Botanical plate with Betty Bone
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- Go on a book! The great celebration of children's books. Activity to do at home / Complete the story This year, "Going out with books, The great book festival for young people" takes unusual forms…. In Montauban, Confluences invites you to... Go on a book! The great celebration of children's books. Activity to do at home / Complete the story This year, "Going out with books, The great book festival for young people" takes unusual forms…. In Montauban, Confluences invites you to discover the universe of four illustrator authors: Betty Bone, Yohan Colombié-Vivès, Yoel Jimenez and Delphine Panique during activities to do at home and with the family! It is with this video tutorial specially concocted for Partir en Livre that the author-illustrator Betty Bone invites you to imagine your botanical plate. You just need to get pieces of colored paper, scissors, glue and markers! 1- Watch the video tutorial and it's your turn! 2- Send us your creations (firstname.lastname@example.org or directly to La petite comédie - 41 rue de la Comédie 82000 Montauban) The quickest will win “Read Checks” to spend at your favorite independent bookseller! Unless you mention it, your creations can be published on social networks #JEPARSENLIVRE Learn more about Betty Bone Graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, Betty Bone becomes an illustrator for Father Castor. She published La Nuit at the Rouergue editions in 2005, then Balade, an album without text, at the Sorbier and Dudu editions with Thierry Magnier. Through her various activities: the work of illustrator, graphic designer, creating albums, forays into the animated image, we find constants in her technique and in her inspiration. Collages, flat colors, drawings structured by the use of black and white, this minimalism serves a subtle game with appearances, which intrigues, confuses, invites to watch and follow carefully, from page to page, the trajectory of the characters or the future of a graphic theme with strong narrative power, almost always produced on the computer.
- From July 1, 2020 until July 19, 2020