Coronavirus: Centre Pompidou proposes digital classes and podcasts on modern and contemporary art

Published by Cécile D. · Photos by Elodie D. · Published on 6 January 2021 at 12h03
Even though it is out of sight, it remains close to our mind: Centre Pompidou accompanies all along the lockdown by providing podcasts, a web-series and even free classes about modern and contemporary art.

Like during the first lockdown Centre Pompidou works twice as hard to entertain us for the long weeks we have to stay home. All November long, the museum's website offers us new entertainments at home for all modern and contemporary art fans. No need to be an expert, Centre Pompidou has thought about everyone, young or old, novices or skilled.

On the Centre Pompidou website, you can find different podcasts taking you to the heart of a work of art and showing us the bond between art and ecology, feminism, utopia, the society... A whole series of gems to escape from reality for a while. The Quésaco web-serie also presents - with good mood - stories of the museum's most iconic works of art.

Children can also enjoy fitted programs with the Mon Oeil webseries made by artists and illustrators to discover the world of art and art creation. You also have the Prisme7 game created during the first lockdown and workshops to learn different art techniques while you have fun.

And apogee of happiness: private tours of the latest exhibitions, within the museum rooms with curators ready and willing to tell us about every single detail of each masterpiece. Ideal to know all Centre Pompidou's secrets.

In partnership with MOOCs Orange, Centre Pompidou also offers free classes about modern and contemporary art. Eight classes - for three hours - to become an expert of the main figures, styles and movements of modern art. These classes are filled with speeches delivered by specialists and Centre Pompidou curators.

Music, performing art, art history class, behind the museum... Many surprises and entertainments await on the museum's website. Do no hesitate to give it an in-depth go and enjoy all the treasures of culture!

Practical information


Place Georges-Pompidou
75004 Paris 4

Métro ligne 11 station "Rambuteau"


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