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The Centre operates everyday to make contemporary art accessible to as many people as possible and offers several appointments which go along with the programming and allow different audiences to approach and to deepen the exhibitions on display by other means. The whole mediation program offers a bridge which makes the artworks more available to a large public and which allows it to apprehend contemporary art in a friendly and a playful way.


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#StaySafeAndDraw

Workshops for families, children and adults no longer take place at the Centre, but we are convinced that creation must continue and that the practice of drawing and writing can nourish us in this period of isolation, while maintaining a social link.

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Create your invented alphabet

As an echo to the exhibition Scrivere Disegnando, we invite you to take part in a great contest from your home.
Many of the artists in the exhibition have invented their own alphabets, imaginary, cryptic, mystical.

You too, create and share the alphabet of your own invention to win the privilege of being reproduced by Otto, the writing robot created by the artist Jürg Lehni!

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Adults & groups

Contemporary art could sometimes seem abstract and abstruse. Therefore, it could arouse incomprehension and even controversy. With the guided tours, which give several keys to understand the exhibitions on view, the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève daily works to make contemporary art available for different audiences.

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Schools

Would you like to approach contemporary art with your students? The Centre proposes guided tours adapted to each audience and age as well as introduction classes to the history of video art and experimental cinema.

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Animation film Wednesdays

The Centre in collaboration with Animatou – Geneva’s International Animation Film Festival proposes to children to discover animation films in a playful way at the Cinema Dynamo every last Wednesday of the month.

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Akademinis

Families are invited on a journey through each of the Centre’s exhibition, with visits punctuated by creative and original activities.

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Draw with Alexia

Once a month, children between 8 and 12 years old are invited to learn drawing techniques, but also to develop their imaginaries and creative freedom.

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Draw with Mirek

After a successful solo exhibition, the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève continues its collaboration with Miroslav Marsalek – aka Mirek – by offering the public the opportunity to become familiar with his skills in drawing classes (from 16 years old), all year long.

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Visit the 5th floor

Visit the 5th floor
The virtual exhibition space of the Centre

Visit the 5th floor
The virtual exhibition space of the Centre

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