UFO, Newly Imagined Flying ObjectBook
Your papers please!
For spring break, illustrator Mickaël Jourdan invites every member of the family to explore the potential of a simple and common material, paper, to create joyful and colorful UFOs (Newly Imagined Flying Objects).
In this continuous workshop, four activities are proposed: assembling a small plane, building a surprise (dirigible) balloon, composing a landscape seen from a window and even allowing the lonely pieces to find a new life by animating simple flying forms of multicolored patchworks...
Cutting, assembling, gluing and creating, each action allows the child to exercise his dexterity and imagination and to travel with lightness through the fascinating universe of these machines of the air.
From 6 years old accompanied by an adult every day from April 22 to May 8 at 2pm.
More about Mickaël Jourdan, designer of the workshop
Mickaël Jourdan was born in 1987 and works as an author-illustrator in Rennes. After training at the Angoulême Image School, he has published several books, including two children's albums at Rouergue (Chips et Biscotte and Premier Bonjour) and more recently, an illustrated book at Gallimard jeunesse (Haïkus, petits poèmes de tous les jours). Today, he divides his time between commissioning illustrations, leading creative workshops and writing new book projects.
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