Résultats du programme “Métiers d’art et design en Europe”

Résultats du programme “Métiers d’art et design en Europe”

Le programme « Crafts and Design in Europe », financé par le programme Leonardo da Vinci – Partenariat, a offert l’opportunité à de jeunes diplômés de quatre pays, la France, l’Espagne, l’Irlande et la Slovaquie, de réfléchir à la place et à l’image de ces métiers à travers un travail expérimental de création associant patrimoine ...

Ruzomberok, Slovakia / Master Class Bois

Ruzomberok, Slovakia / Master Class Bois

Métiers d’Arts et Design Master Class Européenne sur le Bois Du 1 au 7 juillet 2013 Faisant suite au programme DREAM (Design Recherche Europe Métiers d’Art) et en partenariat avec l’INMA, le Crafts Council of Ireland et Fundesarte en Espagne, le Centre de la production des Arts et Traditions Populaires (ULUV) de Slovaquie a organisé ...

Kilkenny, Irlande / Master Class Céramique

Kilkenny, Irlande / Master Class Céramique

Métier d’Arts et Design Master Class Européenne sur la Céramique Du 19 au 26 août 2013 Faisant suite au programme DREAM (Design Recherche Europe Métiers d’Art), le Crafts Council of l’Ireland a réalisé une Master Class sur le bois en partenariat avec l’INMA, Fundesarte en Espagne et le Centre de la production des Arts et Traditions Populaires (ULUV) en Slovaquie. ...

Rambouillet, France / Master Class Laine

Rambouillet, France / Master Class Laine

“Designing with wool” Une Master Class Européenne sur la laine Du 8 au 14 avril 2013 à la Bergerie Nationale   L’INMA (Institut National des Métiers d’Art) en France et ses partenaires européens, le Craft Council of Ireland, Fundesarte (Fondation Espagnole pour l’Innovation de l’Artisanat) en Espagne et ULUV (Centre de Production des Arts Folkloriques) ...

Italy / Fiberworks / Sara Albertazzi & Katja Virta

Italy / Fiberworks / Sara Albertazzi & Katja Virta

The Marble works of the Loggia   Purpose : Create a skirt using local textile : “Panno Casentino”. Description : Three layer skirt with a basic knee-length skirt. Hand-woven lining with black and whites patterns. Material : Textile fibres. Beige Casentino cloth dyed with natural walnut and cotton blend fabric for the lining.  

Finland / Woodworks / Julie Duverne & Reinhold Lutz

Finland / Woodworks / Julie Duverne & Reinhold Lutz

The “Comtoise” or clock from Franche-Comté   Purpose : Create a timeless Comtoise. Target : Contemporary case for international market. Description : The clock was made with a solid wooden box  (fir is the most traditional material), pendulum and dial were in metal. It was the only clock in 17th century farmhouses so it needed ...

Italy / Fiberworks / Luisa Salvioli & Verónica Villalón Gordón

Italy / Fiberworks / Luisa Salvioli & Verónica Villalón Gordón

The tailoring master class (Course of design, artistic tailoring and natural fibers) was organized as part of the DREAM European Program (Design Recherche Europe Art Métiers) with the collaboration of OMA (Osservatorio dei Mestieri d’Arte) of Florence, at the Old Fashion couture house in Florence. Another nine girls from five European countries participated in it ...

Finland / Woodworks / Alan Zinchi & Sujeong Han

Finland / Woodworks / Alan Zinchi & Sujeong Han

Beehive light Slogan Raise the honey for lighting Purpose Beekeepers reap the honey from the honeycombs, which are taken from the hives. Likewise, people can get experience to be beekeeper through generating light with honeycombs object. Target The target is the interational market which needs more sensitive lighting. Description The beehive light provides two ways ...

Spain / Glassworks / Olivia Smadu

Spain / Glassworks / Olivia Smadu

Through the years there have been moments, events or people which have had a contribution to the shaping and the development of my artisan’ profile. Starting with the high school years, I had many nationals and internationals exhibitions, I have participated to national contests and Olympiads dedicated to children or young craftsmen, where I have ...

Spain / Glassworks / Sandrine Isambert

Spain / Glassworks / Sandrine Isambert

This technique allowed to join glass pieces together by partly melting the glass using high temperatures. The heating is commonly undertaken in an electric kiln. Instead of fitting glass together using a lead solder, two or more pieces of glass are laid on top of or overlapped on each other and are fired at temperatures ...