Mediation

Visits and workshops

Each photograph is a statement encompassing the encounter of an artist’s perspective and the world. Seeking talent and sensibilities from cultural mediators and artists, visitors are invited to extend their viewing experiencee with other visits and workshops prioritizing exchange and encouraging curiosity.

What makes a “city”? How do we see this space in our lives, how do we live there? In exhibition spaces, underground, on the water, or out on the routes traversing ‘le Grand Paris,’ participants are invited to join in on the journey.

Particular attention is being made to responsible, sustainable and ecological issues in the conception of mediation tools and staffing for all public encounters.

To request a group visit or a pedagogical kit, please write to mediation@regardsdugrandparis.fr.

Discovery visit

A wide-ranging route allowing participants to see the exhibition at the Magasins généraux through a curated selection of pieces, accompanied by a cultural mediator.

Visit length: one hour

Registration not required

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 6:00 PM, weekends at 2:00 and 6:00 PM

Workshop for children

After a fun, light-hearted visit to the exhibition at the Magasins généraux, the adventure continues with a practical workshop.

For children 6-12 years old

Free with registration, Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00 PM

Hosting of groups

Workshops and visits to the exhibition at the Magasins généraux, with fun, whimsical experiments for all — are offered for school groups and other groups. Pre‑registration is required.

Limited availability.

At the musée Carnavalet

The musée Carnavalet – History of Paris offers groups:

A guided visit featuring urban transformations dating from 19th century Paris to ‘le Grand Paris.’

A workshop/ visit “in and out of frame” featuring choices made in representations of a city in photography

Information and reservations may be made: carnavalet.publics@paris.fr.

Guide and contests

Get the mediation guide at the reception of different exhibition sites and discover as many sites as possible in order to participate in the competition.

Download (and print) the mediation guide.