CONTES IMMORAUX – PART 1 : MAISON MÈRE
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“In order to re-think a project, we have to accept to break previous paradigms, to be okay with getting lost on the way, and to make way for what is […]
The independant bookstore specialised in feminisms and live performance. Absolute fan of orality, poetry and audacity. L’Affranchie has been a partner of Latitudes Contemporaines for years: in these tough times, […]
For the second time, Pol Pi’s new creation daté·e·s is postponed due to the sanitary crisis. On December 10, a virtual premiere will take place online.
A contemporary live scene Festival happening each year in June, a production office and an international cooperation policy:
Since 2003, Latitudes Contemporaines programs and accompanies new artistic forms, with the wish to open dialogue between artists and audiences.More info
Each year in June, Latitudes Contemporaines festival unfolds three weeks of shows, performances, concerts and debates in the Lille metropole and around. An international, multidisciplinary, festive and engaged programme!
Edition 2020: due to the sanitary crisis, the 2020 festival's programme will be postponed to 2021, augmented with new propositions...
All year long, Latitudes Contemporaines' production office accompanies French and international artists of all disciplines.
Latitudes Prod. provides the artists with a custom-made accompaniment for the development of their artistic projects, from their conception to their diffusion.
Since 2008, Latitudes Contemporaines has been impulsing and taking part in European projects.
Since the end of 2019 and until summer 2021, Latitudes Contemporaines leads the INFRA project, side by side with 5 other European cultural institutions. INFRA - Inclusive Network For Refugee Artists aims to favour the social and professional integration of artists in exile in Europe. INFRA is supported by the European Commission / Creative Europe.
To be a partner of the festival is to support an eclectic and committed artistic and cultural project, and to help open the dialogue between artists and audiences.
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