Creepy Paris or Spooky London?

I posted before about the new ‘twinning’ arrangement between Church Street Library and Bibliotheque Place des Fetes in Paris. We’ve recently held two children’s events as part of the French twinning project.

'Imagine Creepy Paris', Church Street Library, August 2013The first one was ‘Imagine Creepy Paris’, where the children had the choice to draw either the Eiffel Tower or Notre Dame church and then decorate them to make them creepy…

Eighteen children took part and created some fantastic works, some of which you can see in the pictures here.

'Imagine Creepy Paris', Church Street Library, August 2013      'Draw your Creepy London', Church Street Library, August 2013

The second one was ‘Draw your Creepy London’. This time the children could draw Big Ben, Tower Bridge or the Tower of London. Big Ben was the most popular, and the children showed some great art skills. This workshop was even more successful and 23 children took part.

'Draw your Creepy London', Church Street Library, August 2013

All the works will be sent to our twin library in Paris and we will receive arts from the children who participated in similar events at Place des Fetes. Keep an eye on the Church Street Library news & events page for details of the exhibition by the Paris children.

[Julie]

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  1. Pingback: Place des Fetes comes to Church Street | Books & the City

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