We are 100 years old!

In 2010, the Institut français du Royaume-Uni (The French Institute in the UK) is celebrating its centenary with a series of special events.

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Monday 15th of August 2022

Meeting of minds

A series of encounters, ‘les dialogues du centenaire’, bring together well known British and French authors and film directors to discuss a wide range of challenging topics.

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Institut français Centenary

Event 

Quentin Blake and Bruno Heitz on Children's Literature
Title:
Quentin Blake and Bruno Heitz on Children's Literature
When:
Wed 03 Feb 07.30 pm
Where:
Médiathèque - Institut français - LONDON
Category:
Les Dialogues du centenaire

Description

Renowned illustrator, Quentin Blake, and French author-illustrator, Bruno Heitz, discuss children's literature and illustration from their perspectives on either side of the channel. T

he debate will be animated by a drawing contest in which Blake and Heitz challenge each other's talent. Quentin Blake has been drawing for over sixty years; his illustrations most famously accompany the tales of Roald Dahl. Bruno Heitz is a prolific comic-book artist and illustrator whose series are published by Gallimard and Le Seuil.

Prices:  £5, conc £3

Venue

Venue:
Médiathèque - Institut français   -   Website

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