Atelier d'art plastique expo UTOPARK
Atelier d’art plastique expo UTOPARK


At each new exhi­bi­tion, chil­dren accom­pa­nied by their par­ents are given a tour and a booklet adapted to their age.

Visitors’ book­lets

There are two visit books, one with pic­tures for chil­dren aged 2 to 6 and the other for older chil­dren aged 7 to 11.
Through games, rid­dles, and expla­na­tions of the artists’ approach, they allow you to actively dis­cover the exhi­bi­tion.

Artistic prac­tice work­shops

Workshops of artistic prac­tices related to the cur­rent exhi­bi­tion are reg­u­larly pro­posed.
For more infor­ma­tion: con­tact us by email or by phone.


Since its reopening, the con­tem­po­rary art centre has been offering a pro­gramme to raise aware­ness of con­tem­po­rary art in part­ner­ship with the depart­ment’s schools (from kinder­garten to higher edu­ca­tion, but also with the IME-type framing struc­tures). It takes the form of visits to exhi­bi­tions fol­lowed by arts work­shops.

By inviting chil­dren and teenagers to enter the art centre, this aware­ness pro­gramme aims to famil­iarise them with the forms, devices and vocab­u­lary specific to con­tem­po­rary art in a prin­ciple of exchange and dia­logue.

In addi­tion, since 2014, the art centre’s team has been designing and offering weekly art work­shops for pri­mary schools in Embrun. These com­ple­men­tary aware­ness-raising actions are part of the pro­gramme of new extra-cur­ric­ular activ­i­ties.

Guided tours

The team of the art centre offers guided tours to schoolchil­dren from kinder­garten to higher edu­ca­tion stu­dents.
Visits are pos­sible all week long (out­side public opening hours) by appoint­ment.
If you are a teacher and would like to receive a file detailing the edu­ca­tional con­tent of the exhi­bi­tions, please con­tact us by email or tele­phone.

Artistic prac­tice work­shops

Workshops on artistic prac­tices that focus on the visual issues of the exhi­bi­tion can be pro­posed at the end of the visits.