In the heart of Arles’ Griffeuille district, photography has becomes a means of sharing experience, knowledge and culture.
To get local residents involved in the city of Arles’ photography initiatives, SEMPA – a local housing association – and the Voies Off festival have come together to promote artistic creation, exchanges and good community relations in a variety of ways, such as residential artist programmes, mediation, large photographs exhibited on building walls, dinners and a night-time projection night in the heart of the district.
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