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Educational and cultural initiatives

Every year hundreds of children and teenagers discover dance and contemporary arts thanks to the Festival de Marseille. An educational programme allows them to attend performances and take part in practical workshops focusing on community-related themes in line with the Festival programme. In 2017, the educational project entitled Monde d’histoires, Histoire du monde explores the notion of humanity and cultural exchange in contemporary performance art.

Educational and cultural initiatives's blogs :

projetdanceisaweapon.wordpress.com
jeunescritiquesjeunescreateurs.wordpress.com

Workshop presentations

Tuesday 12 June at 6pm, Seita room of the Friche la Belle de Mai
Presentation of workshop involving two school classes run by Ben Fury, choreographer of Cities on the edge, and Gaëtan Brun-Picard from the shonen company.

Friday 15 June at 6pm, Seita room of the Friche la Belle de Mai
Presentation of workshop run by Elena Thomas with two school classes; and workshops young critics, young creators, run in partnairship with Radio Grenouille, about the creation of Kirina by Serge Aimé Coulibaly, with two school classes and a group of  children with autism.


Presentation of the choreography created with a class of Eugène Cas's school, based on the educational game  Danse en image, danse's images  elaborated in partnership whit  Les Rencontres d’Arles.

 

Students

The Festival welcomes students, organising mediation initiatives and offering special ticket prices.

The Festival de Marseille is a partner of the Marseille fière de ses étudiants programme, and the “Carte Culture” programme at Aix-Marseille University.

 Contact : Marina Costas - 04 91 99 02 53 – rp3[at]festivaldemarseille.com