Agenda

  • Saturday, January 18th, at 5 pm

    Tit for tat

    Opening

    In the reception and conviviality space of the Théâtre Brétigny, Louise Aleksiejew and Antoine Medes are invited to produce a three-part exhibition, evolving around the programming cycles of the Théâtre Brétigny. Inspired by comics books, pop art and crafts, Louise Aleksiejew and Antoine Medes will compose together and separately murals, ceramics, textile creations, playing the game of illustration and with the uses of the place.

  • Wenesdays, 2:30 pm and 4:30 pm, and by appointment

    “Dessinator”

    Artmaking workshop

    After looking at the sculptures featured in the exhibition and their exchanges, participants enter the “Dessinator” book factory. The worker-creators make images by following the constraints imposed by their workstation. They try out many original drawing and printing techniques in order to create a book of images that they themselves bind.

    From 3 years old. Registration: reservation@cacbretigny.com or +33 (0)1 60 85 20 76.

  • Tuesday, February 11th, at 3 pm, and Wenesday February 26th, at 4:30 pm

    “Birth of an A.I.”

    Artmaking workshop “Art and Sciences” conceived by Julien Levesque

    Participants discover the mysteries of artificial intelligence in a workshop conceived by artist Julien Levesque in partnership with the Siana resource center for digital cultures and the Exoplanète Terre network.

    From 8 years old. Registration: reservation@cacbretigny.com or +33 (0)1 60 85 20 76.

  • Saturdays, February 1st, February 15th and February 29th, 3—4:30 pm and by appointment

    “PassGraph’”

    Family artmaking workshop

    In this family game young and old draw, transmit and reinterpret the images by other participants. They thus create a collective chain of surprising, funny drawings that they can take home with them.

    From 3 years old. Registration: reservation@cacbretigny.com or +33 (0)1 60 85 20 76.

  • Thursdays and Fridays

    Come and meet Laura Burucoa

    The artist settles his quarters within the Edutainer in order to welcome and meet the users of the plaza in front of the CAC Brétigny and gather words and anecdotes about the sculpture that feed their vision of progress and future.