2019 Symposium

Les Petites Journées d’Aiguines

Our woodturning symposium, Les Petites Journées d’Aiguines, will be held on May 30 and 31. It is open for a maximum of 100 attendees. It’s the perfect opportunity to discover unknown but talented woodturners as well as getting close to some world class ones. For sure, if you add the breathtaking surroundings of the Verdon Canyon and the warm welcome of fellow woodturners, this is an event not to miss.

This year will feature:.

Dixie Biggs (États-Unis)

Benoît Averly

Thierry Bertheas

Gérard Bidou

Jean-Claude Charpignon

Jean-François Escoulen

Vivien Grandouiller

Tom Jung

Alain Mailland

Yann Marot

Maxime Perrolle

An open workshop
by Paul Texier (Ornamental turning).

A competition.

Three exhibitions
and a lot more…

During the symposium, there will be several translators to help English-speakers, but all demonstrations will not be translated.

Reception : we will welcome you from the 29th of May at 6PM, where you’ll get your congress file. Then we’ll have a potluck dinner where every demonstrator will be introduced.

Meals : From a caterer.
Accomodation : The Aiguines area being very touristic, we recommand to make early booking. More info on Tourist Office of Aiguines.

For inquiries : contact.

 

Bol cordé tripode, Yann Marot

Création Maxime Perrolle

 

Paul Texier, spécialiste du tournage ornemental

Paul Texier, spécialiste du tournage ornemental

Lip service, Dixie Biggs

 

Grey Shell, Benoît Averly

Création Th. Bertheas (photo Laure Pradeau)

Grosse faim, Vivien Grandouiller

Bols, Tom Jung

Création Alain Mailland