Workshops at CENTRALE with artists Juliette Pirlet & Marianne Garnier

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Wednesdays 17 & 31.05, 14 & 28.06, 13.09.2023 – 14:00 > 16:00 – € 5 (entrance to the exhibition included and material provided), € 1,25 (Art. 27)
Intergenerational workshops (from 8 years)
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La gravure “pauvre”
With the artists Juliette Pirlet & Marianne Garnier.
As part of the exhibition extra.

17.05 – Monotype & landscape
We will create monoprints by making drawings on plexiglass with oil pastels, ink, watercolour or walnut stain.

31.05 & 28.06 Dry point & still life
We will experiment dry point on Tetra Brik starting from drawings and then printing the results on paper using a little etching press.

14.06– Plant based prints & collective fresco
We will make a collective fresco by making prints with plant based materials (ink, pigments, herbs, watercolour).

13.09 – Lino & reproduction
We will reproduce paintings/artworks on lino and experiment with negative drawing using a gouge. The final print will be made by hand.

Juliette Pirlet (Brussels, 1970)
Juliette Pirlet is a lecturer-researcher, speaker and visual artist who has been teaching for over 20 years. She is co-founder of the non-profit organisation RED/laboratoire pédagogique, a collective of lecturer-researchers, designers of alternative learning tools, exploring art, pedagogy and art pedagogy. She also co-founded la Petite école, an alternative pre-school for children of exile. She is currently a teacher in a primary school. Juliette Pirlet practices drawing and engraving.

Marianne Garnier
Marianne Garnier is an artist-teacher who has been teaching for many years within various structures dedicated to image and media education. She began her career in the United States, where she worked in the Montessori system and led several workshops for student-teachers designed to promote the visual arts within the framework of traditional education. Back in Belgium, Marianne collaborated with the ASBL Into Image on the development of art workshops, and now teaches in an elementary school.  At the same time, Marianne Garnier continues to develop her own work based on drawing, collage and narrative. Her illustrations have appeared on books covers of Pocket and Odile Jacob collections.