Bernaville. A comic strip for schoolchildren to appropriate our archaeological treasures
The Departmental Council offers a comic strip to the 8000 students of 6th year of the Somme.Its authors were at the college of Bernaville to explain the birth of this comic.
The 8000 pupils of 6th year of the Somme received a comic strip, “Hagard, investigator of history”, created by the Departmental Council.
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Offered to 8,000 6th grade students
Its authors were at the Bernaville College last week for an official presentation, including the head of the archaeological center of Ribemont-sur-Ancre Gilles Prilaux, who explains the process:
The Ribemont-sur-Ancre site is recognized throughout Europe… and almost unknown to the Samarians.
To publicize the archaeological riches of our department, Gilles Prilaux had an original idea: to raise awareness among young people through comics.
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Thus was born Hagard, investigator of history, comic series resulting from the meeting of the archaeologist with the designer Greg Blondin and the screenwriter Mathieu Lavalée.
We wanted to make a real comic strip out of it, not just a teaching aid.We should not forget that we were primarily targeting children.
Posted Date: 2020-09-30