Mécènes et partenaires
Why become a Festival partner ?
- Support French and international contemporary creation
The commitment of the partners is vital to the Festival in its aim of providing an ambitious, multi-disciplinary programme.
- Opening up contemporary creation to the widest possible audiences
With around 250,000 spectators per edition, the Festival continues to reach out to increasingly large and wide audiences.
Every year, 2 000 pupils benefit from our cultural and artistic education programmes. This enables tomorrow’s audiences to become acquainted with artistic venues in and around Paris.
What is a Festival partner ?
The partners join forces with the Festival on one or several projects. Their aid consists of :
- financial provision,
giving access to rehearsal space,
- skills sharing,
- joint construction of an artistic programme.
- Tutelles :
Partners of the 50th edition :
In conjuction with:
Adami is committed to the diversity of the performing arts by supporting 10 shows and 1 concert.
The SACD supports all of the artistic and cultural education actions of the Festival d'Automne à Paris developed and carried out by the artist-authors.
Sacem, as part of its cultural action, supports contemporary musical creation and awareness-raising activities.
L'Onda supports artists' travels and the surtitling of works.
For its 50th edition, the Festival is reinforcing its commitment to solidarity and its alliance with health by co-constructing with its partner, the AP-HP Sorbonne University hospital group, 1,000 spectator routes, equivalent to 4,000 places offered to carers, as well as numerous actions within the establishments devised with the artists for the patients and the care teams.
In 2020, La Dispute by Mohamed El Khatib, Le Grand Débat by Émilie Rousset, Rémi by Jonathan Capdevielle and Pistes... by Aristide Tarnagda are presented during the 9th edition, exclusively digital, of the Festival Seuls en Scène - Princeton French Theater Festival, as part of its partnership with the Festival d'Automne in Paris.
Pledg offers two online payment solutions.
Le Festival d'Automne is a partner of the Culture Pass, a scheme promoting access to culture for young people aged 18, in order to strengthen and diversify cultural practices.
In association with :
With Women Safe & Children, the Festival has created a tailor-made programme for women and children who are victims or witnesses of violence, these regardless of where they were perpetrated.
The Festival and the Thot School have devised a tailor-made programme for people in exile, refugees and asylum seekers.
With Accès Culture, the Festival is committed to strengthening its accessibility policy for people who are hard of hearing, deaf, visually impaired or blind.
- Our thanks to :
Ina contributes to the enrichment of the audiovisual archives of the Festival d'Automne in Paris.