The VILLAGE

WORKSHOPS – CONFERENCES – STANDS

The Village puts exchange and humanity back at the heart of the project, to talk about utopias but also to give ideas so that dreams can perhaps become reality.

And so, this year, the Village is evolving! You’ll be able to stroll along and discover the Allée des Utopies (Utopia Alley) featuring militant craftspeople working on a variety of themes (ecology, digital technology, social justice…). Discover artistic spaces for sound, visuals and handicrafts, a games area, a wellness dome, a circus arts corner and a conferences and a workshop area.

Let yourself be nourished by the richness of the Village, where the field of possibilities is open to you to learn, exchange, exercise, have fun and relax. 

*Beware, some workshops are limited in capacity and must be booked in advance at Accueil Village.
Open Thursday (2pm – 8pm), Friday and Saturday (10am – 8:30pm), Sunday (10am – 12pm).

CONFERENCES AREA

Since 2017, the festival has offered a conference area, where professionals, enthusiasts and the curious come to debate themes inherent to psychedelic culture and the values associated with it. This space, conducive to exchanges and encounters, raises public awareness of current and social issues: festival-goers are invited to take part in the debates and become festival players themselves.

thursday, August 24th

Presentation : 

The SPL, SPF, Keep Smiling and Techno + associations will be presenting best practices and tips for dealing with psychedelics upstream, to help reduce the risks associated with partying.

Speaker : Kali et Gaël of SPL, Romain of SPF, Keep Smiling and Techno +

Romain (SPF):

The French Psychedelic Society (SPF) is an association for scientific and cultural mediation on the subject of psychedelic substances. It is also a hub for students and researchers interested in interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as a friendly community for users in the spirit of responsibility and harm reduction.

 

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

The Giga Blind Test is a big 3-round blind test, preferably in teams, so bring your buddies and your ears

Speaker : Jean Feutre

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

https://www.instagram.com/jean_feutre/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RodbVVfz2Lo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAC3uZAxCUc

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

After the first edition of Hadra’s got talent organized by Tchaï A Out, we’re doing it again this year!!!! To start the festival off on the right foot, Tchaï A Out would like you to come and show off your best talent, without pressure and with a sense of humor, to make us dream! A jury of hand-picked professionals will give you the chance to win sumptuous, useful and silly prizes thanks to your outstanding performances.

Speaker : Tchaï A Out

Tchaï A Out is an association created in 2016 by a group of friends who simply wanted to put their bottoms down comfortably at festivals. That’s why we’re offering you the chance to simmer under our stretch tents, while you brown yourself on these cozy cushions and rugs. Sprinkle this mixture with chaï tea, coffee and cold drinks made with love. Sift the light and stir it all up with activities and blabber. This recipe can be enjoyed alone or with friends! Season with a sound system. Welcome to a relaxing feast.

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/tchaiaout

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Come and sing along! With little challenges for the more daring, all sprinkled with jokes and fun from the entertainers.

Speaker : Jean Feutre

The Jean Feutre return to Hadra more motivated than ever. They’ll be bringing you a farandole of games and quizzes that they’ll host with love, laughter and perspiration.

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

https://www.instagram.com/jean_feutre/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RodbVVfz2Lo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAC3uZAxCUc

Friday, August 25th

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

How can we live differently on Earth to adapt to future ecological and societal changes?

Speaker : Jabr’asso and Matthias of Papillon et la Tortue

Jabr’asso

Jabr’Asso has 7 different, interrelated objectives:

  1. Hosting activities thanks to woofing and word-of-mouth, Jabr’Asso is developing an international and intergenerational welcome within the “Jabrezad” self-managed hostel to promote exchange, popular education and reintegration.
  2. Participative renovation, eco-construction and agricultural workcamps using ancestral and traditional techniques, with a view to heritage maintenance, popular education and reintegration.
  3. International and intergenerational social links as part of a local system of exchange and mutual aid.
  4. Commercial activities, any profits from which will be reinjected into the smooth running of the association’s other activities (recycling and rental of equipment and services).
  5. Activities with the local community via volunteer work and partnerships to strengthen and the local associative fabric.
  6. Activities and participation in socio-cultural events.
  7. Administrative perpetuation of an installed collective activity that has actually been running since June 2016, establishing a framework and legal cover for goods and people.

