Torgon Night Show

Starting at 5pm at Jorette's area : musical atmosphere, street artists, bar and snack food. The troop ArtScénik will present a circus show in music and light. Projected lights will transform the atmosphere into a great illuminated stage. A circus show which will take the public in a wonderful... more

Chillon

Demonstration of weaving

Demonstration of traditional techniques of weaving. more

Demonstration of weaving
Collection de l’Art Brut: Permanent Collection

Collection de l’Art Brut: Permanent...

In parallel to our temporary exhibitions, we invite visitors to discover the works of a number of self-taught creators on display in the museum's... more

Torgon Night Show

Starting at 5pm at Jorette's area : musical atmosphere, street artists, bar and snack food. The troop ArtScénik will present a circus show in music and light. Projected lights will transform the atmosphere into a great illuminated stage. A circus show which will take the public in a wonderful world of bright projections and glittering pyrotechnics.

Starting at 5pm at Jorette's area : musical atmosphere, street artists, bar and snack food. The troop ArtScénik will present a circus show in music and light. Projected lights will transform the atmosphere into a great illuminated stage. A circus show which will take the public in a wonderful world of bright projections and glittering pyrotechnics.

Demonstration of weaving

Demonstration of traditional techniques of weaving.

Demonstration of traditional techniques of weaving.

Collection de l’Art Brut: Permanent Collection

In parallel to our temporary exhibitions, we invite visitors to discover the works of a number of self-taught creators on display in the museum's Permanent Collection. Outcasts of a society against which they rebel, or whose collective norms and values they resist, these Art Brut authors invent their own techniques, based on often unprecedented means and materials.

In parallel to our temporary exhibitions, we invite visitors to discover the works of a number of self-taught creators on display in the museum's Permanent Collection. Outcasts of a society against which they rebel, or whose collective norms and values they resist, these Art Brut authors invent their own techniques, based on often unprecedented means and materials.