Vivants voyageurs: 8 winners selected for the 3rd edition of the call for projects Partage ton Grand Paris. The jury of the call for projects “Partage ton Grand Paris” has selected 8 winners for this 3rd edition supporting artistic and cultural projects integrating the issues of ecological transition. Partner of this edition, COAL accompanies the projects and chooses a favorite project.

Image credits: © Clémence Althabegoity et la Fabrique des impossibles light

The selected projects will be presented in free access between May and December 2023, within the perimeter of the Greater Paris Metropolis and the Greater Paris Express. Belonging to all fields of creation, they will contribute to weave living links between artists, inhabitants, places and cultural actors.

The list of winners :
  • Camille Bosqué, From the construction site to the banquet, our little factory of excavated earth. During creative workshops with the inhabitants and 4 schools of Saint-Denis and Saint-Ouen, earthen bowls will be created from the construction sites and will be presented in the form of a festive banquet and a gallery exhibition from May to December 2023.


  • Collective .zip, La Cuisine du Grand Paris. A traveling kitchen to meet local culinary initiatives along Line 18, from summer to December 2023. Deployed in partnership with the EPA Paris Saclay.


  • Iroise Corps Paysage, VOLCELEST, choreographic tracking. Choreographic creations in parks and forests along the route of the Grand Paris Express between Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne, until September 10, 2023.


  • The cousins (Alexandra Serrano and Lolita Bourdet), Grandeur Nature. Photographic and participative inventory of the flora of Greater Paris in the future station districts of Bobigny and Pont de Bondy, from May to December 2023.


  • Ino’oh, Poetic stopover on open land in Sevran-Livry station. Project of creation of an outdoor auditorium in raw earth around the future station of Sevran-Livry to allow the programming of writing workshops and slam poetry performances, from October 26 to November 6, 2023.


  • Stereo Buro, Crossing the living. Creation of a walk of graphic signs around emblematic architectures and landscapes of the Fort d’Issy-Vanves-Clamart station area to relearn how to look at the city’s biodiversity and its ecosystem from May to September 2023.


  • Jeu de Paume, Superpixel. A young generation of photographers is taking up the subject of amateur sports and handisport with photo workshops and an exhibition in a station area of Greater Paris, from May to September 2023.


  • Mention COAL : La Fabrique des Impossibles x Clémence Althabégoïty for the project Harvesting the rain. Participatory design workshops on the theme of water management for the creation of large water collectors in the shared gardens of the Great Paris Express station districts, from June to October 2023.


The Société du Grand Paris and the Greater Paris Metropolis, accompanied by the Grand Paris Express Endowment Fund, and in partnership with the Île-de-France Regional Department of Cultural Affairs, the Association of Directors of Cultural Affairs of Île-de-France, the Cultural Olympiad – Paris 2024, the Paris-Saclay Public Development Establishment (EPA) and the COAL association, are launching the Call for Projects “Share your Grand Paris #3”.

The jury was composed of : Rémi Babinet, Endowment Fund for the Grand Paris Express ; Pierre-Emmanuel Becherand, Head of the Architecture, Culture and Development Unit, Société du Grand Paris ; Thomas Bellorini, director, composer, singer and head of heart ; Mathilde Charpentier, Director of Communications and Public Relations, EPA Saclay ; Didier Comier, head of the regional service of creation, direction of the regional affairs of the cultural service of Ile-de-France ; Laurence Dupouy-Veyrier, Vice-president in charge of the Territories of the Association of Directors of Cultural Affairs of Ile-de-France ; Lauranne Germond, director and co-founder of COAL; Dominique HervieuDirector of Culture for Paris 2024; Magali MartinelliNetwork of current music in Ile-de-France; Julie SanerotDirector of Production and Assistant Programmer at Centquatre Paris; Jean-Dominique SecondiHead of the Culture and Creation Department of the Société du Grand Paris; David MonteauDirector of Attractiveness, Economic Development and Digital Technology at the Greater Paris Metropolis.

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