Outdoor

    In winter, the variable weather conditions unfortunately do not allow us to offer tours of artworks installed outside. Tours of the Pourtalès sculpture park, in Strasbourg, and in the rest of Alsace, will begin again in the spring of 2012.

     

    A tour of Pourtalès park

    The educational team can receive up to two classes at once in the park. The tour takes about 2 hours and presents the majority of the installations in the park. Depending on the age of the pupils, games or other activities related to the artwork being presented can be organised.

    For a complete presentation of the installations in Pourtalès park, go to the page of this circuit.

    Visit other artistic installations

    You may also ask us to organise a tour of an artwork installed elsewhere in Alsace or to visit several installations:

    In the north of Alsace, near Haguenau and Saverne :
    Le Monument de la Chêne by Gloria Friedmann
    (in the forest of Haguenau),
    Sequoia Mirabilis by Patrick Meyer
    (in Niederbronn-les-Bains),
    La Balustrade by Mathieu Mercier
    (in Hochfelden),
    Là/Doh by Daniel Pommereulle
    (at the entry to Drusenheim),
    La Ligne des Amers by Alain Willaume
    (in Gambsheim, on the dike path of the Navigable Routes of France along the Rhine)
     
    In and around Strasbourg (bicycle tours possible):
    Pierre Trouée (hommage à Jean Clareboudt) by Daniel Pontoreau
    (Place de la Marché Gayot in Strasbourg),
    Méditation by Mac Adams
    (in the University gardens),
    Ligne indéterminée by Bernar Venet
    (Place de Bordeaux),
    Le Puits Voleur by Patrick Bailly-Maître-Grand
    (Orangerie park),
    Hommage de Lydia Jacob aux jardins familiaux by Raymond Waydelich
    (Robertsau district of Strasbourg),
    V’Herbes by Claudie Hunzinger
    Strasbourg-Meinau Municipal Library),
    A Fleur d’eau by Catherine Gangloff
    (Espace Européen de l’Entreprise in Schiltigheim),
    La Nacelle by Denis Pondruel
    (forecourt of the Marc Bloch High School in Bischheim)
     
    Alsatian side of the Vosges mountains, between Barr, Sélestat and Saint-Dié :
    Moucharabieh by Marc Linder
    (Spesbourg Castle),
    Le Belvédère by Gérard Starck
    (Hohwald),
    Le Champ du feu by Daniel Pontoreau
    (Champ du feu),
    Trois Vitraux by Lothar Quinte and Sibylle Wagner
    (Champenay chapel),
    Brise-Vent/Windbreaker by Ilana Isehayek
    (in the area known as Les Quatre Bornes)
     
    In the south of Alsace :
    Aqua by Katsuhito Nishikawa
    (Wesserling Castle),
    Daphné by Jean Claus
    (Munster)

    For installations outside of Pourtalès park, please contact Tour Manager Gérald Wagner in order to better define your route, at least one month in advance.

    Cette installation fait partie d'un itinéraire

    Pourtalès Park

    These outdoor artworks are freely accessible throughout the year. The CEAAC’s cultural mediation service offers to accompany groups free of charge during visits to one or several sites : to make a reservation, go to the Guided tours and teaching workshops page.

    Cette installation fait partie d'un itinéraire

    Strasbourg

    Cette installation fait partie d'un itinéraire

    Alsace

    These outdoor artworks are freely accessible throughout the year. The CEAAC’s cultural mediation service offers to accompany groups free of charge during visits to one or several sites