Matthias

Having been involved in ecology since the age of 12, Matthias quickly became interested in understanding how to live differently on the earth in order to adapt to the changes to come. Following studies in the social and solidarity economy, he wanted to develop his agricultural skills through training in organic market gardening. In 2015, he began training in permaculture alongside his studies. His travels and experiences have led him to take part in several collective and eco-place experiments. Most recently, he spent over 6 months at the “Le Papillon et la Tortue” eco-place in the Tarn mountains. He went there to help people become self-sufficient in food. It was a rich experience. He then left for a season in organic market gardening to add to his experience and knowledge of agriculture.

Presentation : 

Women were pioneers of psychedelic research in the Occident. Yet, while the techniques they helped develop in the 1950s-1970s have been adopted today (under the term “set and setting”), their names have been erased from history. Moreover, many women committed to psychiatric hospitals have been choice laboratory subjects for doctors wishing to assess the therapeutic value of these substances. A history of the medical use of psychedelics in the West is therefore also a way of looking back at these forgotten experiences, which are essential to understanding the current issues surrounding therapies assisted by these sulphurous products.

Speaker : Zoë Dubus 

Zoë Dubus has a doctorate in the history of medicine and specializes in the history of psychotropic drugs. She helped found the French Psychedelic Society in 2017 and has published numerous articles on the medical use of “narcotics”. In September 2023, she will begin a post-doctorate in Canada to study the methodological innovations proposed by women therapists using LSD in the 1950s-1970s.

Links :

www.dubuszoe.wordpress.com 

https://societepsychedelique.fr/fr 

https://www.youtube.com/live/byWcX6GZmr4?feature=share

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

We’re throwing acoustics at your sweet eardrums: a selection of thematic texts enveloped by a multi-instrumentalist.

Texture is a journey in sound. Texture is reading. It’s music. It’s acoustics. Texture was born the day after a party. It’s soft and itchy.

Speaker : Clem et Léa Ca

Clem :

A multi-instrumentalist with a background as an apprentice manager in the political world, he unearths sonic treasures thanks to his use of exotic-tinged instruments.

Léa Ca :

She’s been honing her voice since her freshman year, got the word ‘chatty’ on her entire school report card, then trained for better coils on the radio and as a guide (not spiritual no). And when she has a topic on her mind, she likes to share it.

 

Presentation : 

The conference will cover

– The place of the subconscious and dreams in the history of psychedelic art

– Randomness in psychedelic music

– The place of the subconscious and the random in psychedelic plastic art

– The place of randomness in digital art and psychedelic VJing

– Q&A session

Speaker : Radio Le Triangle

Link : 

https://radio-letriangle.com/

*Translated into French Sign Language

Presentation :

Ayahuasca is a DMT-containing beverage used by many Amazonian communities. Considered visionary, psychedelic, medicinal or entheogenic, it has spread beyond its native forest to research laboratories.

Starting with ethnographic surveys conducted in South America and France, followed by pre-clinical tests, we’ll look at the effects of ayahuasca, DMT and 5-MeO-DMT, then discuss possible therapeutic applications.

Original data will be presented, gathered by the speaker during his thesis in psychopharmacology and his dissertation in anthropology.

Speaker : Romain Hacquet

Romain Hacquet is a pharmacist and anthropologist. He is currently working on a thesis in psychopharmacology on the influence of set & setting on the therapeutic effects of DMT and 5-MeO-DMT. He has been a member of several harm reduction associations and is currently a board member of the French Psychedelic Society.

Presentation :

Our project has finally seen the light of day, and you festival-goers will have the chance to preview it in the conference area! This documentary retraces the origins and history of Hadra with the poignant narration of our director Timothée Fournol. You’ll find archive footage from Lans en Vercors, behind-the-scenes footage, the origins of psytrance, Hadra’s key values…

Kids Friendly

Presentation : 

The Jean Feutre have put together a concert and a drawing quiz in 3 rounds:

Round 1: Badly drawn film scenes

Round 2: Visual word games

Round 3: “Kikia under my kaleidoscope?”

