Reading Diane Orban & Myriam Karels

There is much more to everyday objects than you might think at first sight. You should try to look things in a new way. This is what the two brothers Charel and Jim are doing and they start an adventurous journey across the house. With a healthy portion of imagination they turn blankets into caves, laundry baskets into vessels and climb above every rock that rolls onto their path.

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Diane Orban and Myriam Karels met in 1999 at the art section of the Lycée Michel Rodange in Luxembourg City.
Diane then studied at the Faculté des Arts in Strasbourg, received her master’s degree in fine arts in 2005 and has since worked as an art teacher at a high school.
Myriam studied social sciences at the University of Luxembourg and received her Diplôme d’Éducateur gradué in 2004. She then completed a BTS in Animation Drawing at the Lycée des Arts et Métiers in Luxembourg City. Since 2006 she has been working as a social worker.

At the end of 2017, Diane and Myriam discovered a shared interest in children’s books. This is were is rooted the idea for the book De Wëlle leeft am Bësch (Éditions Schortgen 2019).

  • Diane Orban, Myriam Karels, De Wëlle leeft am Bësch, Éditions Schortgen, 2019.
Diane Orban & Myriam Karels De Wëlle leeft am Bësch
Éditions Schortgen
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