Chaumousey – See you on Sunday July 7 for the Folie Calette

Chaumousey – See you on Sunday July 7 for the Folie Calette
Chaumousey – See you on Sunday July 7 for the Folie Calette

In the bucolic setting of Lake Bouzey, at the water’s edge, around thirty craftsmen from all over the Grand Est exhibit and sell their creations. Ceramists, blowtorch glassmakers, manufacturers of textile objects and artisanal seamstresses, artistic ironworkers, decorative painters, lampshade makers, framers, bookbinders, basket makers, wood turners, milliners…: around fifteen trades art are present on Sunday July 7 at Lake Bouzey.

The event is celebrating its seventh edition with, like every year, professional musical groups who take turns for concerts in a jazzy spirit: The Main Users, Jazz trio, the singers La Grande and Yellemi, in duo or solo, and musical surprises during the afternoon. The place is ideal for walking and cycling, swimming, or simply relaxing on the surrounding beaches. You can eat on site. FREE ENTRANCE.

The event benefits from the financial support of the Grand Est Regional Council and the Vosges Departmental Council, economic players. Many partners, communities and associations help with logistics. The Métiers d’art space is coordinated by the Vosges establishment of the CMA Grand Est.

This year, La Folie Calette welcomes 26 art artisans from the Grand Est. These artisans come from 54, 55, 57, 68, 88, and even 02.

The professions presented: glassmakers, potters-ceramists, manufacturers of textile objects, artisanal seamstresses, felt maker-finisher, framer, artistic ironworker, decorative painter, milliner, wood turner, basket maker, lampshade maker, etc.

You will find: jewelry, hats, clothing and fashion accessories, luggage, kits and pouches, decorative objects, tableware, basketry, furniture…

Of the 26 artisans present, 9 exhibitors have never come and there are a dozen of those present in 2023.

We will find the Kim and Lilas jewelry, with their poetic visuals, photo miniatures. The blowtorch glass spinners Mathilde, Léna, Karin, Natacha who were successful in 2023. Guillaume the wood turner. Fanny and Jacqueline and their collections of artisanal ready-to-wear made in fabrics with unique prints. Anne and her artistic supervision. Lise and her bags. Artistic ironworkers…

And then we will see exhibitors from previous editions again: Lilichatok and her fancy hats, Hélène and her illustrations engraved or painted on ceramic.

Among the new features, we will discover a glass spinner who creates “marbles”, these glass balls which trap wonderful worlds; a decorative painter who renovates furniture; a creator of smocked textile objects…

Also present on July 7 : Philippe Roussel who will offer these CDs and albums; The editions of “Why not?” » with their collections of books bringing together renowned authors and student illustrators from ESAL, around popular culture; the author of detective novels Jean-Pierre Chassard.

Ahead the music

Pfor the Folie Calette, tthree groups will be present with musical surprises throughout the afternoon

•            The Main users

“The Main Users is a program of jazz standards with aesthetics ranging from Charlie Parker to Bill Frisell. This open formula trio leaves a lot of room for mutual listening and interplay. Enough to take you on a journey while delighting your ears”

• The Great Song

“La Grande Chante is a good meter of Palapapam, centimeters of schgiligiling and a few millimeters of hohoho. La Grande is above all a voice and a guitar. From ballads to cries from the heart, his melodies serve lyrics combining sweetness and impertinence. An intimate universe combining compositions and covers, a tête-à-tête with the public to savor the time of a concert…”

•         Yellemi

“Yellemi invites you to dive into her world. His soft voice and folk guitar take you on a musical journey where Anglo-Saxon and French covers, well-known pieces and discoveries mix. Inspired by Indie-folk and acoustic music, she infuses her interpretations with a touch of authenticity.

In the bucolic setting of Lake Bouzey, at the water’s edge, around thirty craftsmen from all over the Grand Est exhibit and sell their creations. Ceramists, blowtorch glassmakers, manufacturers of textile objects and artisanal seamstresses, artistic ironworkers, decorative painters, lampshade makers, framers, bookbinders, basket makers, wood turners, milliners…: around fifteen trades art are present on Sunday July 7 at Lake Bouzey.

The event is celebrating its seventh edition with, like every year, professional musical groups who take turns for concerts in a jazzy spirit: The Main Users, Jazz trio, the singers La Grande and Yellemi, in duo or solo, and musical surprises during the afternoon. The place is ideal for walking and cycling, swimming, or simply relaxing on the surrounding beaches. You can eat on site. FREE ENTRANCE.

The event benefits from the financial support of the Grand Est Regional Council and the Vosges Departmental Council, economic players. Many partners, communities and associations help with logistics. The Métiers d’art space is coordinated by the Vosges establishment of the CMA Grand Est.

This year, La Folie Calette welcomes 26 art artisans from the Grand Est. These artisans come from 54, 55, 57, 68, 88, and even 02.

The professions presented: glassmakers, potters-ceramists, manufacturers of textile objects, artisanal seamstresses, felt maker-finisher, framer, artistic ironworker, decorative painter, milliner, wood turner, basket maker, lampshade maker, etc.

You will find: jewelry, hats, clothing and fashion accessories, luggage, kits and pouches, decorative objects, tableware, basketry, furniture…

Of the 26 artisans present, 9 exhibitors have never come and there are a dozen of those present in 2023.

We will find the Kim and Lilas jewelry, with their poetic visuals, photo miniatures. The blowtorch glass spinners Mathilde, Léna, Karin, Natacha who were successful in 2023. Guillaume the wood turner. Fanny and Jacqueline and their collections of artisanal ready-to-wear made in fabrics with unique prints. Anne and her artistic supervision. Lise and her bags. Artistic ironworkers…

And then we will see exhibitors from previous editions again: Lilichatok and her fancy hats, Hélène and her illustrations engraved or painted on ceramic.

Among the new features, we will discover a glass spinner who creates “marbles”, these glass balls which trap wonderful worlds; a decorative painter who renovates furniture; a creator of smocked textile objects…

Also present on July 7 : Philippe Roussel who will offer these CDs and albums; The editions of “Why not?” » with their collections of books bringing together renowned authors and student illustrators from ESAL, around popular culture; the author of detective novels Jean-Pierre Chassard.

Ahead the music

Pfor the Folie Calette, tthree groups will be present with musical surprises throughout the afternoon

•            The Main users

“The Main Users is a program of jazz standards with aesthetics ranging from Charlie Parker to Bill Frisell. This open formula trio leaves a lot of room for mutual listening and interplay. Enough to take you on a journey while delighting your ears”

• The Great Song

“La Grande Chante is a good meter of Palapapam, centimeters of schgiligiling and a few millimeters of hohoho. La Grande is above all a voice and a guitar. From ballads to cries from the heart, his melodies serve lyrics combining sweetness and impertinence. An intimate universe combining compositions and covers, a tête-à-tête with the public to savor the time of a concert…”

•         Yellemi

“Yellemi invites you to dive into her world. His soft voice and folk guitar take you on a musical journey where Anglo-Saxon and French covers, well-known pieces and discoveries mix. Inspired by Indie-folk and acoustic music, she infuses her interpretations with a touch of authenticity.

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