From 11 to 15 December 2017, the Association Arrimage, represented by Claude Garrandes and Jim Paterson, went to New York City, joined by Eva Sbaraini, teacher and head of the 3D department at University of the Arts London, then by Nicolas Delsalle - administrative of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, and his wife Y-Jean Mun-Delsalle, volunteer of Association Arrimage.

The purpose of this trip was to conduct educational workshops at the New York Institute for Special Education for about fifty visually impaired students, workshops attended by Mark Osborne, director of the Ceazarised animated film 'The Little Prince'.
This meeting around the Little Prince, between Claude Garrandes and Mark Osborne, under the patronage of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth was filmed by a Canadian film team, Canesugar Filmworks, led by Jake Yanowski, and will be integrated into their next documentary.
The Association Arrimage particularly wishes to thank, in addition to the Antoine de Saint-Exupery Foundation for Youth, Mark Osborne, Y-Jean Mun-Delsalle and Nicolas Delsalle for their implications for educational workshops, as well as the New York Institute for Special Education 'and Kim Benisatto for their welcome.
On the occasion of this visit, the Petit Prince tactile version - Edition Claude Garrandès / Association Arrimage, was deposited at the Albertine library of the French Embassy, ​​as well as at The Morgan Library & Museum: The Little Prince has so joined his hometown. The association also thanks the library and embassy staff for their warm welcome
We also had the chance to meet Marie Clapot Museum Educator for Access Programs at MET (Metropolitan Museum of Art), a very fruitful meeting from the point of view of art and adaptation, which continued the next day with a tactile tour of the Egyptian collections. MET.
A dense visit rich in work and emotion that should lead to new projects!