Educative actions




Beatrice Gibson
Solo for Rich Man, 2015.
Courtesy the artist and Laura Bartlett Gallery, London.




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 -




Artistic residencies
in school environment
2015 - 2016





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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.


Artistic residencies with the public 2014-2015
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Collective Reading Rooms




Collective Reading Room #13:
Roberto Bolaño, 2666


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.



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






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Collective Reading Rooms 2016




CRAC’S Laboratories




musa Musa paradisiaca, Motherboard (Carte mère), 2014.
Courtesy Dan Gunn, Berlin.



CRAC’s laboratories


11 - 15 years old.
Next session in August.



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.







Crac Workshops




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. The workshops are led by a few young artists studying or graduated from the HEAR - Haute école des arts du Rhin.


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




School holidays


- For children from 6 to 10 years old -
Children experience a practice linked to the solo exhibition by Natalie Czech and place themselves in an artistic process in CRAC’s workshop! Accompanied by young artists from the HEAR – Haute école des arts du Rhin, children discover an exhibition at CRAC in a creative way.




Inscriptions and informations: +33 3 89 08 82 59 or

Inscription: 80 euros a year and 30 euros a week.



The workshops are supported by Géant des Beaux-arts.