The Curie Method

The authors


Marion Augustin is a culture outreach specialist and author of editorial content for the creation of innovative audiovisual creations and publications, as well as an arts tour guide and speaker. She loves stories, the visual arts, old stones, comics, wide-open spaces and curiosity.


Camilla Maiani is a physicist and has worked at the CEA and the Université d’Orsay in collaboration with the CERN laboratories in Geneva. Today, she is a science and science history outreach specialist at the Curie Museum, where she develops educational content based on the museum’s collections.


Guillaume Reynard is an illustrator. He creates young adult albums and graphic novels for publishers and illustrates news and special topic articles for newspapers and magazines. His illustrations are also used by institutions, ad agencies and even winemakers. Wherever he is, he draws, whether at home in Paris or on the road. He sometimes also puts on his rubber boots to work on the floating studio he’s building in a marsh near Poitiers in western France.


The Curie Method was created based on a proposal by Emmanuel Rouillier (of the studio Mosquito) and designed and produced in partnership with the Curie Museum in the framework of the 2019 call for projects promoting cultural tourism launched by the Paris Region Cultural Affairs Bureau. Mosquito is an interactive design creation studio devoted to developing new digital tools to promote new approaches to arts outreach.

ARNAUD MARTIN, 23FORWARD, handled the technical development.

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