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From 6 years old - all audiences

Circus, by Cie IETO

Wood apprehended in its most ... raw material!
"We want to bring a forest and its symbolism on stage, and for that what better than a tree? We envision different sequences that will link us to him through his deconstruction. Each element: branches, trunk, sawdust, will become the decoration and the support of our movements. Its decomposition and the shelter it provides to other species give the tree a second life. We also want, in the same way that it could be reborn in furniture or in parquet, to give a second life to our beech. 3 beings including 1 with an H.
"The trees die standing"
We want flexible, fluid, constructed and evolving acrobatics, which dances with the static and the dynamic. Sometimes ample and airy, sometimes intimate and tiny. A sincere acrobatics which is part of a whole while taking into account the other and the object. A personal dance for a hectic situation.
Talk about us through time. Talk about time through the tree. The tree grows steadily, follows its own rhythm. Much slower than that of humans. The branches live in the present, fragile, flexible and dynamic, they seek the light. The roots provide stability by feeding on the past. When we uproot a tree from the earth, we uproot it from time… ”.

TICKETING : / Phone.+03 89 08 36 03

The 22 / 01 / 2022

By the company Le Bouffou Théâtre à la coque

From 3 years

The story comes from a news item: this man from a distant country in Eastern Europe, had never seen the sea. He takes his bicycle to meet him, crosses several countries, crosses paths number of people… and almost hit the nail on the head. Unfortunately he was caught up with the administrative formalities: without identity papers, he was arrested and then returned to his point of departure by plane. An ordinary tragedy which naively opposes poetry and the rigidity of established laws.

 TICKETING : / Phone.+03 89 08 36 03

The 26 / 01 / 2022

Olivier Halm, an amateur photographer from Sundgau, spends most of his free time, his eyes riveted on the viewfinder of his camera. Patient and talented his pictures manage to transmit all the emotion of the animal encounter with badgers, deer and other birds of our region. Come and admire a selection of his photos and listen to this enthusiast tell you about his best encounters and share some of his photographer's secrets with you to make your future shots a success!

Registration required before Thursday, January 27. Limited places. Compulsory health pass

The 28 / 01 / 2022

A recital with small onions

Once is not custom, AJAM abandons its field of predilection and goes to ogle the side of the voice. And what a voice! That of Marie Perbost, Lyrical Revelation 2020 at the Victoires de la Musique Classique.
Alongside Joséphine Ambroselli, her lifelong pianist accomplice with whom she won 2015st Prize in the 1 Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Competition, the young soprano breaks the codes. Bar stool, microphone, bottle of water in hand and popular repertoire, Marie tells her story through a deliciously quirky recital that flirts with American stand-up.


In partnership with AJAM and EMS Musiques: Schubert / Philippe, Dihau, Messager, Hahn, Hervé, Dubas, Poulenc, Weill, Delettre, Kosma, Normand Texts: Nicolas Lafitte Director: Pascal Neyron

 TICKETING : / Phone.+03 89 08 36 03

The 28 / 01 / 2022
  • Creative workshop in recycled materials

    Creative workshop in recycled materials

Here is the principle of this workshop proposed by Christelle Wantz: each one comes, with or without material, with or without idea ... and together, a project is built according to the desires with the material made available and thanks to a multitude of techniques (sewing , knitting, crochet, weaving, collage, drawing, cutting, braiding, modeling ...) and materials.

The workshop is open to everyone and based on mutual aid and sharing!
You can bring personal material according to your project: threads, needle, glue, cutter, sewing machine and other materials… A cake for afternoon tea is welcome!

Registration required before Friday.
Places available: 10.

The 29 / 01 / 2022

Florian Morgen and Joris Anneheim, 2 young photographers passionate about nature, offer you a workshop to discover the basics of animal photography. After a theoretical presentation in the room, you will be able to test your cameras in the great outdoors.

Registration required before Friday January 28.
Places available: 15.

The 29 / 01 / 2022

Fascination is a joyful and scintillating exhibition of sad songs, an exhibition with which Benjamin Seror shares a reflection on the capacity of art to give access to our feelings.

With Fascination, music and song are mobilized as active tools that allow us to inhabit an intimate space, to move around and to push us to act in our daily lives. What touches us so much about music? How can she transport us to places of such intense emotional experiences? We are all connoisseurs of songs that constitute a heritage of experiences and feelings that we have within us. Taking songs with you in the street, on the train or in a waiting room is to take a space with you, it is to move with a whole cultural horizon, a sentimental survival kit.

The exhibition Fascination is an attempt to transmit experiences, stories and knowledge through the thrill, by the quivering of the skin at the passage of an emotion, an incorporated transmission therefore, conveyed by eight songs written and recorded by Benjamin Seror in recent months —Eight songs sad as our worlds, accompanied by flowers, colors, a few lyrics by Tarek Lakhrissi and a dialogue with the work of Binta Diaw, Ru Kim, Yan Li and Sohyun Park. So what will happen when we listen Tomorrow?

The exhibition Fascination is open from November 14, 2021 to January 30, 2022, Tuesday to Sunday from 14 p.m. to 18 p.m. It is closed on December 25, 26 and January 1, 2. Guided tours are offered on Saturdays and Sundays at 15 p.m. by reservation via this registration link.

The 14 / 11 / 2021 30 in / 01 / 2022

By virtue of its geographical location and its history, the Welche Country occupies a special place in Alsace. Its language is part of the Romans-Lorraine patois and is spoken in the valley floors. This show, adapted from Gilbert Michel's book "Le Welche as it is in itself" has the form of a musical tale, of a journey where the historical, ethnographic elements of Welche culture are evoked in French while the songs and funny stories are in welche with French subtitles.



TICKETING : / Phone.+03 89 08 36 03

The 30 / 01 / 2022

A committed eco-gardener, Joseph Muth will liven up the evening by giving you his organizational advice for the management of your vegetable garden: sowing, transplanting, mulching, will no longer hold any secrets for you!

It is also an opportunity to come and exchange a few seeds before sowing your seedlings.


Registration required before Monday January 31.

Meet at the Maison de la Nature du Sundgau.

The 01 / 02 / 2022

Do you dare to fall into someone's arms? To jump together and not think about where you might end up? To gather all your friends and do somersaults in the living room? Or do you prefer to fall asleep in a warm embrace? All of this is possible in Spoon Spoon. In a world filled with mattresses, three dancers and a musician do their best to find that magical moment, when you feel that you are floating and everything around you is disappearing. The stage is ready, it only requires a little bravery.
With mischievous energy, impressive acrobatics, the De Dansers company creates a performance about freedom, security and courage, in the form of a comedic and hypnotic composition of a thousand falls and somersaults, trips, recoveries, throws and they even try. a few flights ...


The 04 / 02 / 2022

The lynx as you've never seen it before! In his first film, internationally renowned photographer Laurent Geslin tells the story of a family of lynxes in the foothills of the Jura. The meeting of a young female with a male, the birth of the young, and their challenge to all to survive and find their place while their species remains seriously threatened.

Meet at the Palace cinema in Altkirch. The screening will be followed by a debate in the presence of Pierre Bach, member of the Observatory of Wild Carnivores.

The 04 / 02 / 2022

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