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“ Beauty will save the world. ”

F. Dostoïevski

Art Explora launches its residency program!

In partnership with Cité internationale des arts, Art Explora launches its first residency program for international artists and researchers on the theme of scientific exploration, technological exploration and exploration of the world by promoting emerging art scenes.

Who are we ?

Art Explora is a Non-profit Organization with the ambition to share culture with as many people as possible, by broadcasting digital content and putting together cultural roadshows.

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If you too believe that art should be accessible to everyone, join our incredible team of volunteers and help us in taking up that challenge!

Manifesto

Culture can take many forms, opera or a hip-hop battle, Munch’s Scream or Hitchcock’s Birds, it is a constant metamorphosis. It passes from one hand to the other, from one ear to the other, from one glance to the other and is transmitted by the power of our senses.

And one thing remains unchangeable: freely lived culture is a gateway to one another. It breaks down differences. It is no longer a question of gender, social background, nationality, religion, but a meeting. A meeting with yourself and something else.

Sharing culture with everyone so we all open up to one another is breaking down the walls that separate us. This is the ideal that drives Art Explora, and all of us, cultural professionals and volunteers, from all walks of life.

Around the world, we gently infiltrate the best of artistic creation into everyone’s life from harbours, schools, screens…

So, whether it’s a podcast or video, sailing, motorised or even on foot, we go out to meet you in order to introduce the masterpiece that could change your life for ever.

The day may come when you too will become cultural ambassadors. You will then discover the happiness of creating deep connections with those who previously seemed so different from you.

On our platform or on our boat, bridges are created, never barriers, because that’s what culture should always be.