‘Libre cours à l’imagination’
Conversation between cartoonists Aimée de Jongh and Alex W. Inker
2 December 2021
On December 2, cartoonists Aimée de Jongh (NL) and Alex W. Inker (FR) will participate in the interview series ‘Libre crous à l’imagination’ and talk to each other about their profession. Their conversation is open to the public, and will take place in L’Atelier Néerlandais in Paris, starting from 7:00 PM. This event is part of a series of discussions organized by the Dutch embassy in Paris in collaboration with the Foundation for Literature.
Which French colleague would you like to start a dialogue with? This question was asked to eight different Dutch cartoonists. Aimée de Jongh said that she wanted to speak with Christophe Blain. The talks, organized under the name ‘Libre cours à l’imagination’, are moderated by Lucie Servin. In addition to the conversation between Typex and Blain, one more conversations will take place in 2021: Erik de Graaf and Carole Maurel will speak to each other on December 16.
- Date and time: Thursday, December 2, at 7:00 PM;
- Address: l’Atelier Néerlandais, 121 Rue de Lille, 75007 in Paris;
- Cost: free
- Registration: mail to email@example.com, and be quick, because the number of places is limited.
For more information, visit the site of [l’Atelier Néerlandais] (https://atelierneerlandais.com/tweespraak-5-in-het-kader-van-libre-cours-a-limagination/).