The "Jazz à Juan" photographers - from 21st June to 30th August
A photograph is an instant that will never return! Our photographer friends from "Jazz à Juan" are all hunters of present instants. This year, Tim Motion, Michel Johner, Gilles Lefrancq, Albert Saladini and Yannick Seuret will present, in the streets and areas of Juan, a selection of their works produced during the Festival.
60 Years of "Jazz à Juan" - The Exhibition - from 9th to 20th July
At the top of the billboard, a prestigious exhibition will enable visitors to discover the history of the festival and an important collection of posters and programmes printed since the start of "Jazz à Juan", recounting its past. It is worth noting that the whole of this work aims, in a more general way as befitting history, to ensure the preservation of the exceptional cultural heritage of Antibes Juanles-Pins.
Creative professions celebrating jazz - from 9th to 20th July
They, too, will be in the spotlight of this 60th edition. "Jazz à Juan" will be exhibiting works produced by 12 artists and craftspeople of Antibes Juan-les-Pins, a certified “Ville et Métiers d’Art” (Arts and Crafts City): painters, sculptors, ceramists, glassblowers have put their talent and creativity to special use to celebrate the event that is the Gould pine grove during the festival: the workshops/ studios TerraLuna, Didier Saba, Papaliart, Licorne de Mer, Daniela Foltynova, Vieux Trésor, Couleur de Vie, Lioger, Helmut, Passage des Arts, Atelier de Nat, Les Lunettes de l’Atelier…
sChOOL Jazz - from 9th to 20th July
They love music and street art. The "sChOOL", the leading Street Art and Music Centre of the Alpes-Maritimes department, organiser amongst other things of the festival "Coul’heures d’automne", will be welcoming several experienced artists who master impressive techniques, come to practise their art in the Gould pine grove on the theme of music: Skio, Ernesto Novo, César Malfi, Wanjah.