Speaker : Jean Feutre

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

https://www.instagram.com/jean_feutre/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RodbVVfz2Lo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAC3uZAxCUc

 

Saturday, august 26th

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

More and more Internet users are suspicious of the way giants such as Meta, Google, Twitter or Microsoft exploit personal data and/or monetize their platforms, and are therefore turning to alternative social networks. Let’s find out how the main decentralized social networks work (Mastodon, PeerTube, Mobilizon, Pixelfeld, Funkwhale).

Speaker : Angie de Framasoft

Link :

https://framasoft.org/fr/

 

Presentation :

Why do we say “free software”? What is it free of? Who makes it free? Can it liberate us in turn? After an introduction to the question, we’ll deal with the following topics, in the order requested by the participants:

– the beginnings of computing and free software, with the counter-culture

– cultural aspects, with free art and the contributive approach

– activist aspects, with how free software can support other struggles and restore power over digital trajectories

Speaker : Bertille de Picasoft

Link :

https://picasoft.net/

Presentation :

Artists from the chill-out scene come together for a round-table discussion. Interact, chat, chill and learn with them.

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

We’re throwing acoustics at your sweet eardrums: a selection of thematic texts enveloped by a multi-instrumentalist.

Texture is a journey in sound. Texture is reading. It’s music. It’s acoustics. Texture was born the day after a party. It’s soft and itchy.

Speaker : Clem et Léa Ca

Clem :

A multi-instrumentalist with a background as an apprentice manager in the political world, he unearths sonic treasures thanks to his use of exotic-tinged instruments.

Léa Ca :

She’s been honing her voice since her freshman year, got the word ‘chatty’ on her entire school report card, then trained for better coils on the radio and as a guide (not spiritual no). And when she has a topic on her mind, she likes to share it.

 

*Translated into French Sign Language

Presentation :

Surveillance systems are on the increase in many cities. However, the surveillance of public spaces raises a number of questions, whether in terms of privacy, respect for human rights or the exercise of citizenship. What’s more, cities are regularly equipped with surveillance technologies in defiance of public procurement rules, or even in direct opposition to the relevant legislation. The use of drones, for example, or algorithmic video surveillance, is at best a grey area. Since 2019, the “Quadrature du Net” has been listing these illegal surveillance initiatives on the Technopolice website. This conference proposes to take stock of surveillance in cities, and the means of resistance.

Speaker : Nono de La Quadrature du Net

Link :

https://www.laquadrature.net/

Presentation :

So-called “male” contraception is not widely known or promoted, and is therefore only used by a small proportion of the population. Why should contraception be reserved for people with “feminine” attributes?

That’s why the “Les Amourettes”collective will be presenting you with books and references on testicular contraception, jockstraps and contraceptive rings, discussion time for interested parties and references to existing collectives in France.

Speaker : Les Amourettes

Links :

https://www.instagram.com/collectiflesamourettes/

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100082162924477

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

The “Mega Blind Test” is a participatory blind test made up of recordings made by festival-goers. These recordings were collected every day of the festival, and it’s the festival-goers who sing their favorite songs with a few audio effects.

Speaker : Jean Feutre

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/jeanfeutrelivepainting

https://www.instagram.com/jean_feutre/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RodbVVfz2Lo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAC3uZAxCUc

Sunday, august 27th

Presentation : 

Integrative and complementary medicine. What lies behind these terms? What reality(s) do they correspond to? What future(s) do they offer? Widely acclaimed by the public, these multi-benefit approaches also present a number of risks. We’ll discuss the difficulties they pose, and explore their benefits in a healthcare system that needs to be rethought.

Speaker : Valentin Paran

Public health physician, trained in traditional Chinese medicine and doctoral student at Grenoble Alpes University. He have been exploring complementary approaches for 15 years. Having led several projects involving such approaches in hospital and scientific settings, he’s currently coordinating the creation of a new integrative medicine care offering in the Sud Isère region.

*Translated into French Sign Language                                                                          Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Part 1 – Fiction

Reflection and construction of a story around a dream, that of the new world as we imagine it today, as we’d like it to become. A free rein for utopianism, an invitation to imagine an ideal world together, an optimistic projection of what tomorrow might hold.

Part 2 – The Present

How do I move towards this ideal in my activities and life choices, and what actions do I take to change the environment around me, so that I can flourish? Testimonials from people with different activities and life choices, who in the present are already building the world they need.

