Public

Educative actions
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Simon Bergala
Untitled, 2017.
All rights reserved.

 

 

 

School audience

 

The CRAC Alsace accompains teachers and their schoolchildren/students from primary school to higher educations, in the discovery of contemporary art. Visits are adjusted to the schoolchildren's level and the subject matters of the class.

Visits can be elaborated previously with the teacher.


Teacher's meetings


For each exhibition we plan meetings with teachers from primary school to highschool. The visit carries on a discussion about the exhibition in order to provide some educational methods. We find different ways to introduce schoolchildren to contemporary art and many other fields, also we develop many areas of research from the exhibition.


Educational projects


The young public's awareness-raising for contemporary art is a main mission for the CRAC Alsace. Each year in a closed collaboration with teachers, some educational projects are devised on our exhibitions.

Reservation and information: +33 (0)3 89 08 82 59 - r.neyroud@cracalsace.com

 

 

 

Artistic residencies
in school environment
2017 - 2018

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Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

Hélène Moreau
at Collège Lucien Herr & Ecole maternelle St Morand, Altkirch

 

 

During January and March 2018, Hélène Moreau worked with 2 classes of Collège Lucien Herr & Ecole maternelle St Morand in Altkirch. Ten sculptures-objects made after a first visit in the area gave rise to a sharing of interpretations to find out their possible functions. Pupils’ stories and reflections generated by the observation of these objects shape progressively a database of interpretations that feeds their own production.

 

Graduated of Ecole nationale supérieure d'art de Lyon and Académie des beaux-arts de Bruxelles, Hélène Moreau lives and works in Brussels.

 

 

 


Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

Aline Morvan
at Collège Jean Monnet, Dannemarie

 

 

During April and May 2018, Aline Morvan worked with 2 classes of Collège Jean Monnet (6ème and Ulis) in Dannemarie. After a series of observations, the students were invited to manipulate different kinds of clay questioning the notions of object, trace and memory. The artist introduces her action according to Cassandra LaRue’s approach in her fictional book, The architecture of art (1971), based on forms of research and experimentations.

 

Graduated of Ecole européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne (Rennes) and HEAD – Ecole d’art de Genève, Aline Morvan lives and works in Geneva.

 



Artistic residencies with the public 2014-2017

 

 

Artistic residencies
in school environment
2015 - 2017

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Gérard Meurant
at Emlingen primary school

 

 

During March and April 2017, Gérard Meurant will take part on two classes of Emlingen’s village primary school. Thought in collaboration with pupils, this project approaches sculpture and image through different aspects therefore questioning bodies and spaces in motion.

 

Graduated from ERG, Ecole de recherche graphique (Brussels), Gérard Meurant lives and works in Brussels.

 

 

 


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Lovers Craft
at Trois Pays High school, Hégenheim

 

 

During April and May 2017, Lovers Craft, an artistic duet (Mélanie Vincent and Ernesto Satori), will develop a mobile project in Trois Pays High school, Hégenheim. Involving publishing, sculpture, and design, the project will develop itself, with the help from the participating students, to the whole scale of the high school.

 

Both graduated from Ecole supérieure des beaux-arts de Nantes, Mélanie Vincent and Ernesto Satori, live and work in Brussels.

 

This project is supported by Fondation 29 Haussmann.

 

 

 


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Béatrice Bailet
at the school of Saint Morand, Altkirch

 

 

From 1 to 5 February 2016, Béatrice Bailet, with the character Paillassou, worked with two classes of nursery school of St Morand. To participate in Altkirch’s parade, pupils was invited to create one or more fictional characters.

 

Béatrice Bailet is graduated from Angouleme’s art school and lives and works in the Hautes Alpes. She is engaged in collaborative art projects. She thinks artistic projects as a dialogue with the public. The carnival is one of its main areas of intervention.

 

 

 


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Martin Chramosta
at the high school of Jean-Jacques Henner, Altkirch

 

 

In March 2016, Martin Chramosta worked with two classes of high school of Jean-Jacques Henner. His collaborative work is built around two animals on stones, from the old slaughterhouse in Altkirch.

 

Gratuated from Kunst Institute in Basel and the Bern Art School, Martin Chramosta lives and works in Basel.

 

 

 

 

Artistic residencies
in school environment
2014 - 2015

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Lucille Uhlrich
Le Grand Malentendu, 2014.
Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

Lucille Uhlrich
IN THE SONNENBERG INSTITUTE, Carspach

 

 

From the 13th to the 17th of april 2015, Lucille Uhlrich was welcomed at the Sonnenberg institute in Carspach. Students from high school became part of an artistic process accompanied by an artist.

