This autumn, fifty or so local, national and international street artists will gather at Halle Debourg for the third edition of the festival. In a totally redesigned exhibition space, you can take a journey through the work of passionate and engaged artists, such as YGREK, Raquel Rodrigo, Cee Pil, Angel Toren, Dais and Cart’1.
New technologies in the service of art
With the 360° virtual tour (a new feature of this year’s festival) of the exhibition, you can discover the works from the comfort of your own home, or the other side of the world, as if you were really there!
Thanks to augmented reality (via your smartphone or a video-guide), you can learn how each work was produced, through time-lapse films lasting a few seconds. This other new feature offers a chance to understand the artists’ work and the techniques they use.
Women in street art
This year, a space is being created for the expression of women, who remain underrepresented in urban art. The festival welcomes Madame, “affichiste des temps modernes” (a poster artist of modern times), and Lady Bug, who is passionate about Africa and a master of stippled portraits.
Lots to see and do
You can extend your journey in the world of street art by taking part in one of the many activities on offer during the festival. Try graffiti on an iPad or colouring in augmented reality, give free rein to your creativity on the free expression walls, or try out new video games. There is something for all tastes and all ages.
A fantastic programme to be discovered!
Visit the event website for further information and to buy tickets online.