At Yvonne Jean-Haffen’s space in Dinan, it’s pier, this Saturday, May 14. The structure of the La Fontaine-des-Eaux region welcomes for the second time the slam workshop proposed by the association La Tanière de la Louve. On-site, four participants wrote, crossed out, and rewrote this afternoon, based on the framework of Diane La Blanche, who co-host these workshops. “It was intense but you did really well!” she says at the end of the session. Co-host Tom Acirontia agrees: “We see that confidence in the workshop was more present.” For this session, they chose to start with a framework “inspired by” Amélie Loves, Amélie Doesn’t Like “Amélie Poulain,” smiles at the organizers.
“I was curious, and I wanted to be accompanied, to develop my thinking.” Ivana, 25, is participating in these workshops for the second time. “It allows me to enrich my thoughts,” slips from “you write quite a bit already” when you want to. “And then, it brings something tangible! The tangible thing is the recording at the end of September for the clips written by the participants, along with a concert at the end of the year. This course, Lady, 51, intends to follow it to the end. It’s the first time I try It has something like this.” And in conclusion: “But I feel that I am able to do it and implement the project!”
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