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École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Tours Angers Le Mans

École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Tours Angers Le Mans

The school of Tours, Angers and Le Mans (TALM) offers a wide range of courses: art, sound design, conservation-restoration, textile techniques, space design and object design. Teaching is provided by teachers who are all professionals in the arts. Through its extensive network of partnerships in regional, national and international territories, TALM enables its students to discover the pluralistic world of art and contemporary design, to undertake internships around the world and to prepare effectively for professional integration. In addition, the institution places special emphasis on research for which it knows how to master the issues and meet the challenges.

The workshop :

“Colors : Light in pieces” is a workshop for the initiation to light and color, directed by Hélène Mugot.

After studying the questions of optics, elementary chemistry or the history of the visual arts, students will have to consider color as a means of expression and writing that serves artwork, in the creation of visual artwork.

 

The workshop :

“The thread and traces” is a workshop of creation and research directed by Laurent Millet and Isabelle Lévènez in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts of Angers.

Centered around an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Angers, in a perspective of exchange between works of heritage and those of the students, as a journey through time and history at the heart of the museum, students are invited to intervene in a number of different ways: dialogue, appropriation, thematic, formal, historical.

The selection :

The selection :

Joséphine / Noémi Guihéneux / 2015 / 7'08

A phrase in the school-book of Josephine, a distant grandmother, resounds between the domestic walls. “All the pleasures of the earth are not worth a tear of penance.”
She knits her doll’s clothes white when the red tear touches the ground. Disorder settles in. She then slips away from the perceptible and draws a detour on the threshold of freedom.

Tribute / Milena Massardier / 2015 / 3’12

The film establishes a link between the different modes of the representation of war. The reproductions and videos of battle paintings pass by to the rhythm of the song “Die Motherfucker Die” of the group Dope, regularly used in amateur montages broadcast on the Internet and emerging as real odes to military virility and to arms.