Vincent Peillon, Minister of National Education, and Aurélie Filippetti, Minister of Culture and Communication, sign a national framework agreement with the Association des régions de France and the National Centre in Toulouse on Friday 27 September
documentation, in the presence of the Platform association. The signing of the convention comes at a time when the 30th anniversary of the Fonds régionaux d'art contemporain (Frac) is being celebrated, and the development of arts and cultural education for all students is a government priority.
This convention launches the «one institution, one work» operation and aims to raise awareness of contemporary art among students who are often further away, by exhibiting works of art from the Regional Funds of Contemporary Art (Frac) in schools and colleges.
It aims to develop and systematize the approaches led by the actors in the field, directing them more towards colleges and projects involving colleges and schools. The project for 2013-2014 is to launch the operation in as many
The European Commission’s Green Paper on Lifelong Learning and Lifelong Learning will be published in the Official Journal of the European Communities.
The operation will be based on the pedagogical projects set up by the teaching teams in connection with the Frac and their local partners, and may involve artists. It is thus all the contribution of the Frac, their role in the dissemination of contemporary art to all audiences that can be valued among students.