Campus MaNa is a professional training center for creators,
in Burgundy on 40 hectares of nature

The Program

Learning objectives

Transitioning from textile to paper as a medium of expression, Sandrine Beaudun discovers a true dialogue between material and artistic expression. Paper serves as a guiding thread to explore fibers and plants used in its creation.

By the end of the training, the participant will have assimilated:

  • Acquisition of knowledge about the fibers used and techniques necessary for creating vegetable paper
  • Introduction to the Japanese papermaking process
  • Contemplation of paper as a support or work of art
  • Technical knowledge to produce two vegetable inks and dye fibers in the mass

Content of the program

The training focuses on the creation and production of sheets of vegetable paper through an introduction to the traditional Japanese technique of making washi paper and the use of two Asian fibers: «Kozo» and «Lokta». It also involves connecting with the energetic dimension of plants through color, learning fiber dyeing in the mass to create colored sheets. The methods employed include sessions of historical and technical information, personal practice, observation, exchanges, and sharing. Personalized guidance will enable each participant to learn at their own pace and develop their own creative space.

Monitoring

with Sandrine Beaudun
Details

Sandrine Beaudun, after studying textile surface design, worked on creating prints for haute couture, designing patterns for tableware, and developing trend notebooks for Parisian style agencies.

In 2008, she intuitively felt the need to return to the question of the medium and explore it as a fundamental and more personal source of expression. She then learned the Japanese papermaking technique, focusing on Kozo fiber (Japanese mulberry).

For her, the "sheet" became a field of experiences and encounters with life in its most creative form, where imagination and creation could be expressed. The "sheet" becomes transformed, a skin, and an artwork, both in its composition and in the time it takes to create it.

This process then establishes itself, creating a physical dialogue with the material from production to exhibition.

Born on January 2, 1967, in Paris

- Graduated from the School of Higher Art and Applied Arts: BTS Textile Design in 1988 at Olivier de Serres, Paris.

- Trained in the traditional Japanese Papermaking technique in 2009.

- Advanced training and research session in paper creation in 2011.

- Training in large format techniques in 2016 with Miki Nakamura and Jean-Michel Letellier in Trélazet, France.

- Training in plant paper extraction and production - advanced level with Camigraphie expressive in 2020 in Puisserguier, France.

Methods

Pedagogical methods and/or means and/or tools used to deliver the training:

  • Materials for training (pedagogical and technical support, training room, various equipment, documentation, teaching tools...)

Possibly, pedagogical adaptation methods:

  • Different possible organizational modalities (justify based on the training objectives)
  • Face-to-face with an English-speaking trainer
  • Repeated practical exercises and on-the-job coaching
  • Pedagogical distribution: 70% practical, 30% theoretical inputs
  • Active participation and experimentation by participants are encouraged
  • Practical exercises, analytical tools
  • Methodological inputs illustrated with examples followed by real-world application.

Evaluation follow-up and modalities

(Means used to objectively assess the beneficiary's progress during and/or at the end of the training)

  • Regular self-assessments
  • Multiple-choice quizzes (QCM)
  • Completion of assignments or portfolios
  • Practical exercises in real-world scenarios

 

Creation of typical products

  • Interviews or assessments
  • Initial and final evaluations of the training
  • Professional exams
  • Attendance records for each half-day
  • Certificate of completion

Duration and method of organization:

Target audience:
The training is open to all adults, regardless of age, diploma
Prerequisites:
Dates:
June 10 > 14, 2024
Duration:
5 days
Schedule:
9h-13h / 14h-18h
Organization:
at Campus MaNa
Group size:
8
Language(s) :
French
English
€1580 excluding tax
This rate includes the cost of the training, accommodation with full board, materials, and personal protective equipment.

Planning :

Soon available

Location :

Campus MaNa Domaine du Croisil, Le Croisil, 89350 Champignelles France

Accessibility :

For any disability situation, please contact us to consider the feasibility.

Access period :

Up to 15 days before the workshop and with limited seats
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