To make this event a success, parts creator BIM Polantis has joined forces with the city of Suresnes and the INS HEA (National Advanced Training and Research Institute for Handicapped Youth) to revive an urban treasure from the 1930s: the Suresnes Open-Air School.
Attractive, friendly, well-balanced, and always on the cutting edge when it comes to new services, the City of Suresnes offers its residents a location with the perfect balance of economic vitality and pleasant, peaceful urban surroundings with immediate proximity to the capital.
- The MUS (The Urban and Social History Museum)
The MUS presents the history of Suresnes, its urban landscape as well as its social and economic development. The museum highlights the social urbanism of the 1920s through the 1940s, whose best representations include the neighborhood of the Cité-Jardins and the Open-Air School launched by Henri Sellier.
The city of Suresnes and the MUS – Urban and Social History Museum – invite applicants to join a visit of the school on Tuesday, January 16, at 10:00 am or Thursday, February 1, at 2:30 pm. Space is limited. You can register by contacting Manon Roger at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The INS HEA (National Advanced Training and Research Institute for Handicapped Youth)
This national public institution for training and research dedicated to specific educational needs and issues of accessibility will soon change locations, thereby freeing up the buildings and sites of the Open-Air School it currently occupies.