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Introduction

This event is supported by the European cultural Season, organized during the French Presidency of the European Union (July 1st – Dec. 31st, 2008)
Strasbourg Ville de culture  Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg  Saison culturelle européenne  Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication  Musées de France  Museum - Musées  Dernières nouvelles d'Alsace  France 3 - Alsace

© 2008 - Les Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg

 


ORGANIZATION OF THE EXHIBITION

Ville de Strasbourg     Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg     Musées de Strasbourg

EXHIBITION LABELLING BY

Saison culturelle européenne

WITH AID FROM

Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication     Musées de France    Koninkrijk der Nederlanden

And

Dernière Nouvelles d'Alsace     France 3 Alsace

France 3 Alsace in association with the Museums of Strasbourg explores the life and work of Hans Jean Arp on television and the Internet:

Spectators can enjoy the exhibition firsthand in France3 Alsace’s Fall lineup of television programs and news reports:
- the evolution of the pieces on loan from the ARP Foundations,
- preparations around the exhibit and reactions from Strasbourg’s public
 
Reports available for the public through France3’s Cultural Portal http://videos-culture.france3.fr and on http://alsace.france3.fr/, a website dedicated to Hans Jean Arp as a prelude to the exhibition:
- A short video biography about the native of Strasbourg
From Hans Jean Arp’s birthplace to the gargoyles around the cathedral inspiring his childhood drawings and sculptures of the Esplanade, a stroll around Strasbourg as a preview to the exhibition
- An interactive game: «A côté de la plaque»
Situated in the heart of Strasbourg or further away in its quiet neighborhoods, street signs figuring a constellation of Hans Jean Arp’s friends : sculptors, poets…France3 Alsace recounts the tale «A côté de la plaque»…
- Clouds, swarming swallows and images for the illustrated presentation of texts by poet Hans Jean Arp.
- Interviews

An architect, curator, exposition organizer, graphic designer, librarian and many others expand upon the organization around an exhibition