 

Graduated from the National Fine Arts School of Lyon, Lucille Uhlrich lives and works in Berlin. She’s leading a research where drawing and language blend together. The translation of an idea into an object, the crossing of a shape or a language to another, are the starting point of a project with the class.

 

 

 


Aurélie Ferruel & Florentine Guedon
Perceuse paillarde, performance, 2014.
Courtesy of the artists.

 

 

Aurélie Ferruel & Florentine Guedon
AT LES TUILERIES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND LUCIEN HERR HIGH SCHOOL, Altkirch

 

 

From march 9th to 13th 2015, Aurélie Ferruel & Florentine Guedon were welcomed at Les Tuileries elementary school and Lucien Herr high school in Altkirch. Students of two Segpa classes were taking part to a collaborative project linked to the artists’ pursuit.

 

Graduated from the Fine Arts Superior School of Angers, Aurélie Ferruel & Florentine Guedon are working together since 2010. Foregathered by a shared origin – they both come from rural and agricultural environment -, they established a working method inseparably linked to the duo. Their questions about communautary lifestyles, family, cultural and identity codes give birth to hybrid projects where the collective dimension is a key word.

 

 

 

Summer workshop
2014

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Cristian Chironi
Broken English - step 12, 2013.
Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

Cristian Chironi
Broken English Training

 

 

Workshop for adults
From July 15 to 18
From 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

 

This Summer Workshop with Cristian Chironi invites you to explore Broken English. Being first of all a performative project by the artist, Broken English is an alternative of the english language based on a clumsy use of it. Thought like a discussion platform, this workshop articulates itself around the destructuration / destruction of the english language in an artistic perspective.

 

During 4 days (2 hours a day), participants go for a special experience in a privileged link with an artist. Involved in a creative process, they participate to the elaboration of a new language. This project is the occasion to apprehend a moment of artistic process during which language becomes a medium.

 

 



Artistic residency
in hospital environment
2017

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Laetitia Legros
Entre un œil et l’autre - Variation chorégraphique #1 pour tracé, 2007
Film 35 mm & Béta num., black & white, 12’30
Courtesy the artist & Le Fresnoy.

 

 

Laetitia Legros
at Centre médical Le Roggenberg, Altkirch

 

 

In October and November 2017, the artist Laetitia Legros works with a group of patients from the Medical center. Drawings made at different museums in the region (Musée Theodore Deck in Guebwiller, Musée d’Impression sur étoffes in Mulhouse, Musée sundgauvien in Altkirch) are used to create an observatory inside the hospital. This place is at the same time, a research laboratory and an exhibition hall, beginning of an edition project.

 

Graduated from Ecole nationale supérieure d’art de Bourges and also from Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporain, Laetitia Legros lives and works in Lille.

 

 

 

Collective Reading
Rooms

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poetamenos

 

 

Collective Reading Room #16:
Augusto de Campos, Poetamenos

 

Invitation to a collective reading of Poetamenos by Augusto de Campos. A proposal by the artist Jarbas Lopes.

 

Reading on Sunday, July 30 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

For adults.
Free participation on reservation. Max. 8 persons.

 

Reservation: stagiaire.mediation@cracalsace.com

 

 

 

Receive the informations about the collective reading room

 

 

 

 

Collective Reading Rooms 2016-2017

 

 

 

nouvelles

 

 

Collective Reading Room #15:
Roberto Bolaño, Appels téléphoniques - Des putains meurtrières

 

Invitation to a collective reading of a selection of texts from Appels téléphoniques and Des putains meurtrières by Roberto Bolaño in the context of the collective exhibition Zigzag Incisions.

 

Reading on Sunday, May 7 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

nocturne

 

 

Collective Reading Room #15:
Roberto Bolaño, Nocturne du Chili

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the novel Nocturne du Chili by Roberto Bolaño in the context of the collective exhibition Zigzag Incisions.

 

Reading on Sunday, April 9 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

2666
Ed. Gallimard.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #13:
Roberto Bolaño, 2666

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the novel 2666 (published in 2004) by Roberto Bolaño in the context of the collective exhibition Zigzag Incisions.

 

Reading on Sunday, February 26 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

gaddis
Ed. motifs.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #12:
William Gaddis, Agonie d'agapé

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the text Agonie d'agapé (2003) by William Gaddis proposed by Nicolas Clair, artist presented in the collective exhibition Nameless Freedom.

