The art of paper cutting is rooted in the traditions of the Pays-d'Enhaut. Among the precursors, Jean-Jacques Hauswirth and Louis Saugy were originally from the region. Since then, the art of paper cutting is carried on by young artists who are modernizing it by cutting more exotic landscapes, animals or objects as well as traditional Alpine scenes. Under the guidance of a renowned cutter, we invite you to come and learn about this ancestral art and discover its history. Then, arm yourself with cutters or scissors, try cutting and bring home your first work.
Info Covid: We are taking all measures to comply with the FOPH rules currently in force. Masks and disinfectant will be available.
Conditions / other: Activity open to all from 10 years old. Minimum of 2 people and maximum of 12 people. No specific equipment is required. This activity takes place in all weathers. This reservation gives you access to the above mentioned activity only. From 16:00 on the day before the activity, the refund of this ticket is excluded, except in the event of cancellation of the activity by the organizer and upon presentation of the reservation within 30 days. For any questions about the activity, please contact the organizer by email or by phone during office hours.
French and basic English skills
Appointment at 5:00 pm, duration 1:00 hour
Tourism office, route de la Croisette 16, 1659 Rougemont
GPS - Coordinated 46°29'27.4''N 7°12'36.3''E