It’s the nice return of the Cultural Summer season. Conceived by the Ministry of Tradition on the event of the primary confinement, in 2020, this nationwide occasion, which has already conquered greater than two million guests with its solidarity and accessible programming, has not ceased, since then, to increase its scope and renew its ambition.
As proof, this third version, which can multiply probably the most progressive cultural proposals – and generally probably the most “creepy” – for everybody, will this 12 months give specific emphasis to participatory cultural initiatives. With one goal: to make sure that all audiences, metropolitan or abroad, city or rural, discover their place within the cultural universe.
Throughout these two summer season months, we’ll return to a choice of these significantly emblematic proposals and initiatives. The third a part of our sequence takes us, as within the occasions of the pioneers of theatrical decentralization, to the villages, following the Regional Theater of the Pays de la Loire, then to the Nationwide Archeology Museum of Saint-Germain-en-Laye to admire the chimeras from the land of the Celts, then by the river for a circus session and contemplation of the pure surroundings, lastly, with the 2nd probability college students of the college of Nîmes, on the filming set of a brief movie.
Pays de la Loire: theatrical roaming and village encounters
Camille de la Guillonnière directs the Regional Theater of Pays de la Loire. He was for a very long time the playwright for Jean Bellorini, who now directs the TNP de Villeurbanne. ” I come from a really small village north of Angers, he tells us. At some point my great-aunt informed me that the baker, Mom Panchêvre, had performed there Maria Stuart, Schiller, in 1945. Because the nation folks don’t appear to me any extra silly at this time than they did then, I informed myself that it was completely needed to supply them once more top quality theatrical texts: the good comedian, poetic, philosophical authors and literary. That is why I created The stroll by means of the villages, 17 years ago.
” My mentors are Jeanne Laurent and Jean Dasté, the pioneers of theatrical decentralization! To which is added Maurice Pottecher, the creator of the Widespread Theater of Bussang. As a result of if you wish to go all the best way to the tip of the viewers assembly, you additionally should share the stage with them. On this spirit, our efficiency the time of a troop produces a present each summer season the place 4 or 5 skilled actors play with about fifteen amateurs on the Château du Plessis-Macé. Very lovely human adventures and a coaching problem, which we additionally took on, in the course of the 12 months, with programs given by the corporate’s actors.
” As Stroll by means of the villages, not solely are we enjoying in small cities, however yearly we come again! We began 17 years ago with three villages. As we speak we now have thirty-nine to go to. We discovered regulars and new audiences there. We arrived with our stage, sound, lights, bar, bookstore. The municipality offers benches, chairs, electrical energy, a room to vary. We search for probably the most appropriate place for the present, within the coronary heart of on a regular basis life: the market sq., the city corridor, the college, the church… The actors obtain them an hour earlier than the present. They hand out blankets, run the bar, and after the present, the night time continues at this touring bar and bookstore, the place folks speak concerning the present and all, like previous mates. »
Within the Tour of the Villages program: The Miser by Molière and The Previous Woman, in accordance with Balzac. Extra data right here
Ile de France: when youngsters applicable the sport of shapes
” Of all of the museum’s summer season workshops, this one is geared toward youngsters from the age of 5. In addition to the dad and mom or grandparents who accompany them! We’re within the Nationwide Archaeological Museum, within the fort (nationwide area) of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, with one of many richest collections ever assembled on the topic. Artist Clara Baum has chosen, with archaeologist Laurent Olivier, to supply youngsters an enigmatic Gallic object.
” We appeared on the museum collectively and talked about it, she continues. It’s alleged to be a suspension. Was it a sacred object? A standard object? In truth, we do not know. Then again, we see how a lot the Gauls liked to adorn objects of various residing species: animals, crops. Human varieties too. It might appear to be a dragon, a chimera…
” The concept of appropriating this combination of figures comes fairly naturally. So I recommend that the kids make a “pell-mell” e-book. They’ll be capable to give wings to their creativeness, however inside a framework that reassures them: the rule of the sport is to attract any animal, incredible or not, in three components, and calculating the intervals at all times in the identical locations, for instance the transition from the neck to the remainder of the physique. Generally it overflows a bit (and it does not matter)! Then we minimize it out, I make a binding and everybody has their little e-book. They’ve enjoyable mixing up the pages, displaying them to one another.
