About Anouk Pellet

Anouk Pellet Née à Paris, mais très vite exilée sur les terres bretonnes, elle s’accommode avec bonheur du ciel capricieux. Après des études de littérature à Nantes, elle fait une licence de philosophie dans l’historique université de la Sorbonne à Paris. Ecumant les théâtres, elle s’essaye à la critique en intégrant la rédaction du site européen de spectacle vivant Rue du Théâtre, aiguisant notamment sa plume au festival d’Avignon où elle y prend désormais ses quartiers tous les étés. Aujourd’hui elle étudie la communication dans le domaine culturel à Sciences Po Lyon, essayant de construire son projet professionnel dans le sillon si passionnant des passeurs de culture.

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