During this week, the children will be introduced to the basics of 'ghosting'. Rachel, Thierry and Cherokee will draw with tact, humour and tenderness on the imagination that circles around the afterlife as well as the world of here and now. They will summon Eurydice and Orpheus, the Breton Ankou, Oscar Wilde's Canterville Ghost, Casper and Coco to take children on a wonderful adventure through architecture, drawing and music.
My name is Timor and I am a little ghost. Are you afraid of me? I am the one who is scared. I have no shadow and yet it scares me. I don't dare look at myself in the mirror, even though I know I don't have a reflection. At the Ghost School, I can't sleep because sometimes I am afraid of the dark. I will take you into my world for a week to help me gain self-confidence. No one will dare call me Timor the timorous anymore!
Stage In collaboration with Jeunesses Musicales.
Architecture and music have an intimate relationship: rhythm is at the heart of both disciplines' creations. That is why CIVA and Jeunesses Musicales de Bruxelles decided to organise some workshops together.
Animators: Rachel, Thierry and Cherokee.
Rachel is an art historian and also has an academic degree in theatre and screenwriting. She is a cultural animator and actress. At CIVA, she was trained as a model maker and she passionately shares her knowledge about history and architecture.
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