 

Reading on Saturday, January 7 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

deligny
Editions Le chardon rouge, 1949.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #11:
Fernand Deligny, Les enfants ont des oreilles

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the text Les enfants ont des oreilles (1949) by Fernand Deligny, background of the exhibition Nameless Freedom.

 

Reading on Sunday, December 18 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

deligny
Editions L'Arachnéen, 2008.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #10:
Fernand Deligny, L'Arachnéen et autres textes

 

Invitation to a collective reading of L'Arachnéen et autres textes (1975-1980) by Fernand Deligny, background of the exhibition Nameless Freedom.

 

Reading on Sunday, November 27 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

jr
Editions Plon, 2003.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #9:
William Gaddis, JR

 

Invitation to a collective reading of JR (1975), a novel by William Gaddis, inspiration for the film Solo for Rich Man by Beatrice Gibson presented in the exhibition Nameless Freedom.

 

Reading on Sunday, November 6 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

robert
Editions Héros-Limite, 2010.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #8:
Robert Creeley, Là, Poèmes 1968-1975

 

Invitation to a collective reading of poems by Robert Creeley, Là, Poèmes 1968-1975.

 

Reading on Sunday, August 28 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

cummings
Editions Gallimard, 2007.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #7:
Gertrude Stein, Three Lives

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the book by Gertrude Stein, Three Lives.

 

Reading on Sunday, August 7 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

cummings
Editions Corti, 2004.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #6:
E.E. Cummings, Complet Poems 1904-1962

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the book by E.E. Cummings, Complet Poems 1904-1962.

 

Reading on Saturday, August 6 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

ohara
Editions joca seria, Nantes, 2010.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #5 :
Frank O'Hara, Poèmes déjeuner

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the book by Frank O'Hara, Lunch Poems (1964).

 

Reading on Sunday, June 26 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

roubaud
Editions du Seuil, Paris, 2016.

 

 

Collective Reading Rooms #4 :
Jacques Roubaud, Poétique, remarques - Poésie, mémoire, nombre, temps, rythme, contrainte, forme, etc.

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the book by Jacques Roubaud, Poétique, remarques - Poésie, mémoire, nombre, temps, rythme, contrainte, forme, etc..

 

Reading on Sunday, June 26 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

borges
Editions Gallimard, Paris, 1951.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #3:
Jorge Luis Borges, Fictions

 

Invitation to a collective reading of short stories from Fictions and to participate to the apparition of an author, Jorge Luis Borges.

 

Reading on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

steven millhauser
Poseidon press, New York, 1993.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #2:
Steven Millhauser, Catalogue of the Exhibition: The Art of Edmund Moorash 1810 - 1846

 

Invitation to a collective reading of Catalogue of the Exhibition: The Art of Edmund Moorash 1810 - 1846 from Little Kingdoms by Steven Millhauser and to participate to the apparition of a fictionnal artist, Edmund Moorash.

 

Reading on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

alice kahn
Editions Allia, Paris, 2010.

 

 

Collective Reading Room #1:
Pauline Klein, Alice Kahn

 

Invitation to a collective reading of the novel Alice Kahn by Pauline Klein and to participate to the apparition of a fictionnal artist, Alice Kahn.

 

Reading on Sunday, April 17 at 2.30 pm.

 

 

 

CRAC’S Laboratories
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musa Musa paradisiaca, Motherboard (Carte mère), 2014.
Courtesy Dan Gunn, Berlin.

 

 

CRAC’s laboratories

 

11 - 15 years old.
Next session in March & April.

 

 

CRAC’s laboratories are a space for dialogue and discovery of contemporary art. The meeting with works allows otherwise understand the image of everyday life. They question contexts, represents, modes of representation of current evens and social issues. The art is involved in a critical angle to sharpen our gaz and our thinking about the world.

 

 

Reservation: r.neyroud@cracalsace.com

 

 

 

Crac Workshops
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Natalie Czech
Pen / Shirt, 2016.
Courtesy of the artist, Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf.

 

 

 

All along the year

 

During these workshops, children often improve their practice of visual arts throught artistic processes and questions encountered within the exhibitions.

 

Tuesdays from 4 to 6 pm, for children from 6 to 10 years old.

 

 

Inscriptions and informations: +33 3 89 08 82 59 or r.neyroud@cracalsace.com

 

 

 

The workshops are supported by Géant des Beaux-arts.