How to train curious professionals,
open to the world,
mindful of their responsibilities?
The OECD report on the Future of Education and Skills in 2030 states that adaptability, creativity, curiosity and open-mindedness are the key skills of the future.
Our educational and cultural program lies at the intersection of art, science and technology.
This unique approach allows students to explore new ways of thinking, enrich their scientific culture and question the societal and environmental issues of our era.
- Openness to the world, to the societal and environmental issues of our time
- Agility, creativity, to propose novel and adapted solutions to ever-changing situations
- Ability to be analytical, to consider a complex subject in a holistic way
- Ability to collaborate, to work in a team and get the best out of a group
Prospective - Design Fiction
Students are invited to project themselves into the future by imagining the upcoming challenges of technologies.
This playful approach between fiction and prototyping allows students to develop their vision of a possible future and to prototype ethical and sustainable solutions that bring their ideas to life.
Manual - Critical Making
Critical Making is a practice of manual production that combines digital technologies with social issues.
The aim is to experiment and learning by doing: knowledge is extracted from the process of making and from sustainable practices.
Data - Creative Coding
Students are invited to experiment with tools for digital creativity & production.
This opportunity allowed students to enrich their knowledge by combining a scientific and artistic approach, to develop their curiosity and agility.
Art + Technology Conferences
We program talks by artists, researchers and designers whose work lies at the intersection of Art & Technology. The aim is to open up new ways of thinking and to activate inter-disciplinary collaborations.