Fête internationale du livre illustré de Jemappes

Workshop ,  Workshops ,  Unclassifiable 2015 ,  Literature at Jemappes

  • DRAWN TO MONS: INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
    MON. 26 10 2015 > FRI. 27 11 2015 TUE. > FRI. 09:30 > 18:00 THU. 09:30 > 16:30 SAT. 09:30 > 13:00
    FREE
    Europe and the world will make an appearance in Mons for a new, unique and fabulous illustration exhibition. No fewer than three exhibitions (see below) have been combined into one event, allowing the subject matter to be viewed from different angles. Young and old alike will enjoy being taken on an exciting trip across Europe and the globe by the nibs of superb illustrators.

    MONS/MONTIS
    12 LETTERS BY ANNE HERBAUTS
    While preparing her latest comic book, Anne Herbauts wrote a series of creative and Mons-focused letters to a certain Monsieur Losseau/Loiseau. These 12 previously unseen gems feature slagheaps that go for walks, cats that crack nuts and birds that sweep the floor. Be among the first to enjoy them at Jemappes Library.

    ILLUMINATING ILLUSTRATIONS
    FROM DICKENS TO THE SIMPSONS: A CENTURY OF IMAGES
    For 30 years, Belgian writer Carl Norac has specialised in illustrated fiction. His great love of images propelled him to collect work from some of the best illustrators of our time and of all-time. On display to the public for the first time, this eclectic collection will take you on an unforgettable journey through a century of illustrations.

    INTERIOR LETTERS
    28 EUROPEAN ILLUSTRATORS AND THE CHILDREN OF THE BORINAGE
    Drawings open up secret doors that allow you to enter the imaginary worlds created by words in a different way. The illustrated correspondence between the children of the Borinage and illustrators from every country in the EU is an example of this phenomenon, with each letter-writer imagining how their correspondent leads their life within their own country. These 56 well-travelled letters have a uniquely European feel about them.

    PYJAMA PARTY WITH CARL NORAC
    16.10.2015 - 20:00 > 21:00
    FREE - BOOKING ESSENTIAL (tom.dewilde@mons2015.eu)
    Spend a dreamy evening with Mons-born poet and raconteur Carl Norac, but don’t forget your pyjamas, slippers and night-cap!

    FOLK TALES IN DIALECT
    18.10.2015 – 11:00 > 12:00
    FREE
    RESERVATION ESSENTIAL: tom.dewilde@mons2015.eu
    Come and listen to folk tales in three languages: English, French and... Mons dialect! A unique opportunity to enjoy the musicality of words.
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