Centre des arts, Ecole internationale

Of ultra-modern concept and harmoniously integrated into an environment worthy of preservation, the urban woodland of La Grande Boissière, the building designed by the architects Willmote & Associés is destined to serve the school’s students, cultural institutions and the public at large. Its generous proportions house an auditorium with a seating capacity of 400, a theatre seating 180, a theatre studio, a dance studio, a recording studio and numerous classrooms together with exhibition space.

The Arts Centre offers, in particular, staged productions, workshops and conferences and welcomes resident professional artists. Through its programming and the development of partnerships with local and international artistic communities the Arts Centre will greatly enrich the teaching programmes of Ecolint. It provides Geneva with a genuine cultural platform for transmission of the arts and for cross-discipline partnerships and is accessible to a wide range of public. New technologies will be the main thread of its programming.

Within the context of the school and the Geneva community the Centre will contribute through:
- stimulating the teaching of the arts (music, theatre and visual arts) in the secondary school
- enhancing cross-curricular cooperation with other teaching areas on the one hand and collaboration with cultural experts and institutions on the other
- expanding the offer of extra-curricular activities in the field of arts through courses, lunches, workshops, master-classes, scholarships etc.
- offering Geneva a venue for transmission of the arts and encouraging the use of new technologies.

The key words are otherness, cross-curricular opportunities and creativity.

Centre des arts, Ecole internationale
Eaux-Vives Route de Chêne


Taking place in this venue

Acclaimed violinist and Chair of the Menuhin Competition Geneva 2018 jury Pamela Frank and physical therapist Howard Nelson will be sharing their expertise in movement analysis: how a musician’s movements and alignments can be injury-provoking or beneficial to their musculoskeletal health.