The concept of third places seems today to be both a way to escape crises and to respond to many collective desires and needs for a renewal. Why are so many cultural institutions using it, and why are so many cultural actors calling themselves third places? What makes a third place? What changes do third places bring in the way we live and work together ?
With Fanny Herbert, co-pilot of the Carton plein association, Jean-Paul Angot director of the MC2 :Scène nationale de Grenoble and president of the Association des Scènes Nationales, Raphaël Besson researcher associate with the Laboratoire Pacte and director of the agence Villes Innovations (Grenoble, Madrid), Sophie Ricard architect, coordinator of the Hôtel Pasteur in Rennes
Hosted by Lisa Pignot, editor-in-chief of the OPC andJean-Pierre Saez director of the OPC