Photo © Max Charlin
Peinture Fraîche Festival welcomes schools, medical-social centers or MJC, always with the aim of adapting the discourse to the present public. So-called “group” visits are aimed at children aged 4 and over as well as people with disabilities.
The new site is this year 100% accessible to people with reduced mobility.
A mediator will accompany you for 45 minutes to 1 hour to help you discover the artistic project of the festival and will select a few works representative of graffiti culture to offer an informed reading.
To benefit from a guided tour, a group must consist of at least 10 people (excluding guides). Beyond 25 people, we will study the option of assigning 2 mediators for your visit, depending on the availability of the mediators. The optimal configuration for a group visit is between 15 and 20 people.
No ticket refund will be possible in the event of the absence of a visitor constituting a group.
During the first 2 weeks of the festival, from Wednesday October 11 to Sunday October 22 (school period)
Wednesdays: every hour, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last tour departure at 3 p.m.)
Thursdays and Fridays: every hour from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last tour departure at 3 p.m.)
During the last 2 weeks of the festival, from Wednesday October 25 to Sunday November 5 (school holidays)
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
€5 per person, regardless of the age of the beneficiaries.
Free provision of a mediator.
On site: Credit card, cash, checks
During your visit: On invoice (signed quote), via Chorus Pro (order form), Regional Pass, Culture Pass.
Attention! For any order created on the Region Pass or Culture Pass interface, which has been the subject of a purchase order or a quote, the amount announced cannot be revised.
Any additional person must pay the cost of the visit on site, at the ticket office. Likewise, any request for reimbursement due to absence will be declined.
We strongly invite you to plan for the right number of visitors before placing your order.
The festival is in no way responsible for the supervision of visitors and we invite you to respect the quotas of supervisors necessary for their safety.