To mark the ACCR's 50th anniversary, the team is delighted to share with you its new communication brochure presenting the association and the ACCR network!
For 50 years, the ACCR has been promoting the contemporary re-use of heritage sites as places for artistic creation, transmission, research and hospitality. In this anniversary year, the association wishes to reaffirm this innovative approach to heritage and its commitment to bringing tomorrow's heritage to life.
As a professional federation, the ACCR coordinates and leads the network of CCRs through four main missions: developing exchanges between members in order to encourage joint projects, contributing to the skills development of teams, committing to the dissemination of the CCR model, and promoting cultural cooperation as part of a drive to internationalise the network.
The CCRs combine an exceptional heritage site with a demanding intellectual, artistic and cultural project to ensure its rehabilitation and influence. A Ministry of Culture label since 2017, French sites are awarded the CCR label by the Direction régionale des affaires culturelles.
With their great architectural, artistic and geographical diversity, the CCRs are united around common issues such as the revitalisation of heritage through contemporary creation, EAC and the professional integration of emerging artists, international cultural cooperation and the hosting of foreign and refugee artists, cultural rights and collective reflection, territorial development and the deployment of creative ecosystems on a local scale, as well as the question of the eco-responsibility of sites and biodiversity.
To find out more, take a look at our brochure.