Leading figures of children’s illustration, such as Axel Scheffler, Stephanie Blake, Claude K. Dubois and Patrick George give us their vision of Europe in this exhibition. This pan-European initiative, now led by the Pulse of Europe movement, was launched in 2017 by German publisher Moritz Verlag during the Frankfurt Book Fair, in order to demonstrate the kind of community, solidarity and cooperation that make the EU today. The original exhibition will be complemented by drawings by British artists, including Quentin Blake, Benji Davies and Bridget Strevens Marzo.
Join Axel Scheffler on Europe Day, on 9 May for a special tour of the exhibition, followed by a talk on European citizenship with Alexander Freiherr Knigge (Pulse of Europe) and Kalypso Nicolaidis (Centre for International Studies, Oxford University).
Fri 20 Apr – Fri 11 May | Exhibition
Free access during La Médiathèque opening hours
Wed 9 May 6pm | Tour & Talk
Free but booking essential
See also special screening of Djam on Wed 9 May
As part of The Fabric of Citizenship seminar series