Open Day at Pavillon Bosio for potential students and general public

Explore the world of art, scenography and opportunity at the Pavillon Bosio’s annual Open Day this March. 

Located on the Rock of Monaco and also known as the École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques de la Ville de Monaco (ESAP), Pavillon Bosio is a higher education establishment for art and scenography.

The school awards the National Diploma in Plastic Arts (Bac +3) and the National Higher Diploma in Plastic Expression equivalent to the grade of Master (Bac +5).

On 16th March, it will host its annual Open Day for prospective students, art enthusiasts, and the general public to explore the institution’s facilities and programs.

This year, the Open Day will be conducted in both virtual and in-person formats. People will have the chance to meet with current students and faculty members, gain insights into the academic environment, and tour the various studios and workspaces that define the school’s creative atmosphere.

The virtual program includes a presentation about the school and its curriculum, led by the director of studies alongside teachers and students. This session is planned for 11am and will be accessible through the Pavillon Bosio’s official YouTube channel, providing an overview of the school’s approach to art and scenography education. The link to the Youtube channel can be found here.

The school has also announced that application forms for the entrance exam, as well as for the admission and equivalence commissions, are now available on its website here.


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Photo source: Pavillon Bosio Facebook page