJT (4.00-5.30pm)
For whom/age : children 5 to 9 years old
Registration/inscriptiion par simple appel: book now at: 03-5206-2500
Price/Tarif: 2900 Yens/participant/1 session


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This entry was posted on 2013/05/01 by in art for children, Tokyo, Visites guidees Musee / Guided visits and tagged .
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