The Studio promotes youth engagement through exhibitions and fun activities on photography. Accessible to all visitors, the program includes participative experiences, encouraging young visitors to create their own museum visit.
From now, the Studio invites you to discover an exhibition on the “power of images” through the collaboration between humanist photographer Jean Mohr and art critic and committed writer John Berger.
Free access activities in the Studio
A way to tell a story
You can choose one of the three photographs on the wall and place keywords that correspond to it next to it. Using the sentence proposed under the photograph as a starting point, you can imagine a story from the perspective of the photographer or one of the characters in the image, and write it by hand or typewriter before sharing it on the wall.
My way of seeing
By choosing several photographs and placing them on a corkboard, you can write - by hand or typewriter - keywords that correspond to the story you imagine around these photographs and place them next to them.
“La Clé des songes”
Inspired by René Magritte's work "La Clef des songes" (1935), in which the surrealist painter expresses the perpetual gap between language and sight, you too, through writing or collage, can create a painting composed of images and words. To do this, photographs, black sheets and white pencils are available in the Studio area. Go back with your creation!
And don't forget: Join the Studio’s creative workshops with a museum educator during our Family Sundays program organized every first Sunday of the month.
The Studio is located on the top floor of the museum.
Free access all year round.
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm, according to the museum schedule
Closed during exhibition preparation.
Closed during exhibition preparation (see the Calendar of exhibitions).