In conjunction with the Strasbourg Conservatoire, the CDN is piloting the "classes à horaires aménagés théâtre" at the École Martin Schongauer and Collège Hans Arp. From CM1-CM2 to 3ème, students work on a common artistic project, led by a team of teachers and artists coordinated by Delphine Lanson (member of the artists' committee). The classes are open on selection to any Eurometropole student interested in training in the performing arts.
This season, the public relations team is working in particular with teachers at the Lycée le Corbusier (Strasbourg), with students in the Module d'Orientation et d'Apprentissage du Français (MOAF).
At the Strasbourg prison, the TJP also organizes a workshop with minors over several weeks.
In the child psychiatry department of the Centre Hospitalier d'Erstein, an artistic practice workshop continues with children suffering from pervasive developmental disorders.
At the Faculté des Arts de l'Université de Strasbourg, students in Licences 2 and 3 Arts du spectacle are taking a module to discover the professional world, and Master's students are involved in stage-side mediation. In conjunction with the Service Universitaire d'Action Culturelle and the Crous, an à la carte workshop and a cultural itinerary are offered.
The CDN sets up a series of workshops and shows for families supported by the CAF du Bas-Rhin and for disabled teenagers from the Service Insertion de Formation d'apprentissage Spécialisé de Bischheim (SIFAS).
In partnership with the city of Strasbourg and the Rectorat, the TJP offers training courses for teachers and early childhood professionals.
The TJP is delighted to continue its commitment to the TÔT ou T'ART network for this 23/24 season. This collaboration continues from year to year, to encourage encounters between spectators of all generations and artistic proposals in all their diversity and singularity.
Managers of associations, organizers, referrers of social or medico-social integration structures...... Itineraries for your groups can be devised and created together, based on the program and in collaboration with the artists.
The TJP offers accessible shows:
→ from a very early age, which are therefore aimed at all audiences, with or without children, French-speaking or not.
→ for the deaf or hard-of-hearing (surtitling, LSF adaptation in partnership with Deux mains sur scène or vibrating vest).
→ blind or visually impaired people, with a strong emphasis on sound and musical language.
→ to people with mental or psychological disabilities, by helping them choose the right shows and establishing a personalized spectator pathway.
As well as diverse and complementary experience in the performing arts:
→ participate in artistic practices
→ see a new show
→ meet and talk with the season's artists
→ visit backstage at Petite and Grande scène
→ share show support files
The Public Relations and Artistic Action team will be happy to arrange a meeting with you to advise and support you as best we can in the choices you wish to make.
CONTACT Julie Uffmann
firstname.lastname@example.org / 06 12 74 13 14
1 rue du Pont Saint-Martin
Strasbourg - Petite France
7 rue des Balayeurs
Strasbourg - Krutenau