Assist Sèvres in the pursuit of ambitious projects
Exhibitions at the National Ceramics Museum present both historic heritage and contemporary creation.
Educational programmes at the National Ceramics Museum and Manufactory allow students and youth to discover arts and crafts while exploring the museum’s collections.
The acquisition of new emblematic works by the National Ceramics Museum contributes to the museum’s international renown and influence.
Artist's residencies: numerous contemporary artists reside and work at the Manufacture, pursuing one-of-a-kind projects.
Transmitting skills and expertise and training artisans and craftsmen: help preserve the priceless ancestral know-how of the Manufacture de Sèvres.
Important renovation projects: Le Magot, the storage space housing Sèvres’ historic moulds, is currently being renovated, so as to preserve and present these precious objects in the best possible conditions.
Exceptional events: Sèvres organizes and hosts unique events, such as the firing of porcelain works within its 19th-century wood-burning kilns.