Enhance your visit with the Centre Pompidou Podcasts!
Our two programs take you on the adventure of artistic creation and let you discover its leading figures and foundational movements.
Listen to the podcasts at the Museum, at home, during your commute…
These new forms of audio guides lead you through the exhibitions and permanent collection. Immerse yourself in the history of modern and contemporary art, brought to life by the narration of actors and actresses in an intimate atmosphere, based on the Museum’s latest programme of events.
Each month, «A Podcast, an Artwork» explores a major work of the Museum, seen through the lens of a social issue (art and consumerism, art and Utopia, art and feminisms).
The series are presented by a journalist who draws from the archives of historical conferences, exclusive interviews, and contemporary music. Enjoy this bold new perspective on art!
According to the Museum’s presentations, some works are not exhibited.
You can find also the «Centre Pompidou Podcasts» on all podcast applications and audio platforms.
The Centre Pompidou makes numerous digitised teaching resources available to visitors to create their own thematic circuits, prepare their visits or make use of this content in class.
Whether you are a connoisseur, a beginner or a teacher; whether you want to enhance your knowledge of modern art and contemporary creation, learn about it or teach others about it, the Centre Pompidou can provide you with teaching dossiers dealing with design, architecture, key figures in modern art, graphics, contemporary art, film creation and the stage arts alike.
If you want to understand artists’ approaches more fully, obtain documentation on a movement or a theme, or explore our collection and exhibitions for your art history or philosophy classes, feel free to view the 165 dossiers made available by the Centre Pompidou.
The Centre Pompidou is developing new teaching resources designed especially for teachers, which include six “history of the arts” circuits. These resources propose itineraries through the collections which meet the requirements of the secondary level school curriculum of the B.O.E.N (Official Bulletin of the Ministry of Education).