The Palace of Fontainebleau was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981 for its extremely high artistic and historical importance. At MagmaCultura we contribute to strengthening the relationship between visitors and this key piece of heritage through the cultural mediation program.
Conceived in the 12th century as a hunting lodge on the outskirts of Paris, Fontainebleau is the only palace to have been inhabited by all French monarchs. It is distinguished by its enormous artistic wealth, a combination of the Italian Renaissance and French artistic traditions, and its history, for being the venue for such important events as the abdication of Napoleon I in 1814.
When carrying out heritage disclosure actions of this depth, it is essential to take into account its transversal value. For this reason, at MagmaCultura we face the task of designing and executing the Palace’s cultural mediation program as an extension of the institution’s own work with the highest level of demand.
The cultural mediation program should meet the following objectives:
Responsible for the conceptualization and execution of the cultural mediation services of the Palace, which implies:
We have developed a cultural mediation program: