Campus Arts: results of the second call for projects

On The February 12, 2019

As part of IDEXLYON, 8 projects were selected from the Campus Arts call for projects 2019.

To promote the creativity of students at the Université de Lyon and encourage their artistic expression, IDEXLYON launched the second Campus Arts call for projects in November 2018. This year, the jury received a dozen applications.

After assessing the applications, eight projects were selected. Each project was granted up to 2,000 euros of financial support and will be presented during the Arts and Culture in Higher Education Days (JACES) on the Lyon Saint-Étienne university site, which will be held in early April 2019.

2019 Campus Arts winning projects:

  • NUG FEST IN/OUT – The New Urban Generation festival is organized by architecture, engineering, and urban studies students. It extends an invitation to imagine the city of the future by holding workshops and presenting shows and music.
  • CONCOURS CULT' DU BDE SCIENCES DE L'UJM (CULT' CONTEST HELD BY THE UJM SCIENCE STUDENT OFFICE) – Do you have a talent: photography, dancing, singing, stand-up comedy, video, writing, music, performance arts, acrobatics, impressions, sculpting, painting, mentalism, etc.? Come and gain exposure with an audience who will vote (in good spirit) on the best performances, and go home with prizes and awards (probably)!
  • SEUL FACE À L'AMPHI (1 VS THE AUDITORIUM) – This event draws inspiration from the “1 vs. 100” game show, intermingling a trivia game where contestants face the audience and artistic shows (drama, music, dance, etc.).
  • LE ROUGE ET LE NOIR, COMÉDIE MUSICALE (THE RED AND THE BLACK, A MUSICAL) – This musical mixes disciplines and art forms (dance, music, theater) to provide a fresh take on Stendhal’s classic novel.
  • HYPER 676 – This group project highlights about fifty projects from designers and visual artists, each specially made for the International Design Biennial in Saint-Étienne.
  • CAMBRURE – A group of students, one a sculptor, one a performing artist, one a filmmaker, and their surprise guests from the Comédie de Saint-Étienne are extending an invitation to witness strange slices of life in their sculpted living room during the International Design Biennial.
Click here to learn more about the winning projects.