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Ecole Nationale Superieure D'Art De Dijon

Dijon’s Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Art offers two symmetrical options, art and spatial design. Close relationships are maintained between the two so as to bring more concreteness into the art option and more creation into the design option without erasing their differences.

A National Training Workshop for Digital Technologies is located on the premises. Having as a mission to organize high-competence training sessions for teachers, it testifies to the School’s competitiveness in the field of advanced technologies.

The Office is a specialized agency created by the School as an innovative way of opening out onto the contemporary art and design world, as well as of promoting its students’ work and helping them achieve their professional and creative aims.

Finally the School has been developing many partnerships both in France and abroad, particularly with the City of Dijon under whose leadership it manages creation workshops welcoming over 500 students each year – children, teenagers and adults.

DIJON

France

Address:
3 rue Michelet
21000
Phone: 0033(0)380302127
Fax: 0033(0)80303391
Website: www.ensa-dijon.fr


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Location and Getting there

Only an hour and a half away from Paris on the TGV high speed train, Dijon’s École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) stands on the major train axis connecting France to Northern Europe, via Switzerland and Germany, and to Italy in the opposite direction. Thanks to such a privileged location, the Dijon ENSA offers both its students and professors an exceptionally open and varied access to the contemporary art scene.