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Les arts à l’amphi

Teaching initiatives - Les Arts à l'amphi

    Les arts à l’amphi

    As part of their studies, students participating in the Les arts à l’amphi project attend several Festival shows, and then work on themes arising from different artistic propositions. They also meet the artists, either during seminars or on a more informal basis, adding to the richness of their course of study.

    In addition to the ongoing collaboration initiated in previous years with teachers from Institut d’études théâtrales de l’Université Paris X and École nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts à Paris, the Festival has invited two university bodies to partake in two new projects. The first project concerns the writing up of an account of the shows and interviews with the artists themselves, in conjunction with Syndicat de la critique and the “Rédaction et édition de l’écrit” Master’s course at Université Paris Nanterre. The second of these projects concerns a series of workshops led by Philippe Quesne, a theatre director who trained at the Beaux-Arts fine arts school, on the themes of the visual and performing arts, with École des Beaux-Arts de Cergy.

    In association with the artist’s portrait dedicated to the Luigi Nono, this composer who joined the Communist party in his native Italy during the 1950’s, a series of conferences aimed at students will be organized on the theme of the artist in our society and political engagement. Through a selection of works that epitomize the relations between music and politics, these conferences will look at the XXth century from the viewpoint of the links between art and power.

    Total supports the Festival d’Automne à Paris artistic and cultural education projects aimed at young people.