AIMAC 2015


June 26th > July 1st

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From Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th of July "After AIMAC 2015 - Provence and Côte d'Azur Art tour"

Option at extra cost for AIMAC2015 participants

For over a century, Provence and the Côte d'Azur have proved to be a tremendous melting pot of talent, constantly creating and embracing artists with their exceptional dynamics. And these dynamics have reinvented the area as time has gone by and as art evolves, reaching beyond just the field of art to touch on creative industries. The Côte d'Azur is still the "great art workshop" described by the art historian André Chastel. It is also "an area ripe for experiment".

KEDGE BS Creative Industries, Culture, Sport Research cluster and IMPGT - AMU offer an optional "study trip" enabling AIMAC2015 participants to immerse in the very particular reality of this region.

A 4-day excursion, full of visits to places of art and meetings with contemporary artists and creative workers.
Number of places: 45 maximum (first in).
Price: 700 €, includes private bus, 3 nights in design hotels, meals, visits.
Output: an original research road book including contributions of the participants will be published in 2016.

Arles in the footsteps of Van Gogh


Meeting at Hôtel du Roi René. Departure for Arles


Welcome & Coffee – Gallery E3.
Talk with Remy Sabouraud, Agency Goûts d’idées « Creativity in Arles »


Meeting with Nicolas Havette, director of Le Magasin de Jouets, contemporary Art Gallery
Presentation of “Contemporary Arles”


Meeting with Aurélie Delanlay, general manager of Les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie


Authentic Lunch at Brin de Thym (Wine included). Talk with the owner of the restaurant.


Fondation Van Gogh – Meeting with Brice Curiger, Artistic Director. Free visit of the current exhibiton:
« Les dessins de VAN GOGH : influences et innovations »,


Walking promenade in Arles


Apéritif at Jules César Hotel Bar, designed by Christian Lacroix.


Dinner at Brin de Thym.


Departure for Les Baux-de-Provence