Participative workshops about video mapping

January > March 2018
Métropole Européenne de Lille
Communauté d’Agglomération Béthune-Bruay, Artois Lys Romane

In order to associate the inhabitants of the host territories with the event, the Video Mapping Festival offers video mapping workshops that involve image education and artistic practice.

 From January to March, around ten workshops are taking place in several organisations of the conurbation of Lille: children and teenagers can begin to learn about video mapping and produce within a few days works that will be presented during the Festival. Come and discover their work at L’hybride, at the Natural History Museum and on the Porte de Paris!

Espace Jeunes, Haubourdin
School group from Victor Duruy, Lille
School group from Rousseau Brunschvicg, Lille
> Monument video mapping, Porte de Paris

Marguerite Yourcenar Multimedia Library, Faches-Thumesnil
ACoLJAQ Assocation, La Madeleine
Multimedia Library, Lesquin
School group from Léon Jouhaux, Lille
> Object video mapping, Natural History Museum

School group from Lakanal, Lille
ALSH, Mons-en-Barœul
> Object video mapping, L'hybride

 Two workshops are offered at Labanque in Béthune, during the February holidays (a workshop for children, and another for adults), in order to produce creations for the back facade of Labanque. The works will be presented on Saturday, 7th of April, in the evening, along with a monument mapping on the main facade.
> Monument video mapping - Labanque, Béthune - 7th of April