On Monday, the students began with an integration day in the most famous museum in the world: The Louvre.
After a meeting with Francoise Mardrus, curator at the Louvre and head of the Dominique-Vivant Denon Center, they could discover the masterpieces of the museum.
The next day, Mathieu Grenier, a choreographer, invited them to participate in creative and personal development exercises in front of the greatest monuments of Paris.
They ended their week with Camille De Singly, professor of Art History with a course on this theme and a guided tour of the Center Pompidou.
This week is a sample of the innovative pedagogy that the programme wishes to value for better learning through immersion.
The programme covers all sectors of Creative Industries, from music to fashion and design.
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