Exposition participative Miyazaki

Friday June 14
31, place du Faubourg 12270 Najac
Come create an object from Hauru's room (Howl's Moving Castle) to complete the exhibition dedicated to the work of Hayao Miyazaki, with the artist Fanny Noël.

In the imaginary worlds of Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, we find a little of our reality, and a lot of fantasy. His animated films, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Howl's Moving Castle and many others have populated the imaginations of many of us with fantastical worlds and vibrant colors.

Inspired by her online fan communities, artist Fanny Noel aims to blur the line between reality and imagination by recreating the magical artifacts from her films. The objects thus shaped then take their place in our interiors and in our everyday lives, allowing the introduction of a little dream into our material realities.

The making of these objects is a collective process, in perpetual construction. Conceived as a reverse archaeological excavation in the animations of H. Miyazaki, it is above all a work of appropriation and translation.

The scene in Hauru's room, a character from the film Howl's Moving Castle, is offered as a site of investigation and in which participants are free to choose an object that they would like to create. Each object is studied, designed, conceptualized and produced according to each person's time and means. Five manufacturing workshops of two hours each are offered in the exhibition space. Participants agree to exhibit their work in progress for the duration of the

the event while remaining owners of their artifact and will be able to acquire it definitively when the exhibition ends.

Dates: June 2 to July 7

Workshops every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (02/06 – 09/06 – 16/06 – 23/06 and 30/06)

Duration: 2 hours – Free price


  • Art

All dates and times

Opening hours from June 02 to July 07, 2024
from 9AM to 12PM
Opening hours from June 02 to July 07, 2024
Participatory workshop from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.


Free participation
(For Sunday morning workshops.
Free access exhibition.)

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31, place du Faubourg
12270 Najac
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