MAC/VAL

MAC/VAL is opened every day of the week, except on mondays:
tuesday to friday, 10 h to 18 h
week-ends and holidays, 12 h to 19 h.

Closed on january 1st, may 1st and december 25th.

phone: 01 43 91 64 20
fax: 01 79 86 16 57

Access map

Place de la Libération
94400 Vitry-sur-Seine

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Events

Off the wall, original, smart and varied, our programming of events is fueled by our desire to go further in the experience of art, favor encounters with living creation and increase dialogue around the artworks. This programming consists of encounters, performances, screenings and special tours.

Organized by our team dedicated to cultural mediation and temporary exhibitions, performances provide artists with creative space as well as the opportunity for the audience to discover other aspects of contemporary art.

Our special tours aim at original encounters with the artworks. They take place in the presence of the artists, whether visual artists, architects, authors, poets or chefs, and are complemented with explanations by art theorists or philosophers.

The museum’s audiovisual programming is conceived to interact with the artworks and for all audiences - children, teenagers, adults and families. Finally, lectures regularly take place at the museum all throughout the year and are designed like cultural and artistic events.

Off the wall, original, smart and varied, our programming of events is fueled by our desire to go further in the experience of art, favor encounters with living creation and increase dialogue around the artworks. This programming consists of encounters, performances, screenings and special tours.

Organized by our team dedicated to cultural mediation and temporary exhibitions, performances provide artists with creative space as well as the opportunity for the audience to discover other aspects of contemporary art.

Our special tours aim at original encounters with the artworks. They take place in the presence of the artists, whether visual artists, architects, authors, poets or chefs, and are complemented with explanations by art theorists or philosophers.

The museum’s audiovisual programming is conceived to interact with the artworks and for all audiences - children, teenagers, adults and families. Finally, lectures regularly take place at the museum all throughout the year and are designed like cultural and artistic events.