The Wednesday Workshops

 

Vue de l’atelier avec Merhyl Levisse, frac île-de-france, l’antenne culturelle, 2017. © Photo : Martin Argyroglo

 

An art workshop where kids can hone their visual and practical skills through work with sound and moving and still images. Play-based sessions teach participants new skills while getting them acquainted with works on show at le plateau.

 

Performances sonores
16.05 – 20.06.18
5 workshops round

From two works of the frac’s collection exhibited at the antenne, the children create a vocabulary of performative gestures and sound creations, which give rise to a parade in the public space.

 

Free courses (from 6 to 12 y.o.) / 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Advance booking required

01 76 21 13 45
publics@fraciledefrance.com

 

At l’antenne culturelle (50 m form the plateau)
22 cours du 7ème art
75019 Paris
 

 

 Practical Art Courses

Vue du stage de pratique artistique avec Alexis Guillier, frac île-de-france, l’antenne culturelle, 2017. Photo © Martin Argyroglo

 

These 2-day courses take place during the school holidays and have been conceived in line with our exhibitions and collection. Based on the work of an artist or a theme, each course offers a privileged moment of encounters, exchanges and practice, providing a lively approach to contemporary art.

 

Flora Moscovici
09-10.07.18 from 6 to 8 y.o.
11-12.07.18 from 8 to 10 y.o.

The artist suggests to the children to learn the tempera technique and to work on the observation of the color outside coming from a walk in the area.

 

Free courses / 10:00 – 12:00 am & 2:00 – 4:30 pm
Advance booking required

01 76 21 13 45
publics@fraciledefrance.com

 

At l’antenne culturelle (50 m form the plateau)
22 cours du 7ème art
75019 Paris

 

 

 

Creative Visit Saturdays

Les petits rendez-vous du samedi : visite de l’exposition Sous les nuages de ses paupières au frac île-de-france, le plateau, 2017. © Photo : Martin Argyroglo

 

Every Saturday from 2:30 to 3:30pm, children discover a work in the show and make a plastic/visual object (drawing, photo, painting, etc.) attuned to what they have just discovered.

 

Free of charge. No enrolment necessary / 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Be at the reception desk five minutes before the visit starts.

At le plateau
22, rue des Alouettes
75019 Paris

 

 

 

The Little Exhibition Journal

Stéphane Dafflon, Vue d’ensemble © Stéphane Dafflon, Photo. Annik Wetter

 

Offered to children, this journal allows them to make, in the form of questions/answers, an active trail within the exhibition. By drawing the attention of the 6/12 years old on specific characteristics of the works, we facilitate, in a playful way, their approach to contemporary art.