On Saturday, November 21, the Professions Culture day initiated by the Minister of Culture and Communication met with a very lively crowd all over France.

From now on, a number of results show that
success of this day:

The Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris welcomed about 3,000 people, the Ecole du Louvre counted 2,555, or 1,500
visitors to the Ecole nationale supérieure d'architecture de Paris Belleville.
The Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de
Paris, it will have attracted a large audience around a rich and
more than 20 events ranging from classical music to
contemporary music without forgetting dance.

In Rosny sous Bois, the National School of Circus Arts hosted about
300 people and the Pôle supérieur d'enseignement artistique Paris
Boulogne-Billancourt has gathered a large audience for the walk
on stage in its premises on Rue de Madrid. In Orléans, the Institute of Visual Arts has
received some 200 people, and made room for its round table on
the transformation of creative professions.

The National School of Architecture of Nantes which hosted the School
Regional Fine Arts of Nantes and CEFEDEM Bretagne - Pays de la
Loire received more than 300 people, delighted by the exhibitions
proposed by 6 graduates of the Ecole des Beaux Arts and by the 2 shows
(music and dance) presented by the CEFEDEM. This day allowed the
three institutions to consider future collaborations and work
together on joint artistic projects.

A final assessment will be drawn up shortly after a precise census
at Cultural Higher Education Institutions.
The Ministry of Culture and Communication welcomes the
public engagement for this Professions Culture Day, which
a very large number of the 130 higher education institutions
Culture to mobilize for this occasion and exceptionally open
their doors and welcome thousands of visitors.

Among them were former students and initiates but also a large
majority of neophytes who had moved, curious to discover these
schools and the many trades they train in architecture, arts
visual arts, performance (theatre, dance, music, puppets, circus, art of
the street...), art history, heritage, landscape, cinema and audiovisual.