” We see their sources of inspiration emerge, how they symbolize residing species, what they arrive throughout after they draw, what worries them. Generally a Spider-Man seems, who can be a mix: a spider-man, a supply of infinite dialogue… »
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Middle-Val de Loire area: a contemplative circus on the banks of the Loire
“Towards a present, it’s a sensorial spectacle whose fundamental interpreter, not less than for half of it, is… the panorama. On the finish, says Emilia Tau, juggler, dancer, puppeteer, creator and director, we return, with the viewers, to the river and everybody contemplates it in silence for a minute. So all of us danced collectively. In early July, it was in Montsoreau, within the coronary heart of the Anjou Touraine Regional Pure Park. Along with her accomplices (a ballerina, a trapeze artist, an acrobat, an “antipodist” – who juggles her ft), she undertook “ a gradual, inexperienced stroll on the banks of the Loire, with the will to create a gathering between us, people, and nature: fauna, flora, water, wind, mild.
” We journey mild, by bike, and our present has no projectors or audio system, she continues, for there may be the solar and the tune of the birds. First, we walked by means of the forest with the viewers. The trapeze artist didn’t convey her tools: she is flying within the bushes. In the identical approach, with the steadiness ladder or with the juggling balls, artists search for types of dialogue between the outside panorama and the inside panorama. After we reached the banks of the river, we continued in the identical spirit, this time for a real celebration of water: juggling, manipulations and aquatic percussion.
” To coach ourselves, we discover ornithologists, botanists, specialists in pure environments, but additionally dancers in nature and even an skilled in hypnosis. And our thought is to share all this data with most of the people, within the type of an inventive language to which, we be aware, the scientific language goes very effectively. This additionally led us to design circus nature workshops for kids, for nursing houses and social facilities, that are removed from deaf to the panorama’s expressions. »
One other nice supply of inspiration for Emilia Tau: Indian tradition and the banks of the Ganges. ” There, girls wash their colourful materials by the river. We discovered components of that in our present. After I strategy the water, the primary picture that involves me is the life generated by the river. Washing garments, fishing, crusing… » A special look that privileges the revaluation of the panorama within the eyes of its inhabitants, vacationers, sportsmen and walkers.
Subsequent steps: August 3: Beauget Seaside, Briare (45), August 7: Saint-Satur (18). Extra data right here.
In Nîmes: when second-chance younger folks take over the cinema
” One thing occurred, a magical second, when my actor pal Rachid-Amir Moudir, who helped me lead the primary week with a theater workshop, made this younger lady perceive that she may cease judging herself negatively. Since then, these younger folks have by no means stopped giving me vitality: we’re going to make a really lovely movie collectively and so they deserve it! Murat Aslan-Rymo, who graduated from the Kourtrajmé movie college simply three years ago, has since had a sequence of initiatives and is worked up about “Transat”, the residency supplied by the Ateliers Médicis as a part of the Cultural Summer season.
” They’re between 18 and 25 years previous, they stay in rural communities round Nîmes, the place we encounter the identical issues as Montfermeil: there is no such thing as a extra transport after 10pm! They have not had a simple journey, they have a tendency to stay in their very own bubble, and to earn their belief it’s a must to… dig deep. This theater workshop was important. This allowed us to create a collective. »
Over the course of a month, Murat Aslan-Rymo begins with stomach respiration workout routines, “ the bottom of the bases », strikes on to the classes in entrance of the digicam, then to the automated writing workout routines, to the collective writing of a script, to the filming classes and, lastly, to the enhancing. ” I clarify the artistic course of to them after which we outline every part, all collectively. We actually labored in depth. Particularly within the dialogues, as a result of I would like these dialogues to resemble them as intently as potential. Additionally in approach, as a result of the concept is to make the movie with them from A to Z. For me it is extra difficult, however it’s an enormous satisfaction to see them so motivated. It’s a actual journey for many individuals.
” It’s even rather more than a easy movie: a really robust affective expertise. I discover that it makes me develop. And I hope that from their facet they arrive out totally different, extra assured, safer. And that is in step with the theme of the venture itself, which is the search : of all of the treasures on the planet, the actual treasure is inside us. You simply must know discover it. It is a seek for your self. If this workshop can contribute a bit to everybody, I’ll have gained every part! »
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