Speakers : Soudicy et Karton Blanc

This conference is organized by Soudicy, a local Allier currency, and Karton Blanc, a soundsystem association based in the Bocage Bourbonnais.

Links :

http://www.lesoudicy.fr

http://www.facebook.com/karton.blanc

 

*Some conferences will be translated into French Sign Language.

Worshops area

Several areas of the festival feature workshops : free and open to all, they offer a wide range of introductory and awareness-raising activities around the central themes of the Hadra Trance Festival. These workshops have become a key element of the festival, inviting participants to exchange ideas, invent and collaborate, with the aim of approaching the festival from a different angle.

*Please note that some workshops are limited in capacity and must be booked in advance at Accueil Village.
Open Thursday (02:00 PM – 08:00 PM), Friday and Saturday (10:00 AM – 8:30 PM), Sunday (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM).

Workshop during all the festival | Collective Writing – The Hadra tale

Join us at the Tchaï A Out stand to mark history. By day, the theme of the tale will be utopian, and by night it will be dreamlike. So let’s get writing festival-goers!

Thursday, august 24th

Capacity : 8 people                                                                                          From Ages 12 and Up

Presentation : 

Day Dream is an interactive board game that invites you on an inner journey in the form of a waking dream / guided meditation. Each session lasts around 1 hour, with 8 participants. It’s a dreamlike game that helps develop creativity and creates bonds between festival-goers. There will be 4 1-hour workshops.

Speaker : Caroline Launay

A great dreamer and idealist, she travels around sharing her passions : creating dreams and complicity between human beings through dance, games and costume design.

Capacity : 8 people                                                                                          From Ages 12 and Up

Presentation : 

Day Dream is an interactive board game that invites you on an inner journey in the form of a waking dream / guided meditation. Each session lasts around 1 hour, with 8 participants. It’s a dreamlike game that helps develop creativity and creates bonds between festival-goers. There will be 4 1-hour workshops.

Speaker : Caroline Launay

A great dreamer and idealist, she travels around sharing her passions : creating dreams and complicity between human beings through dance, games and costume design.

Capacity : 10 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Discovery workshop including a presentation of tools and techniques, demonstration of paint applications, followed by the creation of a work of art by each participant. (Participants can come back on Saturday morning to pick up their work if they wish).

Speaker : L’atelier qui fait peur aux chiens

Link :

https://www.facebook.com/atelier.qui.fait.peur.aux.chiens

Capacity : 10 / 12 people

Presentation :

Come and learn the basics of wild basketry during a 2-hour workshop with the Petit Peuple du Bocage team, who will guide you in the creation of an original and unique natural object. Various objects and materials are available to help you create a work of art, useful or not, and open your eyes to a world of nature you never knew existed…

Speaker : Le Petit Peuple du Bocage

Le Petit Peuple du Bocage is an association that works to protect the environment through activities. Located in the north-west of the Allier region, they have set up an educational campsite and biodiversity discovery trails, and regularly organize workcamps, training courses and cultural events.

Their aim is to reconcile human activities and biodiversity by offering a space for experimentation, sharing and conviviality for young and old alike.

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/lepetitpeupledubocage/

https://www.instagram.com/lepetitpeupledubocage/

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Liyah will be delighted to share her knowledge of Rope Dart, Poi, as well as Hoop (beginner level) and Staff (beginner level). Bubule will be delighted to introduce you to almost all the apparatus except Kendama.

Speaker : Liyah and Bubule

Liyah has been practising Flow art for several years now. At her own pace, she has learned to dance with her apparatus to music that speaks to her heart. Her style is deliberately simple and accessible, to please herself. Bubule is passionate about juggling and passing on knowledge.

Capacity : 15 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Feel like twirling around the festival? Come and create your own multicolored tutu to bring a little dream and color to the dancefloor.

Speaker : Tchaï A Out 

Tchaï A Out is an association created in 2016 by a group of friends who simply wanted to put their bottoms down comfortably at festivals. That’s why we’re offering you the chance to simmer under our stretch tents, as we brown you on our cozy cushions and carpets. Sprinkle this mixture with chai tea, coffee and cold drinks made with love. Sift the light and stir it all up with activities and blablateries. This recipe can be enjoyed on its own or with friends! Season with a sound system. Welcome to a relaxing feast.

