The 3 Fracs of the Grand Est
The three FRACs of the Greater Eastern region work together as part of a network. This collaboration reflects a common desire to assist and accompany artists and to design projects with the various key actors of the artistic ecosystem.
Created in December 2005, the Platform Association brings together the twenty-two Regional Contemporary Art Funds (FRACs) around shared objectives:
- Represent the FRACs and promote their collective interests
- Enhance the tangible and intangible heritage of the FRACs by organizing national and international collective projects
- Structure the network by organizing meetings, pooling resources, and common professional tools
An association under the 1901 Law, Platform receives support from the Ministry of Culture, as well as an annual contribution from each FRAC.
Platform has developed a partnership policy aimed at highlighting the structuring role of the FRACs in favour of contemporary creation throughout each region at a national level, with a particular focus on this over the course of a weekend event known as WEFRAC.
The FRAC network frequently organizes exhibitions of FRAC collections abroad.
Link to the Platform site lesfrac.com
Friends of the FRAC
The Association of Friends of the FRAC Champagne-Ardenne brings together all those who wish to participate in the development and impact of events and activities hosted by the institution.
Established in September 1996, the Association of Friends of the FRAC Champagne-Ardenne keeps a close eye on contemporary creation and organizes meetings with artists and artworks, and explores related questions and themes. The convivial atmosphere enables participants to discover and experiment with new artistic fields.
How to join?
Select from one of the following:
- Benefactor: from 150 euros
- Duo: 40 euros
- Solo: 25 euros
- Student: 5 euros