Paris Doll Holiday and Workshop Week 2017: April 22nd - April 29th.

or join us in 2018: April 28th - May 5th

The Paris doll holiday and workshop week will take place in the little village of Cernay La Ville in the Parc de la Haute Vallee de Chevreuse. It is near Versailles and Paris. At 10 minutes is the Paris underground to the city centre (45 minutes).

Click here for the slideshow of the May 2016 pictures

Click here for the slideshow of the May 2015 pictures

Click here for the May 2014 pictures


More about the Paris Week on:
www.colliii.com/en/story/marlaine-verhelst-doll-making-course

En francais: www.mesproduitsmaison.com/la-semaine-de-latelier-poupees-a-paris

The students of the June 2007 week made their own song about the location: "The McKoning Hymne"

Language: English.

Read everything about it in the 2006 Spring Issue of Art Doll Quarterly!!

During this week we will make a complete doll in airdrying clay, clothing included. Alternative program: working with porcelain clay (sculpting in porcelain on head, hands and feet). Click here to see some pictures.

Arrival: Saturday April 22nd 2017
Departure: Saturday April 29th 2017


Price includes workshops during 6 days, lodging, welcome meal, breakfasts, coffee and tea during workshops hours and famous french lunches.

There is (limited) room available for family, partners, friends.

More information and registration:
Marlaine Verhelst
tel. +31 13 4670504 and
e-mail: marlaine@home.nl
http://marlaineverhelst.com


Tips: visit the Paris city centre and the
Musée de la Poupée
Musée de la Toile de Jouy (devoted to the former printed textile factory)
Asian Dolls - Le Monde de la Poupée Asiatique
The Louvre Museum
Isabel Art Gallery
or
Shopping in Paris
The Champs-Elysées
Shopping near the Sacre Coeur and the Notre Dame
More fabrics: Moline Mercerie
Paris Flea Markets
Bonial.fr - Shopping portal
Mes Produits Maison
Bookstore Shakespeare and Company (Quartier Latin)
Drink coffee in Café Litéraire Les Deux Magots (Jean-Paul Sartre and Hemingway)
Paris à pied: Walks in Paris - by Eddy le Couvreur


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