Link : 

https://www.facebook.com/tchaiaout

Friday, august 25th

Capacity : 20 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Wild plants are like companions in life, helping us to regain our independence and resilience. Edouard invites you to join him at the info point for a fun, sensory stroll, during which you’ll learn to recognize some of them, and explore their gastronomic uses and medicinal virtues.

Speaker : Edouard Bal

Travel, sharing and wild plants. It’s a way of life in contact with living things in the broadest sense that motivate Edouard, and even more so after two years spent marvelling at New Zealand’s vast wilderness. A former journalist and author of travel guides, this Savoyard in love with his mountains decided to reorient himself towards fields close to nature, and took a three-year course in ethnobotany. A complicated word simply designating the relationships between plants and humans. Gastronomic, in particular! Today, from his adopted Finistère region, Edouard teaches wild plants, inland or on the coast, from stinging nettles to nori seaweed. Yum yum!

Link :

http://www.cueilleurdestran.com

Capacity : 20 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Come and create dotted mandalas with recycled and natural utensils (wood, cork, caps…). Get back in touch with your creative side, let go of your mind and live fully in the present moment during this workshop.

Speaker : Lisa

Passionate about DIY, nature, exchange and sharing. Lisa wants to return to a simpler way of life, to learn how to do things ourselves with our hands.

Link :

https://www.instagram.com/fleurencorps/

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Liyah will be delighted to share her knowledge of Rope Dart, Poi, as well as Hoop (beginner level) and Staff (beginner level). Bubule will be delighted to introduce you to almost all the apparatus except Kendama.

Speaker : Liyah and Bubule

Liyah has been practising Flow art for several years now. At her own pace, she has learned to dance with her apparatus to music that speaks to her heart. Her style is deliberately simple and accessible, to please herself. Bubule is passionate about juggling and passing on knowledge.

A session every 20 / 30 minutes                                                                                   Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Introductory workshop, discovery and opening up to stone-cutting. Come directly to the stand without registering, and we’ll assess the number of participants as we go along.

A stone will be available at the workshop for collaborative work throughout the festival.

Speaker : L’atelier qui fait peur aux chiens

Link :

https://www.facebook.com/atelier.qui.fait.peur.aux.chiens

Capacity : 4 people

Presentation : 

Scratch is a DJing technique that involves manually altering the speed at which a vinyl record is played, resulting in special sound effects such as sonic squiggles.

Speaker : Universitek 

Since December 2017, the Universitek associative project has been raising awareness of electronic music culture through training courses and promoting the current scene. Since June 2020, the Universitek project has materialized in the form of an e-learning platform dedicated to electronic music and open to all.

Links :

http://www.universitek.com

https://www.facebook.com/universitek.elearning

https://www.instagram.com/universitek_/

Kids Friendly

Presentation : 

Come and make music … with your hands!

With this dynamic duo, you’ll discover how to easily create music using simple sign language, with no singing or music theory prerequisites. With your voice, but not only, your body will also be at your disposal, in short, the essentials for having fun and creating together.

Improvisation is the key word: you’ve no idea what you’re going to create? Good thing they don’t either!

Speaker : Jerm

Jerm is a collective born of a shared desire : to raise awareness of vocal and rhythmic improvisation as a tool for self-fulfillment and reconnection. Created in 2019, it is made up of two people: Marc, drummer and electronic composer, and Jessalynn, vocal technique and improvised singing teacher.

Links :

https://jessalynn.fr/

https://marc-charton.fr/

https://www.facebook.com/jermateliers

Capacity : 20 people

Presentation :

How is wealth created through our eco-citizen experience? By accumulation/destruction or by valorization? Individually or collectively? As we move through the rainbow of our Oïkoslogos game, torn between primary and secondary colors, we’ll play our life gains in teams.

Speaker : Michel of Soudicy

Soudicy’s presence at the festival, as Allier’s local currency, aims to experiment with local and “ethical” exchanges. La Loco is a space dedicated to Soudicy (the name of the local currency), where these coupons can be exchanged and used to purchase products and services from the professionals and associations present at La Loco. A carbon footprint close to zero, and an approach designed to free the monetary circuit from purely speculative financial capture, are the two core values defended by soudicy. Come and see them… at La Loco motive!!!!

