[All activities are in French]
These activities are open to all and feature cultural actors, art historians, practitioners, as well as artists from a variety of disciplines (e.g. musicians, storytellers). There are themed tours and workshops and such activities as: painting, modelling, photomontage, sounds and multimedia, transformation of materials, and sensory and well-being activities. This wide and diverse range of approaches means that there is a chance for every visitor to hone their sensitivity and learn more about modern and contemporary art.
The events programme reflects the Museum’s collections and temporary exhibitions. They are designed to cast a new light on the works by means of such varied artistic events as: musical happenings, choreographic or theatrical performances, and round-table discussions.
Lecture-tours are given by a mediator from the Museum and involve exchanges and conversations about the works during visits to the exhibitions or the collections. Reservation not necessary.
Activities for young people
Activity-visits are intended for children from 4 to 6 years, who have reached the middle section of primary school. Children get to know one or several works from the permanent collections or the exhibitions and then take part in a creative activity in a studio.
Workshop-visits are intended for young people from 7 to 15 years. After visiting the collections or an exhibition, the young participants get involved in related artistic activities in a studio.
In “Health and Well-being at the Museum” workshops, participants use yoga, wutao and upcycling as means of refining their perceptions and their reactions to the works in order to arouse and activate their creative powers.
Family activities have been designed involving the use of booklets which can be downloaded from the Museum website or picked up at reception. On certain Saturdays and/or Sundays, a mediator guides families and leads mini workshops in the rooms of the Museum.