Participative workshops around video mapping

January > April 2019
Métropole Européenne de Lille

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

From January to March, 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 Opening night of the Festival.
Come and discover their work in the Hallway of the City Hall and on the Pavillon Saint-Sauveur!

Centre Moulin Ados, La Madeleine
Médiathèque, Lesquin
École Lakanal, Lille
Espace éducatif Brunschvicg-Rousseau, Lille
> Objects video mapping - Hallway of the City Hall, Lille - 29th of March

Médiathèque Marguerite Yourcenar, Faches-Thumesnil
Espace Jeunes, Haubourdin
École Lalo Clément, Lille
École Wagner, Lille
Foyer Carnot, Mouvaux
> Monument video mapping - Pavillon Saint-Sauveur, Lille - 29th of March

In April, workshops are also proposed in the cities of Anzin and Béthune, in order to produce creations that will be screened side to side with professional mapping.

> Video mapping walk - Castle and Dampierre park, Anzin - 18th of May
> Video mapping tour in the city - Béthune - 25th of May

Organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles.
With the support of the Métropole Européenne de Lille, the Communauté d’Agglomération Béthune-Bruay Artois-Lys-Romane, Valenciennes Métropole, DRAC Hauts-de-France, the cities of Lille, Béthune, Faches-Thumesnil, Haubourdin, La Madeleine, Lesquin, Labanque, the Foyer Carnot de Mouvaux.