They are rare professions of which we know almost nothing. Yet, they nourish French creativity. They are marquetry specialists, master glassmakers, photo engravers, ceramists, instrument makers... but they all have something extra. A distinctive title that protects their skills, while bringing them to light. This status provides them with a precious heritage: that of a rare and singular expertise passed on by a Master of Art. Under their tutelage, their lives will be transformed.
1 - Sculpting the air: organ builder Bertrand Cattiaux
2 - Revealing the gesture: photo engraver Fanny Boucher
3 - Renew the material: leather restorer Céline Bonnot-Diconne
4 - Understanding, interpreting, interacting with glass : Jean Marc Schilt and Sébastien Maurer
5 - Shaping sound, wood in vibration: Judith Kraft and Mathieu Pradels, luthiers (stringed instrument maker).
6 - Marrying Stones and Light: Hervé Obligi, lapidary sculptor
7 - A New Look at the Art of Costume: Christine Leclercq, costume designer