Partners

The ESADTPM has adopted a policy of genuine partnership organized by geographic area reaching out from the Agglomération Toulon Provence Méditerranée territory.

These partnerships respond to the diverse needs that arise in regards to the overall training provided at various levels of the curriculum (professional training courses, workshops, teacher exchanges...). All are covered by contracts between the school and each of the partner structures and institutions.

Partnerships across the Toulon territory

Partnerships have been set up with the organisations of the Toulon Provence Méditerranée metropolitan area enabling the students at the ESADTPM to benefit from the resource sites for a wide variety of activities:

All these partners are considered as a natural organic extension of the school's academic resources on a territorial level.

Partnerships within the region

The ESADTPM also projects itself into the domain of higher education in art on a regional level by actively participating in the construction of the Provence-Alpes-Côte-D’azur (PACA) des Écoles Supérieures network with:

The Provence-Alpes-Côte-D’azur (PACA) des Écoles Supérieures network is a privileged place for the mutualisation of teaching experiences (events, conferences, workshops…), recently coordinated since 2014 by a pole “Industries Culturelles et Patrimoine” to maximise operational efficiency.

The school is also endowed with privileged partnerships with major structures active on the regional contemporary art scene:

Partnerships at the international level

Furthermore, international partnerships have been set up with:

  • Trankat Street (artists' residence based in a traditional home in the Medina in Tétouan, Morocco and classified a World Heritage site by UNESCO);
  • the Biennial for Young Creators in Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM), an event organized by the ESADTPM within the framework of an international network that for almost a fortnight brings together creators from around the Mediterranean basin.