MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from French to English
Source: Canton of Neuchatel, Switzerland
30.08.2019 A cultural agenda to be circulated by end of August all students from the 1st to the 8th year of compulsory school in the Canton of Neuchâtel. Designed for young people aged 4 to 13 years, this publication identifies a large part of the events and artistic proposals that make up the cultural wealth of the township. Art and culture are present in the school curriculum. As a school, they have a vocation to instruct, to arouse curiosity, provide keys for understanding the world. But art and culture also exist outside the school. In the Canton of Neuchâtel, multiple institutions or associations offering children performances, workshops or exhibitions of high quality. So that teachers, students and their parents to be informed, the State proposes, for the 2011-2012 academic year, “The Agenda for young audiences’. Pulled 19 of 300 copies, this publication is the result of a collaboration between the cultural services of the State of Neuchâtel and of the Cities of Neuchâtel and La Chaux-de-Fonds. Performing Arts (theatre, puppets, a musical tale), cinema (The Little Lantern, The Magic Lantern, Cinema ABC…), museums (Laténium, the Museum of fine arts of le Locle, the international watchmaking Museum, Museum of ethnography…), “The Agenda for young audiences’ is not exhaustive but identifies the main cultural and artistic activities provided for in the attention of 4 – 13 years by professionals and institutions that make the cultural richness recognized in the Canton of Neuchâtel. This ninth edition (can be viewed and downloaded via this link) will be distributed to all students from the 1st to the 8th year of compulsory school in the canton, by the end of August. For young people passionate about culture, the subscription “20 years, 100 francs” is to be found. For at least 21 years of age, it provides free access (after a one-time payment of chf 100) to thousands of shows, concerts, festivals, film clubs and exhibitions in hundreds of cultural venues in several French-speaking cantons (Neuchatel, Jura, Fribourg, Berne and Valais). This subscription can be ordered on the site www.20ans100francs.ch/.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure is not be perfect.