null In May, let’s celebrate Europe!
In May, let’s celebrate Europe!
Events during the Europe Day 2022
> 5 and 6 May: ESocial Economy, the future of Europe "L'Economie sociale, le futur de l’Europe"
During the two days, you will find: a podcast bar, a time for young people to express themselves (testimonies, debates with elected officials, expression walls), a house of the future dedicated to the actors of the circular economy or a climate fresco animated by a collective of Graffeurs. Free event on registration here
> 6 to 28 May: Eurobus
The association of Young Europeans of Strasbourg in partnership with the European Movement Alsace and the Centre Europe Direct Strasbourg, with the support of the City and the Eurometropole of Strasbourg, offers you to meet the Eurobus on several stages for the Festival of Europe 2022:
> 6 and 7 May: at the Strasbourg Eurometropole races, Place Kléber in the Race Village on Friday 6 May from 11am to 7pm and on Saturday 7 May from 11am to 3.30pm.
> 15 May: at the Jardin des Deux Rives from 2pm to 5pm
All the stages here
> 7 May: March for l’Europe
This march is part of the programme of the Strasbourg Summit which will bring together, from 5 to 8 May 2022, all representatives of European civil society. Departure from Place Kléber at 4pm
> 14 May: European Museum Night
Guided or unguided tours, workshops, exhibitions in the museum of Strasbourg.From 7pm to midnight.
> 21 and 22 May: European Parliament simulation
For two days, about 150 young people aged 16 to 35 are invited to the headquarters of the Eurometropole of Strasbourg to debate on different subjects concerning Europe and to better understand the functioning of the European Parliament. Registration here and more infos here
> 21 May: Europe Night
Sciences Po Strasbourg offers exhibitions, film screenings (fiction and documentary), debates related to the major political, socio-economic, cultural and geopolitical issues of Europe, as well as the Europolar festival. Free event from 5.30 pm to midnight at Cardo
> 15, 25 and 29 may: Guided tours of the European quarter with Lieu d'EuropeUntil 14 August, the Lieu d'Europe is offering tours in French, English or German of the European quarter with a presentation of the emblematic places and the European institutions.
> 15 May in French at 3pm
> 25 May in English at 3pm
> 29 May in German at 3pm
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) Programme
> 2, 9, 16 and 23 May: ESN: Language Café - Mondays, 8-10pm at the French Tavern
> 5 May: European dinner - Thursday evening at the Eurostudent café
0 waste event to exchange food from different countries (everyone cooks a dish to share)
> 7 May: International Mobility Awareness Village - Stands to exchange with people who have gone on a mobility trip - Saturday all day, at the Water Point in Ostwald
> 11 May: Mobility fair
Event in collaboration with the CRIJ Grand Est at 1pm, online
> 21 May Erasmus Gala.
Event reserved for Erasmus students, place and prices communicated by the association.
Full programme and registration here
Orchestra of Strasbourg University
Aurore Symphonique rincludes 3 concerts with Scandinavian flavours under the direction of its guest conductor Eric Staiger:
> 4 May - 8.30 pm at the Espace culturel des Sept Arpents in Souffelweyersheim.
> 11 May - 8.30pm at the auditorium of the Cité de la Musique et de la Danse in Strasbourg.
> 13 May - 8:30 pm at the Saint-Guillaume church in Strasbourg. Free admission. More info here
>10 May: Early Music Journey #3 - Amsterdam
The early music department of the Conservatory invites you to travel through musical Europe at 12.30 pm in the Salle du Grand Orgue
Sports operations with the City and Eurometropole of Strasbourg
> 14 May: 20 free tickets for the Racing match against Clermont Foot 63 => opening of pre-registration on 9 May at 10am (FULL)
> 19 may: 30 free tickets for "balai-ballon" with players of Etoile Noire (Hockey on ice)
> 20 may : 20 free tickets for visit and to play basketball in the Rhenus
The return of the terraces and outdoor events
> From 6 May: Reopening of La Grenze
A large cultural terrace, La Grenze invites you to enjoy the summer with concerts, dj sets, artistic workshops, sports activities, a bar and small restaurants.
> 14 May: Orée océan makes waves
Orée océan opens its doors and offers various activities: costume and face painting stand, a quiz, a concert by Café Aman and you can also eat and have an ice cream if you feel like it. Free event from 3pm to midnight with a limited capacity of 300 people. Meeting point: 32 Impasse de l'Écluse, 67200 Strasbourg
> 21 et 22 May: Springtime in the forest - discover the region by train
From Strasbourg, discover the forest along the Strasbourg - Saint-Dié-des-Vosges railway line and the cycle track. Meet the professionals of the Valley and their know-how with visits, exhibitions, conferences, animations, games, films, etc.
Free access to the events (except specific mention)
Exceptional TER fare of 5€ per person during the two days. Tickets can be purchased from 9 May onwards online or at regional ticket machines (DBR)
From 20 to 22 may: NL contest
This is the annual event for urban sports enthusiasts and professionals, with many activities and an Off Event to enjoy the NL Contest for longer.
> 7 May: Roller Disco party at Ateliers éclairés
> 19 May: Hiphop concert at Molodoï
Events of the Crous and the University of Strasbourg
> 03 May: BOOST Workshop
In order to enhance your skills and exchange with professionals, meet at l'Escarpe at 6pm. Event proposed by the Crous de Strasbourg, the University Life Service and the Animafac association. Registration required and subject to availability
> 05 May: bicycle self-repair stand from 5pm to 7pm at the Cité U' Robertsau, open to all
> 9 et 10 May: The" Rencontre de toutes les danses" is an event that offers battles and demonstrations of dances from all horizons, followed by the dance final. Free event with registration here. At the Pokop, doors open at 7.40pm
And don't forget, the free student activity programme Vie de campus (on registration and within the limits of available places)
Cultural Action of University Service (SUAC)
> until 22 May : Supplementary Elements *
On the central and historic university campus, discover a journey of Arts/Science works that highlights the links between today's scientific advances and contemporary artistic expressions.
Find out more about the project here
An exhibition entitled "University collections seen by today's students" will take place at the MISHA from 13 June to 9 July
All your other must-see events in May
> 14-15 & 21-22 May: "Ateliers Ouverts" (Open workshops) from 2pm to 7pm
Event organised by the Association Accélérateur de particules, will allow you to see how artists evolve and create all this in different atmospheres, aperitifs, snacks, music, concerts....
> 13 May: Open Workshops opening 6pm to midnight
An opportunity to meet the 40 artists installed in the old fortifications of the City of Strasbourg: Open workshops until 10pm and in the courtyard of the ramparts until midnight: a mini-festival with a series of concerts, performances and foodtrucks. At Bastion 14, 1 rue du Rempart.
All the programme here
> 12 May: Concert by the Cuban music workshop of the Conservatoire's improvised music department followed by a salsa evening at the Blue Note Café - 7pm free entry
> 13 to 15 May: Harpes plurielles
Thanks to these 3 days, you will be able to get to know this instrument, still unknown to the public, and appreciate its melody. Opening concert on 13 May at 7pm
> 18 May: Jazz à la péniche à 20h30 at Péniche Mécanique
More infos here
> 2 to 8.30 pm and 15 May at 5 pm: The Ensemble Vocal Universitaire de Strasbourg with the Orphée chamber orchestra Concert completed by Haydn's Saint-Nicolas mass, a little gem sometimes humorous, sometimes very sensitive and embodied. At St Paul's Church in Strasbourg. Price of 6€ for students
> The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Strasbourg (ENSAS) is celebrating its 100th anniversary and is organising a series of events for the occasion until the summer of 2022.
> From 15 March to 7 July: exhibition L'école d'architecture de Strasbourg (1921-2021) : une douce modernité en Alsace at the Archives of the city and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg
> 16 May at 5.30 pm: conference Figures of architects of the Trentes Glorieuses: the Stoskopf generation by Gauthier Bolle at the Archives of the City and the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg
Appli Street Art Map Application : To find the works of the Colors artists that you missed last month, this app lists all the street art works in the city of Strasbourg and the Eurometropole
University of Strasbourg Science Garden
Meetings to better understand the war in Ukraine and the situation in Russia
> 4 May: "Informer en temps de guerre" (Reporting in wartime) Meetings with journalists from RFI, TF1 and specialists in war reporting. At 18:30, Salle Pasteur, Palais Universitaire
> 10 May: "What do the Russians know? Meeting with a Russian journalist in exile, the Director of Studies at the EHESS, the Director of the Centre for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies and a lecturer in Russian civilisation in the Slavic Studies Department at Unistra. At 6.30 pm, Amphitheatre 3, Le Patio
> 11 May: "Language and literature at the crossroads of nations: the case of Ukraine and Russia", Meeting with the Senior Lecturer in Russian literature at Unistra, temporary teaching and research associate at the Department of Slavic Studies at Unistra], and the reader at the Department of Slavic Studies at Unistra. At 5 pm, Amphitheatre 6, Le Patio
> 5 May: What alternatives to private property? Proposing a mode of governance that is more respectful of natural resources, and the idea of renewing the relationship with living beings by providing for new uses and protection requirements.
> 12 May: A Vosges observatory as an environmental sentinel The mid-mountain territories have undergone profound sociological and environmental changes over the last century. The OHGE is an environmental sentinel located on the Vosges massif (Aubure) which has been recording climatic, hydrological and geochemical variables since 1986. These data allow the development of numerous scientific projects: the impact of climate change, acid rain, forestry or pest attacks on these ecosystems. The conferences are free of charge: Full programme here
Planetarium of the Science Garden
There are also sessions at preferential rates for students. Programmation
Digital training and workshops
> 4, 11, 18 and 25 May: Digital assistance desk, to help you with all your dematerialised procedures from 2pm to 5pm
> 6 May: Indie Game Night: European Fantastic Film Festival in Strasbourg, East
Games and Le Shadok offer you the opportunity to meet developers and test the games that will be presented and give your opinion! 7pm-10.30pm
> 14 and 21 May: Wom X - Who wants to mix
A 100% female event (and more broadly a transgender and non-binary audience) to teach you the basics of DJing and create a track from scratch! 2h30 from 1pm to 3.30pm or 4pm to 6.30pm. A panel discussion (7pm - 8:30pm) and an open deck (8:30pm - 10:30pm) are offered.
The digital culture center is open to all users: teachers, researchers, administrators, students, but also to people outside the university community. Registration for training courses, workshops and other events is free for all
> The Digital Lab workshops: Workshops, advice, mutual aid through Collective Intelligence. Accessible to all through the use of free, low-cost or hijacked tools.
Find all the workshops here
> Throughout the month of May: le "Printemps de la donnée"
The DipSO (workshop for open science) is launching the first edition of the Printemps de la donnée (Springtime of data) to highlight the various local initiatives around data.
Internship and apprenticeship
Platform of the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg
The City & Eurometropole of Strasbourg are recruiting apprentices and trainees in various fields ranging from CAP to Bac + 5 level.
Feel free to consult the offers by typing "apprenticeship" or "internship" under the "Type of recruitment" tab to see all the offers.
For more information
Don't forget to make the most of the student rates :
Thanks to your student card, which is also your culture card, you can benefit from preferential rates in theatres, cinemas and access to festivals. You can also get free admission to museums all year round!
The annual Atout Voir card, worth €7, allows students from establishments not covered by the Carte Culture agreement and young people aged between 11 and 25 who are not students and who live or go to school in the Eurometropole to benefit from preferential rates for their cultural activities.
* This article is regularly updated with new information so that you don't miss out on anything that's happening in Strasbourg!