In the stone of the capitals, In the twelfth century, sculptors carved images of their daily life, their faith and their vision of the world. Mischievous or solemn, astonishing and sometimes confusing, sumptuous most often, they transmit humble messages and powerful teachings that it is not always easy to read. How to understand them? What do they still have to say to the men of the 21st century?
The marquee reading workshop proposes an approach that is both spontaneous and scholarly. Each participant is invited to give his feelings, his interpretation. The guide offers historical landmarks and elements of translation of the symbolic language used by artists. This dialogue with the stone brings from the bottom of the ages answers to universal questions that can still be very personal today..