CRAC Alsace is a contemporary art center dedicated to experimentation and creation. Through exhibitions, residencies, publications, and outreach programs, CRAC Alsace supports artistic production by promoting the encounter between artists, publics and works of art. 

Located in Altkirch, near Switzerland (Basel) and Germany (Freiburg im Breisgau), CRAC Alsace was founded by an artists' association which, at the beginning of the 1990s, took over its current premises, the former Altkirch high school, a Wilhelminian building constructed in 1889.

CRAC Alsace is supported in its missions by: Ville d’Altkirch, Collectivité européenne d'Alsace, Région Grand Est and Ministère de la Culture.

CRAC Alsace is certified as a Contemporary Art Center of National Interest by the French Ministry of Culture.

The CRAC Alsace team consists of:
Elfi Turpin, Director.
Sandrine Desmoulin, Head of Administration,
Richard Neyroud, Head of Exhibitions,
Sarah Menu, Head of Education,
Maria Gamboa, Head of Mediation and Communication,

The Board of CRAC Alsace is chaired by Pierre Dumel.