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Opening hours

From Wednesday to Saturday: 2 - 6 pm
Sunday: 11 am - 6 pm 

The art center is opened to the public all year long except between Christmas and New Year and 1st May
The art center is closed during the exhibition's set up

Visits by appointments for groups and professionals

 

Contacts

Mail:
info@cac-synagoguedelme.org

Office:
Centre d'art contemporain - la synagogue de Delme
33 rue Poincaré F-57590 Delme
Phone: + 33 (0) 3 87 01 43 42
Fax: + 33 (0) 87 01 43 14
From Monday to Friday: 10 am - 6 pm

Exhibition space: 
Phone: + 33 (0) 3 87 01 35 61
From Wednesday to Saturday: 2 - 6 pm
Sunday: 11 am - 6 pm 


Location

Delme is a 30 min drive from Nancy or Metz
a 45 min drive from Luxembourg and Sarrebrücken
a 90 min drive from Strasbourg
a 3.30 hrs drive from Paris, Brussels and Basel


From Metz (by car, 30 min): D955, formerly route de Strasbourg
From Nancy (by car, 30 min): N74 towards Château-Salins, then D955 towards Metz

 

Team


Chair: Catherine Jacquat

Interim Director: Marie Bechetoille

Director: Marie Cozette

Administration and communication: Pierre Viellard
communication@cac-synagoguedeme.org

Educational services and reception: Camille Grasser
publics@cac-synagoguedelme.org

Production manager and head technician: Alain Colardelle
regie@cac-synagoguedelme.org

Reception and visitor mediation : Clémentine Clénet
accueil@cac-synagoguedelme.org
 

Former directors:

Olivier Kamoun (1993 - 2001)
Corinne Charpentier (2002 - 2007)

 

Partners


The contemporary art centre - la synagogue de Delme receives the support from the Ministry of Culture and Communication - DRAC Grand Est, the Moselle Department Council, the Grand Est Regional Council, the Communauté de Communes of Saulnois and the Commune of Delme.

The artist residency programme is organised by the contemporary art centre - la synagogue de Delme in collaboration with the Lorraine Regional Natural Park and the Commune of Lindre-Basse.

The art centre is a member of d.c.a / French association for the development of centres d’art (www.dca-art.com), LoRA - Contemporary Art Network (lora.fr/), and the Arts en residence - French national network (artsenresidence.fr).
 

ArtCoLor accredited by the Regional Council.

 

Where in the area sleep and eat?


 

To help you prepare your visit, we’ve selected a few addresses. For your stay in Delme or in the Saulnois area, you can either sleep in a hotel or see if a bed and breakfast can tempt you. As for restaurants, you’ll have a choice between traditional or creative cuisine.

Delme
Hôtel - Restaurant La Douzième Borne - Fine traditional cuisine or quick meal (www.12eme-borne.com
Auberge de Delme – Creative regional cuisine (http://www.aubergededelme.fr

 

In Saulnois

Vic-sur-Seille
L’Event - Seasonal cuisine made with fresh, local produce (http://www.l-event.fr

Château-Salins
Hôtel Restaurant Le Floride – traditional French cuisine
Le Chalet  – regional cuisine, fresh produce (http://www.restaurantlechalet.fr)

Benestroff
La Toque Blanche (Benestroff) – inventive fine cuisine made with local produce (http://latoque-blanche.fr

Mulcey
Auberge de Mulcey (Mulcey) - Creative seasonal cuisine (http://www.aubergedemulcey.fr

Maizières-lès-Vic
La Table du Saulnois (Maizières-lès-Vic) – French cuisine (http://restaurant-la-table-du-saulnois.fr

Marsal
L’auberge du Saulnois (Marsal) – traditional cuisine

Lagarde
PK 209 (Lagarde) – traditional cuisine, waterside restaurant


Rural accommodation
Le Manoir (Alaincourt-la-Côte) – bed and breakfast (http://www.lemanoir-chambresdhotes.com
Château d’Ateville (Tarquimpol) – bed and breakfast (http://www.chateaudalteville.com)
Pavillon du gouverneur - Gite 117 (Marsal) – vacation rental (http://www.gites-de-france.com/location-vacances-Marsal-Gite-Le-Pavillon-Du-Gouverneur-57G117.html
Gite 32 (Vic-sur-Seille) – vacation rental (http://www.gites-de-france.com/location-vacances-Vic-sur-seille-Gite-57G32.html

 

Also to see in the surrounding area


 

In Saulnois

George de la Tour Museum
This museum, located in George de La Tour’s birthplace of Vic-sur-Seille, presents a collection of paintings dating from the 17th century to the 20th century.

Musée du Sel
In Marsal, discover the history and archaeology of Saulnois, the archaeology of salt as well as industrial extraction and exploitation techniques.

The Bataville site
A garden city built in the 1930s in the Bauhaus architectural style by Tomas Bata, the famous founder of the architectural firm Bata. The “La Chaussure Bataville” association (“The Bataville Shoe”) offers visits to explore the site’s history and architecture.


In Lorraine

LoRA - Lorraine Réseau Art Contemporain
Set off to discover contemporary art thanks to the LoRA network, grouping together over forty partners in Lorraine.

Centre Pompidou - Metz
This sister institution of Paris’s Centre-Pompidou offers a multidisciplinary programme through innovative, world-class exhibitions.

FRAC Lorraine - Metz
The Fond Régional d’Art Contemporain de Lorraine (the Lorraine Regional Contemporary Archive), through its world-class collection, offers themed exhibitions to introduce visitors to experimental art.

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy - Nancy
The fine arts museum in Nancy presents an overview of European artistic creations from the late 14th century to today.

Musée Lorrain - Nancy
This museum houses a collection of objects that testifies to the artistic and cultural life of the region.

Musée de lEcole de Nancy - Nancy
One of the few French museums entirely devoted to this art movement, which spearheaded Art Nouveau in France. 

La Galerie Blanche - Le Corbusiers Cité Radieuse - Briey
The Première Rue association presents temporary exhibitions in a unit in a housing estate built by the famous architect in 1960.

Le Vent des forêts - Fresnes-au-Mont
In Meuse, this open-air contemporary art space on 5,000 hectares of forest and 45 km of marked trails offers a chance to set off and discover works of art specially designed for the natural sites they are part of.