Jul 11, 2020 - Jul 12, 2020
Château-d'Oex - Fête et Festival
To share their passion for papercutting, artists from all over Switzerland, France and Japan present their work at Château-d'Oex for a weekend.
Pays-d'Enhaut Région in collaboration with the Pays-d'Enhaut Museum, are organizing the 4th Journées du Papier Découpé, on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July 2019.
The event is expanding and this year welcomes 33 stands held by the Musée du Pays-d'Enhaut, the Association Suisse des Amis du Papier Découpé and the Papercutters: Ursula Astner, Carole Aufranc, Jacques Bergholz, Gabrielle Berset, Marie-Laure Beun, Carine Borderie, Céline Boutantin, Maja Bosshard, Elisabeth Bottesi, Krystyna Diethelm, Marianne Dubuis, Réhane Favereau, Corinne Favre Savoy, Alice Genoud, Doris Henchoz, Iyoku Masao, Pierre-André Jaggi, Jean-François Jaquier, Corinne Karnstädt, Claudine Keller, Susanne Kübli, Jacqueline Macherel, Regina Martin, Stéphanie Miguet, Pierre Mottier, Ariane Moullet, Marc Schweizer, Marlis Spielmann, Gaby Studer, Elizabeth Wirth, Délia Zimmerman.
They will be there to share with the public their passion for papercutting, cutting, exhibiting and selling their works.
On the program:
From 10:30 am: Doors open and craftsmen work in the underpass, in the college hall and on the floor of the restaurant Le Chalet, in Château-d'Oex*.
10:30 am - 12:30 pm : Cheese making demonstration in the restaurant Le Chalet (www.lechalet-fromagerie.ch/)*
11 am: Opening of a large cutting by Pierre Mottier and explanations in the hall of the college
1:30 pm: Inauguration of the exhibition "Le Grand des marques - 30 contemporary cutters" & commented visit *
1:30 pm & 3:30 pm: Cutting workshops
5pm: Closing of doors
"Le Grand des marques - 28 contemporary cutters": exhibition of large format papercuttings. Following the works of Jean-Jacques Hauswirth exhibited in 2018, the steering committee wishes to highlight contemporary cutters in 2019. The Grand des marques circuit will offer the public 28 large reproductions of the papercuttings presented at the 4th Journées du Papier Découpé. The exhibition will be opened this weekend and will remain in place until spring 2020.
*All of those activities are free