Arts and Territorial Planning Meetings

Arts and Territorial Planning Meetings

On October 8 and 9, the pOlau-pôle des arts urbains invites artistic and urban project leaders to discuss the notion of “artistic and cultural re-tooling of territories”.

COAL will intervene in the round table “What the territory does to creation?

Round table animated by Sylvain Allemand, journalist, essayist.
What are the new contexts, the new stakeholders and the new frameworks of artistic creation in contact with the territories? What are the new modalities of creation (the ephemeral, the practice of experimentation, versatility…)? How to respond to these structural evolutions (dedicated structures, training?) Can we talk about the instrumentalization of art by planning?

Mark Etc, Ici-même Paris – Chronoclub, fiction on housing and mobility,
Alberto Garutti, visual artist (Italy) – Ai Nati Oggi, connected light installations (Ghent and Istanbul),
Zineb Benzekri, Collectif Random (Lectoure) – Situations Pellisson, artistic project in the framework of an urban rehabilitation in Villeurbanne,
Julien Beller, 6b, architect member of the EXYZT collective – Le 6b, new generation cultural place (Saint-Denis)
Eric Foucault, Eternal Network (Tours – Grand Ouest) – The new sponsors, artistic commissions,
Maëva Blandin, COAL (Paris) – The COAL project, between artistic creation and environment.


Download the detailed program.

Practical information:

REGISTRATION (BEFORE OCT. 2) RATES (check/cash) – Payment on site
DAY 1 : 20 € (meal included)
DAY2:10€(meal included)


at Point H^UT – place of urban creation
20 rue des Grands Mortiers

Tel. +33 (0)2 47 67 55 90

Image: © EPECTASE – “Awareness

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