Pascal Jaouen School – summer 2021, a new exhibition


From April 6 to September 25, 2021, Baradoz, the exhibition space for Textile Art and Haute-Couture embroidery, is showing its gratitude to the public.

As the pandemic crisis imposes its restrictions on cultural and artistic places, the new exhibition aims to thank the visitors who have made “War an Hent …”, the 2020 exhibition, an undeniable success.
Very touched by the enthusiasm of a passionate public and its many messages of support and solidarity, the Baradoz team has chosen to highlight the influence of traditional embroidery on contemporary creation, through a kaleidoscope of colors and materials.

The content of this site is free and is not damaged by un-welcomed publicity. I do this work with love and passion but it requires a lot of time. I would like to continue to offer a wider market to our artists, to show how embroidery is a wonderful art. But I do need a little bit of help. If you feel like it, you can participate with a little donation to help me continue. I will be so grateful! Thank you! Claire

© BernardGaléron

Exceptional pieces of traditional clothing heritage and Haute-Embroidery outfits echo each other: silk threads, glass beads, jet cabochons, fehl braid punctuate your visit, witnesses of a past that nourishes today and tomorrow; the blues, reds, yellows decline all their shades, whether they are linen or crystal, like a precious rainbow.

The process of creating an outfit is also explored, from the preparatory drawing to the choice of materials needed for the embroidery, in order to lead the public to the very heart of the creation of a collection.
Each set shown is chosen for its beauty and interest, to say “Trugarez-Thank you”.

Information: until June 30, open Tuesday to Saturday / July to the end of September, open Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.-6 p.m.
Fees: individuals: € 5 / free under 12 / groups (+ 10 people): € 4 / person / if guided tour, € 5.

For the Ecole de Broderie d’Art
16 rue Haute
29000 Quimper /