Educational activities

The Association Arrimage is particularly sensitive to problems related to education and culture, organizes workshops in partnership with the French Education Nationale and other organizations (NGOs, Museums, etc.).

Those are taking place either in the Association premises or on site.

 

The Association Arrimage provides training for private and public institutions's valid staff membre to audio-description (The Association Arrimage has a license from the Prefecture 'Registered under number 930606904.06 concerning training in audio-description' ).

Claude Garrandes, president of Arrimage Association, was in South East Asia to conduct educational workshops for ill-sighted and blinds adults and children, and to accompany the film 'Invisible Essence The Little Prince' in his Asian previews.

On March 9, 2019, we had the pleasure of receiving François d'Agay, president of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, godson and nephew of the famous writer-aviator, and his family, as well as Nicolas Delsalle, General Delegate of FASEJ in our local in Nice.

Miniature d'illustrationOn March 14, 2019, during 'Mars au Musée', the Association Arrimage intervened, at the request of the students of Master 2 EMIC, by carrying out workshops around Art in relief and Niki de Saint-Phale, at the Mamac Museum of Nice.
The students organized an afternoon for ill-sighted and blind, open to the everyone, who for the most part played the game (hiding their eyes with a banner).

We conducted educational workshops, for the blinds and visually impaired, and open to all, based on the Little Prince at the Morgan Library & Museum.
The purpose of these workshops is to make everyone discover relief art, and take as starting point Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's Little Prince.