12h pour changer de regard
12am - 12am
In September 2015, the Museum of the History of Immigration went to action to change the image of migrants.
Under the incitative of Fleur Pellerin, the Minister of Culture and Communication, the museum encouraged debate around the question about migration, during workshops, films and visits in a place full of history.
« 12 hours to change impressions »became a highly symbolic event that covered two centuries of migration in France and offered a chance to understand the future of migration.
During this day, Quai 36 deployed 15 artists to create together a giant fresco that measured 37 meters long that expressed their visions on the migrant crisis and humanity.