Library Educational Services
Workshop library & documentary research with students, Linocut with kids and tour guide of Librarium with adults or students at KBR, Koninklijke Bibliotheek Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique
Archives & Musée de la littérature
Retro-cataloguing the Fonds Spécial Émile Verhaeren (library, manuscripts, letters) and the Musée Intime Marthe & Émile Verhaeren (documentation, photography, artworks) and research for pedagogical/digital mediation. Assisting on exhibition material (archives, frames and booklet design) for La Beauté du diable : Jean de Boschère, imagier rebelle, cur. Véronique Jago / AML, Wittockiana. Cataloguing an archival collection of Belgian authors (Jim Kaliski, Claude Haumont, Franz Hellens, Ange Rawoe, Michel de Ghelderode, Robert Van Nuffel). At AML, Archives and Museum of Literature – research center and literary documentation of Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.
"Open it ! Root & typographie : archive, recherche et écriture" was a several-days workshop oriented to books and media archives, types and writing, publishing history and cultural heritage with national and local institutions visits in Brussels: Réserve Précieuse, Dépôt Légal, Service DIGIT at the KBR, Royal Library of Belgium and Media Library, Exhibition and Archives at Argos, Centre of Art & Media. With the bachelors students from the typography department and the teachers Ludi Loiseau & Marie-Christophe Lambert of the Ecole de recherche Graphique, Brussels. Links: http://zigzaganimal.be/?p=5525 –– http://zigzaganimal.be/?p=5546 –– http://zigzaganimal.be/?p=5596
"Points of Access: Reflections on Public Libraries, Special Archives, and New Digital Initiatives"
A short essay commissioned by Inland Editions and published in Bookspace: Collected Essays on Libraries (Oxford – London: Inland Editions). It is a study on issues of accessibility in heritage collections and public libraries in Belgium, France and elsewhere in Europe.
BSB Secondary Library and Learning Resources
Librarianship at the British School of Brussels
St Bride Library
Reading room help desk, collecting and archiving in Room 19 books or documents related to the history of printing, writing, typography, newspapers, and publishing trade at St Bride Fondation, Printing Library and Typographical Archive, London
FDDDL, Fonds de documentation et de lecture à l'Erg
Founded the FDDDL, a documentation, reading and resource fund at the Erg and started to collect publications, documentations, productions, donations from students, staff, alumni, friends, teachers, and gather a school archive with the help of the Student Council. The FDDDL was born from the desire to offer a space devoted to reading and exchanging ideas. As an archive, the Fund juxtaposes a range of works from several generations of students, as well as a number of publications that mattered during their studies, and that have since become personal references. The FDDDL seeks to render visible and to materialize the school's history by inventorying students' works and topical concerns, thus offering a glimpse of the Erg's singularity on the cups of its 40th birthday. The FDDDL is still run by students and a new online catalogue has been design by Florence Grosse in 2016.