URBAN ART AND STREET ART MUSEUM / THE FORGES
Above all, the MAUSA is the first Urban Art and Street Art Museum of France. It was created in an industrial zone of the 19th century called the “Forges de Baudin”. This place charged with history used to be a foundry that evolved through time to become a real village where a hundred workers or so lived in community until 1959.
The new owner is Stanislas Belhomme. In other words, it is the perfect venue to inspire street artists that are always looking for more stories to tell through their works. As a matter of fact, from the Philly tags of Cornbread in the middle of the sixties to nowadays street art, the artists have plenty of messages to transmit whether they are political, humoristic or historical. All these messages will be gathered in the MAUSA.
The museum will be divided in two sections: a permanent collection and a temporary one. Regarding the temporary section, there will be revivals at least twice a year. The opportunity will also be given to raising artists to express themselves fully whether outside or inside the venue.
(Musique : Zerolex – Ebb Flow)
Reopening on April 2, 2018
THE FORGES DE BAUDIN HISTORICAL SITE
Dole (39100) TGV Station
Poligny (39800) TER Station
« Jurago » Stop at Sellières
4 min away from A39 highway exit n°7
5 min from N83 driving towards Sellières.
Park access: 2 euros, free for children under 10
Park + indoor access: 10 euros full price, 8 euros reduced price, free for children under 10
Tour included (every hour)
Téléthon special event
December 8th and 9th
Every Sunday during all summer
11am - 07pm
HIP HOP contest
September the 30th