Gatherings and discussions
Tales of experiences and meetings with Jocelyne Imbert, Antonin Simon, and craftsmen who are partners of the workshops.
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As part of its support program for the Tunisian handicrafts and crafts industry, more specifically the project "Artistic Residency Workshops between international designers/creators and Tunisian craftsmen", the Rambourg Foundation is hosting meetings to exchange ideas on crafts and the sharing of know-how and experience :
Saturday, January 9, 2021, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rambourg Foundation headquarters at 26, Rue du 1er Juin 1955, Mutuelle ville.
Your safety being our priority, reinforced hygiene measures will be implemented throughout the event. We ask all our guests to wear a mask and practice social distancing.
The number of seats will be limited to ensure that sanitary measures are respected. Please register online as soon as possible to secure your place.
- Jocelyne Imbert: Director of the project "Artistic Residency Workshops between international designers/creators and Tunisian craftsmen".
- Antonin Simon Giraudet : Artist, performer and designer. His practice consists in embodying typological characters in sculptural silhouettes, supernatural effigies of the music stage.
- Mohamed Lidarsa: Master of pottery of excellence disciple of Othman ben Salah installed in the Medina of Tunis. He was selected in 2008 by Leila Menchari for the Hermés exhibition. He has exported his products to Australia, Europe and the Middle East. He was also part of an exhibition at the Maisons et Objets salon.
- Abderrazak Belgacem: Born into a family of mosaicists from father to son (the father participated in the restoration of works exhibited at the Bardo Museum). The mosaic craftsman of excellence has developed an exceptional know-how and carries out reproductions of Roman works as well as his own artistic creations.
- Salah Barka: Tunisian model and stylist. In love with history, art and traditional clothing style, Salah Barka has been able to move towards a unique style of creation and to incorporate the Tunisian, Berber, Phoenician and African civilization in his line. It is also inspired by nature and its different colors for the choice of fabric and materials to make contemporary clothing, ethnic and unique.
- Fatma ben Abdallah: Tunisian stylist of international recognition. She has won many international awards such as the trophy "International Fashion Show" (2003), the UNESCO Crafts Prize for the Arab countries (2000) and the trophy of women world business leaders Paris (1999). Mrs. Ben Abdellah has also participated in many fashion shows in her country in Tunisia. She has represented her country in many major fashion capitals such as Beijing, Beirut, Washington, Rome, Marrakech, Montreal, Paris …
- Sarah Jomaa: Originally from "Ksour Essaf" near Mahdia, Sara Jomaa has bathed from her earliest childhood in the land of jewelers so famous in this region of Tunisia. This certainly led her to study at the School of Fine Arts in Tunis. She benefited from the support and advice of the greatest filigree masters of the Medina of Tunis, who transmitted the secrets and the know-how of their art to her.
- Tarek Kammoun: Tarak Kamoun is a glass blower and master glassmaker of excellence, he goes back in time and is inspired by the history of glass in Tunisia: the pieces of blown glass from the eighteenth century fascinate him. He resumes the technique of the glass blown inside wrought iron, experiments the tensions created, pushes the material and sees it evolve over the years.
- Ahmed Soussi: Ahmed Soussi is a potter of excellence from father to son established in Nabeul in a small family workshop. Son of Hedi Soussi Master craftsman and former trainer in the workshops of ONAT. He exports to markets in Europe.