Capicity : 2 people per session                                                                  Sessions every 30 minutes

Presentation :

Does watching artists perform inspire you? Come and master the turntables during the festival! TranceMission is organizing a discovery (or rediscovery) workshop on mixing and electronic music, with an introductory DJing stand run by Arkeya and Adam Giggster. You’ll be able to learn the basics of mixing and make your first transitions, all on professional equipment.

Speakers : Arkeya and Adam Giggster

Arkeya :

An enthusiast of electronic music and psytrance culture for almost 10 years, Arkeya went over to the dark side of the turntables after taking part in several training workshops organized by Trancemission. Having cut her teeth with the Sister Act program, Arkeya continues to develop her musical project, accompanied by Hadra Trancemission.

A chameleon of psychedelic music, Arkeya sails through explosive DJ sets mixing progressive and psytrance, in constant search of colorful, rhythmic and punchy sounds.

Adam Giggster :

Freshly arrived from Normandy, Adam Giggster discovered DJing at the same time as English bass music (DnB, UK garage / bassline). As a young rookie with the Bass Jump Krew, he fell into this world and developed a passion for the sound as a whole. Since then, he’s been keen to learn more about the subject and pass on his knowledge, always with the same objective in mind: to get the Reeses puffing all the way to Bristol!

Links :

https://on.soundcloud.com/vjh9V

https://soundcloud.com/arkeya_psy

Kids Friendly

Capacity : 6 people per session                                                    One session every 1 hour and half

Presentation : 

During a dreamlike stroll around the festival grounds, festival-goers are invited to contemplate the sounds of the site, and to question our relationship with living things through the prism of sound, from both an artistic (field-recording) and a scientific (bioacoustic) perspective. Equipped with sound amplifiers, electromagnetic sensors and headphones, the group explores the site’s wealth of sounds, from the working ant to the song of the wind. Don’t miss the chance to discover all these marvels, so meet up at the info point where the tour starts.

Speaker : Le Séquenceur

Le Séquenceur is a Lyon-based association created in 2016 by audio and music technology enthusiasts.

They lead a community of inventors, tinkerers and artists passionate about sound and music, and organize convivial events, meetings, roundtables and workshops where members can exchange, learn and meet future collaborators. Le Séquenceur is dedicated to accessibility and musical creation, supported by a community of artists and inventors.

Their aim is to pass on their passion in innovative and entertaining ways, and to reach out to audiences far removed from sound and music creation. Their mediation activity requires new means that they conceive and invent within the community.

Links :

https://www.lesequenceur.fr

https://www.instagram.com/lesequenceur

https://www.facebook.com/lesequenceur

Capacity : 15 people

Presentation :

For these talking circles, we invite everyone to share their relationship and/or experience with psychedelics, in a safe environment of non-judgment and sympathetic listening. A charter explaining the rules of the circle will be presented to participants at the start of the circles.

Circles will begin with an anchoring ritual, followed by discussion. We will limit the number of participants to around 15 per session, to allow everyone to express themselves and be heard. Registration at the Société Psychédélique de Lyon stand.

Speaker : Psychedelic Society of Lyon

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/societepsychelyon

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAzZm6oLLA99S85be8tA9bQ

Capacity : 8 people                                                                                          From Ages 12 and Up

Presentation : 

Day Dream is an interactive board game that invites you on an inner journey in the form of a waking dream / guided meditation. Each session lasts around 1 hour, with 8 participants. It’s a dreamlike game that helps develop creativity and creates bonds between festival-goers. There will be 4 1-hour workshops.

Speaker : Caroline Launay

A great dreamer and idealist, she travels around sharing her passions : creating dreams and complicity between human beings through dance, games and costume design.

Capacity : 8 people                                                                                          From Ages 12 and Up

Presentation : 

Day Dream is an interactive board game that invites you on an inner journey in the form of a waking dream / guided meditation. Each session lasts around 1 hour, with 8 participants. It’s a dreamlike game that helps develop creativity and creates bonds between festival-goers. There will be 4 1-hour workshops.

Speaker : Caroline Launay

A great dreamer and idealist, she travels around sharing her passions : creating dreams and complicity between human beings through dance, games and costume design.

