In order to facilitate access to the art centre, the Atelier des publics offers a variety of activities for schoolchildren and social workers to discover contemporary works, discuss exhibitions and develop their artistic culture and creativity. Self-guided or guided tours, art workshops, borrowing works to play with, etc. These proposals are aimed at all audiences and can be adapted to the age of young people, from nursery school to university, and to the specific characteristics of each group.

Possibility to welcome groups in Breton language.
 
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Pre-visits

Booking is required
free of charge

Programmed at the opening of each new exhibition, these visits are organised for teachers and social workers. This is an opportunity to discover the exhibitions, to discuss the issues they raise and to devise visits and workshops adapted to each audience. These visits are then used to accompany classes or groups on free visits to the exhibitions.

Self-guided tours

Booking is required
Tuesday to Friday from 2pm to 6pm
non-member rate: 15€ per group or class
member rate: free

After taking part in a preparatory visit at the beginning of the exhibition season, teachers or accompanying adults can visit the exhibitions independently with their groups, taking care to respect the works on display. Educational packs are available to accompany these visits.

Guided tours

Booking is required
Tuesdays, between 14:00 and 17:00
on Wed. & Thu. between 10:00 and 12:00
non-member rate: 30€ per group or class
member rate: 15€ per group or class

Devised as a dialogue between visitors and the Atelier des publics team, these visits encourage young people to look at, describe and analyse what they see. Beyond a simple commentary on the works, they offer a sensitive, lively and active approach to contemporary artistic practices.

POP visits

Booking is required
Tuesdays, between 14:00 and 17:00
on Wed. & Thu, between 10:00 and 12:00
non-member rate: 40€ per group or class
member rate: 20€ per group or class

POP program

These guided tours offer a playful way of discovering the exhibitions, by manipulating the POP Programme's play objects. They invite you to explore the exhibitions and the industrial architecture of the Centre d'art contemporain through the senses, play and storytelling.

The workshops

Booking is required
Tuesdays, between 14:00 and 17:00
on Wed. & Thu, between 10:00 and 12:00
non-member rate: 40€ per group or class
member rate: 20€ per group or class

This programme extends the discovery of an exhibition with a creative workshop based on an artist's approach or the characteristics of an exhibited work. The workshop invites young publics to explore the issues of the exhibition through practice, and to express their creativity through a variety of media: painting, sculpture, collage or silk-screening...

The scale model

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The scale model

This large-scale model invites visitors to reconstruct tiny exhibitions by manipulating reduced-scale picture rails, pedestals and materials from the works on display. In addition to the pleasure of construction games and the manipulation of materials, this tool is also of educational interest, as it facilitates the reading of the architectural space and the exhibitions.

Aid for school projects from the City of Brest

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Two workshop formats designed in collaboration with teachers and in line with school curricula are offered to primary and state schools in Brest.

Le parcours de découverte des arts contemporains

For 12 hours, this journey combines visits to exhibitions and practical workshops in order to create an original object in a collective manner.

Le parcours de découverte des arts visuels - A vous de voir

This programme allows children to discover the visual arts in Brest. Two workshops are offered around the art centre's exhibitions.

Artists' residencies in schools and twinning in Finistère

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Supported by the Government and local collectivities, these programs are based on a partnership between a school, the art centre and a guest artist. They encourage the creation of long-lasting and in-depth links between the world of education and the world of art, particularly in priority areas. They combine the challenges of creation with questions of transmission and can give rise to a variety of actions.

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