Mix'Art Myrys must be saved

In these times of pandemic, places of cultivation are closed. At the same time places of life, places of meeting, places of formation of our imaginations, places of elaboration of our dreams, sharing our desires and transformation of our representations, these places play an essential role in the social life and moral life of our fellow citizens. Closing them is an unprecedented violation of the cultural rights of an entire society. This is an exceptional situation and should last only as short a time as possible.

Mix'Art Myrys calls for 30 days of reflection and action for the common, free and necessary

After the administrative closure of the main building and the immediate cessation of grants from the city and the metropolis of Toulouse, the collective of self-managed artists Mix'Art Myrys calls for 30 days of reflection and action for the common, free and necessary. The call can be found on the website "Que Vive Mix'Art Myrys" launched at the end of January. A first demonstration, on 6 March at...

Administrative closure confirmed for Mix'Art Myrys and grants "suspended"

12 rue Ferdinand Lassalle in Toulouse, home to the activities of the self-managed artist collective Mix'Art Myrys, a member of Afap and Cnlii, had been threatened with administrative closure since mid-January. This was confirmed by order on 20 January. Since then, the collective has also learned that the Metropolitan Council did not renew its annual grant in December without even having been informed.

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