The partnership sees its first actions becoming a reality in October, 2010 with a student in second year of Master in Performing Arts in Brest’s sarrival at le Fourneau for a training course who will pursue her training course accross the Channel at Hat Fair Festival, and the reception of 20 English students from the Winchester University during a week in Brest, as part of La Déambule, artistic event to welcome students organized by the City and la Communauté Urbaine de Brest Métropole Océane.
In the program of their stay in Brittany : presentation and visit of le Fourneau and of Brest’s University, meetings with artists and Brittany-based arts and cultural organizations, multimedia training, theoretical approach of culture and street arts in France.
The Wincherster’s students will also attend the shows programmed as part of La Déambule : Company Luc Amoros’ Page Blanche (creation supported by the ZEPA network) and David Moréno’s Floten Tecles.
This partnership’s officialization on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 in Brest, in the presence of :
(From the left to the right)
Jean Manuel Warnet, lecturer, course director, Master of Performing Arts, faculty of literature
Marie Armelle Barbier-Le Déroff, Dean - UBO’s faculty of literature
Anne Marie Galliou-Scanvion, UBO’s Vice-Présidente, International Relations Director
Michèle Bosseur, National Centre le Fourneau’s co-director
John Lee, Winchester’s University (Bachelor Street Arts)
Claude Morizur, National Centre le Fourneau’s co-director
Sian Thomas, Artistic Director of Celebrations (Winchester Hat Fair)
20 English students of Winchester’s University on the benches of Brest’s Faculty of literature…