Some initiatives undertaken by the Palais de Tokyo
The Y-A-C-M-É (Young Artists Creators Mediators Students) programme, launched in 2021, links young artists with the priority audiences of the Palais de Tokyo through the design of artistic workshops, organised in situ or outside the walls. This programme is part of HAMO’s project to support young cultural professionals and artists/creators by offering them a springboard for their career, financial support and help in developing their network.
The name given to the second cut of natural meadows, but also the return of what was thought to be lost, “regain” symbolises renewal, new energy and, by extension, a re-reading of our acquired knowledge. The ambition of the PALAIS REGAIN programme is to creatively support individual and collective wills in this process, with the aim of building together a greener and more united world.
This new label brings together a wide range of cultural mediation activities at the crossroads of the arts, natural sciences and militant ecology to meet others by reconnecting with nature, its entities, its rhythm and its energy… even in the city.
The Open Palais events are organised several times a year for young Culture Pass holders. They offer a range of cultural and artistic activities over the course of a day, enabling them to discover the Palais de Tokyo. Each event is organised around a theme that allows young people to discover different plastic practices, mediums and artists.