Children and youth and families activities

The Fondation Louis Vuitton has chosen to lavish special attention on younger visitors.

Families can enjoy a fun and interactive introduction to contemporary art and to the building itself.

 

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These educational walking tours for 3-5 year olds are punctuated by game stops where children can learn about a work of art, an architectural detail, a material, and so on.

A narrative thread, by turns poetic and imaginary, is constructed from group-participation nursery rhymes, poems and fables. Using hands-on games and word play, these living stories bring art and architecture to life for our youngest visitors.

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Try your hand at art in workshops held in the Atelier, on the site of the converted Musée en Herbe, which re-opened at the Fondation in April 2015. These creative workshops are a regular event during French school holidays and are followed by a tour of the Fondation building and its collections.

In the course of the workshop, parents and children together create an original work of art, a medium to explore the Fondation building and its collections – while making memories to take home.

Tour for 3 to 5-year-olds with their families : "Magic MoMA"

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© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Marc Agyroglo

Teleported from Paris to New York straight into the Exhibition Being Modern : MoMA in Paris, families follow the escapades of a mysterious magician. In his company, children and parents experience fantastic adventures peppered with verse and nursery rhymes, opening their eyes to the world of art.

In French only

 

From 23 October to 4 March 2017

Workshops held every weekend

Daily during French holidays

From 11:30 am to 12pm

Upon reservation

OPENING HOURS

Every weekend
Everyday during French holidays
From 11.30am to 12pm

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Workshop for 6 to 12-year-olds with their families : “Mini Factory”

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© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Marc Agyroglo

Patterns and pop colours abound in this Factory designed for family fun! After visiting the Exhibition Being Modern: MoMA in Paris, children and parents learn about silkscreening, then design and reproduce their own artwork based on the techniques used by Andy Warhol and others from the Pop Art movement.

In collaboration with Print Van Paris - In French only

 

From 23 October to 4 March 2017

Workshops held every weekend

Daily during French holidays

From 2.30 to 5.00 p.m.

Upon reservation

opening hours

Every weekend
Everyday during French holidays
From 2.30pm to 5pm

ticketing

Strike out on your own with the Apprentice Architect app

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Specially designed for children aged 8-12, “Apprentice Architect” is a fun and enjoyable app that encourages kids to actively explore the new Frank Gehry building on their own.

 

Available for iPad free of charge in both French and English at the App Store, “Apprentice Architect” is a virtual companion for your family visit which challenges your child’s observational and deductive skills, dexterity, and above all creativity, so that he or she can become an “apprentice architect”.

 

From sketching to site management, children can try their hand at various steps in the construction process with six fun, clever games:

- Draw and build with "My sketchbook": trace the outlines of a nature-inspired building then use "My studio" to render it in three dimensions,

- Observe and watch with "Look around you": find unique perspectives, photograph them, then hunt out the hidden characters who built the Fondation or run it today in the "Where's Frank?" mural,

- Skilfully control the crane and painstakingly install the glass sails in "Take the controls",

- Discover the secrets of construction in the "How does this work?" quiz.

 

So that as many people as possible can use the application, there are a number of tablets available free for use by the public.

To access the app, click here

Lucky Vibes : The game of the Fondation!

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Lucky Challenge

Beginning of the contest From Friday 24 November 2017
5 p.m.

End of the contest To Monday 27 November 2017 5 p.m.

Lucky Vibes is a game you can play on your iPhone that combines music and dexterity. It is a radical new initiative from a cultural institution.

Fly over Frank Gehry’s building in your Tubaloon to catch as many notes as possible. But don’t lose your tune - and watch out for obstacles!

Lucky Vibes has four levels that depict the Fondation Louis Vuitton in different situations: in summer, in a storm, at night and during a concert. When transitioning between levels, players learn interesting facts about the building and its history.

Special “competition days” will be held several times a year, when the best players can win prizes and exclusive invitations to the Fondation.

With its new Lucky Vibes app, the Fondation is appealing to a digitally savvy public, particularly teenagers and young adults.

 

 

How to get the game?

The game is available free from the App Store, and the Google Play in French and English.

 

 

BE PART OF THE NEXT LUCKY VIBES CONTEST

(rules of the contest)

 

Find all the past workshops, dedicated to children and youth, by clicking here.