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After three months of working remotely, La Manufacture gradually resumed its activities, in accordance with the principles laid down by the FOPH.
Following the easing of the measures against coronavirus announced by the Federal Council on 27 May, the University of Applied Sciences for the Performing Arts was able to reopen its doors on Monday 8 June.
Students, teachers and researchers have finally been able to return to the orange walls of The Manufacture and rediscover what is at the heart of the performing arts and their transmission: working together, in co-presence, face to face, with the simultaneous convocation of at least two living beings.
However, this reopening is taking place in a particular health and organisational context. In order to remain attentive to the protection of each individual and to the recommendations of the Federal Office of Public Health, the resumption of activities is framed by a protection plan which will apply until the end of the academic year. Study hours and the use of the premises are restricted, and reinforced cleaning and protection measures have been put in place.
The measures to regulate the new daily routine of The Manufacture are detailed in the protection plan below. We would be grateful if you could take note of it and implement it rigorously.
Frédéric Plazy, directeur de La Manufacture, sera le prochain Responsable du Domaine Musique et Arts de la scène de la HES-SO. Il succèdera à Philippe Dinkel à la tête de ce domaine qui compte plus de 1'200 étudiant-es répartis dans 3 hautes écoles.