The Maison de l'Image is a resource center dedicated to images, open to anyone wishing to learn about image techniques, conduct image education projects and discover artistic creation in the field of digital arts.
The association, founded in 1972 under the name Centre AudioVisuel Grenoble, became La Maison de l'Image in 2013, taking over the missions of the Maison de la photographie et de l'image.
Its objectives are:
- Image and media education
- Access for all to artistic and cultural practices through photography, video, multimedia and screens
- Promotion of works and artists
The Maison de l'Image offers :
- training courses and workshops for all publics (individuals, professionals, students): Initiation and improvement in video, photography (digital and film) and multimedia Building and running an image and media mediation project with different publics (children, teenagers, adults) ... and any other training tailored to individual needs.
- workshops to raise awareness, through the reading and production of images, in partnership with schools, associations, social or socio-cultural structures. They are led by audiovisual and multimedia professionals and artists.
- artistic programming, with exhibitions, performances, installations and screenings.
- conferences and debates to understand and question the place of images in our society.
- and also: an editing studio, a film photography workshop, programs from Cap Canal - the educational television channel - on loan...
The association was created on the initiative of the City of Grenoble and the French Ministry of Education. Today, these two authorities are active on the board of directors of La Maison de l'Image, alongside the Conseil général de l'Isère and Grenoble Alpes University.
La Maison de l'Image has some sixty members, including organizations and individuals.
In 2012, La Maison de l'Image reached 2,451 people through its various initiatives.
From 01/01 to 31/12
Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 9 am and 12.30 pm and between 2 pm and 5 pm.
Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday.