FHEL: the place to be for contemporary art
The Hélène and Édouard Leclerc Fund for Culture
A rainy day is the perfect opportunity to see the exhibition of the moment at the FHEL! This major contemporary art center in Brittany, located in the heart of Landerneau, presents two major exhibitions each year, on the site of the former Capuchin convent. Tip: book your ticket to avoid the wait!
A free exhibition
The Rohan Gallery
Discover the exhibitions organized at the Galerie de Rohan, in the Saint-Thomas district. Throughout the year, several exhibitions by local and other contemporary artists are held on a 180 m² surface area, free of charge.
Artists and craftsmen
Visit artists' studios
Armed with your umbrella, take the time to stroll through the artists' quarter, rue Lafayette and rue de la Fontaine Blanche, to visit the workshops that give Landerneau its charm and reputation as an artistic town. A variety of disciplines and styles, unique skills and fascinating encounters are all on the agenda!
As good outside as inside!
Leave Landerneau for nearby Daoulas and its abbey. The building, dating from the 12th century, is as much worth a visit as the exhibitions it hosts: eclectic and open to the world, they are an invitation to discover and share.
A break in the weather? Take the opportunity to visit the abbey's magnificent gardens, dedicated to medicinal plants!
Relaxation break at the media library
On the banks of the River Élorn, come and browse the shelves and leaf through the pages of the Per Jakez Helias media library. Cafés debates and activities for young children are regularly organized.