Under the name of the Cultural Bazaar, it is an original and atypical creativity place that opened its doors on Friday, July 23, 2021 at the end of the afternoon, at 7 Sarah Jose Street, in Saint-Paul-de-Leon. Not intended to be a simple gallery, even if the vast buildings that once housed the Carpe Diem sign (currently rue Général-Leclerc) invite you to discover a number of figurative, textile, and other works but also a space full of creativity. It also welcomes poetry, writing, music, inks, collage, photography, comedy, theater, textile design, solo models…even workshops and plastic arts courses.
Mayor Stefan Klorek, accompanied by Carol Utrett, Assistant Culture and Marc Constantin, Assistant Commerce, welcomed this dynamic into the heart of the city. The new address is actually part of a cultural outing that connects on a tour of artistic discovery the Maison Prébendale with its galleries, Books in Room, Media Library, Jacques de Kerdrel Workshop, and Marianne Laës Art Gallery and Creations. Weavers of joints on pedestrian streets.
Currently, the Cultural Bazaar showcases the creations of Bruno Sentier, Cécievade de Portzamparc, Caroline Boyfield and Anne Marc, visual artists, Marion Monnier and artisan costume designer, while Genevieve Le Maire and Michel Cesare also intend to develop theatrical expression.
The Cultural Bazaar organizes fine arts courses, workshops and workshops every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. It is also open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm.
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