Capacity : 20 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Would you like to take action for the climate, but don’t have the time to become a climatologist?

The Climate Fresco is a collaborative, fun and scientific workshop that enables everyone to understand the issues surrounding climate change. Link the 42 cards of the game to learn and understand, then illustrate and share your emotions and individual and collective courses of action.

Speaker : Maryse Brossat

Allier referent for the “La Fresque du Climat” association. Facilitator since 2020 and trainer since 2023.

Links :

https://fresqueduclimat.org/

https://www.facebook.com/la.fresque.du.climat/

https://www.instagram.com/fresque_du_climat_auvergne/

Capacity : 3 people per initiation                                                        One session every 45 minutes

Presentation :

At the Sound Explorer space, you’ll find three workshops to discover the different ways and means of composing electronic and other types of music. Each initiation workshop lasts 45 minutes:

– Computer-assisted music on Ableton software.

– Sound synthesis on hardware machines.

– Sampling on hardware machines.

Speaker : Arturia

Link :

https://www.arturia.com/

Saturday, august 26th

Capacity : 15 people

Presentation :

Through prolonged olfaction of an essential oil, we come into contact with the being of the plant from which it comes.

We then perceive both the plant’s physical and emotional properties. And we’re not immune to receiving a message, precise images and so many other surprises. After a few explanations, we’ll all go into meditation together for 40 minutes, then share what we’ve perceived, to understand how the plant works. Emotion guaranteed!

Speaker : Ludivine Buchin

Ludivine trained for 11 years with Christian Escriva, researcher and writer on the sensory approach to essential oils. She runs internships with professional distillers and workshops in Bourbon l’Archambault.

Link :

https://www.lasavonneriebourbonnaise.fr/

Capacity : 20 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Wild plants are like companions in life, helping us to regain our independence and resilience. Edouard invites you to join him at the info point for a fun, sensory stroll, during which you’ll learn to recognize some of them, and explore their gastronomic uses and medicinal virtues.

Speaker : Edouard Bal

Travel, sharing and wild plants. It’s a way of life in contact with living things in the broadest sense that motivate Edouard, and even more so after two years spent marvelling at New Zealand’s vast wilderness. A former journalist and author of travel guides, this Savoyard in love with his mountains decided to reorient himself towards fields close to nature, and took a three-year course in ethnobotany. A complicated word simply designating the relationships between plants and humans. Gastronomic, in particular! Today, from his adopted Finistère region, Edouard teaches wild plants, inland or on the coast, from stinging nettles to nori seaweed. Yum yum!

Link :

http://www.cueilleurdestran.com

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Liyah will be delighted to share her knowledge of Rope Dart, Poi, as well as Hoop (beginner level) and Staff (beginner level). Bubule will be delighted to introduce you to almost all the apparatus except Kendama.

Speaker : Liyah and Bubule

Liyah has been practising Flow art for several years now. At her own pace, she has learned to dance with her apparatus to music that speaks to her heart. Her style is deliberately simple and accessible, to please herself. Bubule is passionate about juggling and passing on knowledge.

Jauge : 20 personnes

Présentation :

Les collectifs militants écologistes ANV-COP21 et Extinction Rebellion vous proposent une formation contenant les notions fondamentales permettant de participer à une action non violente de désobéissance civile. Cet atelier traitera des rôles en action DCNV, les aspects juridiques et les techniques de blocage.

Intervenant.e : XR et Alternatiba

Notre stratégie est d’utiliser la désobéissance civile non violente (DCNV) de masse exposée à la vue de tou⋅te⋅s pour ébranler le système économique et sensibiliser l’opinion publique. Par ce biais là, nous voulons forcer le système politique à changer et à agir, et c’est pour cette raison que nous sommes là aujourd’hui.

XR :

Créé en 2018 au Royaume-Uni, Extinction Rebellion (XR) est un mouvement écologique international qui recourt à la DCNV pour lutter contre l’inaction climatique, la 6ème extinction de masse, et pour minimiser le risque d’effondrement social.

Alternatiba :

Alternatiba / ANV-COP21 est un mouvement citoyen né en 2013 au Pays Basque. Iels militent pour le climat et la justice sociale en encourageant un changement radical de système. Iels veulent une société juste, basée sur des valeurs de solidarité, de coopération, de respect et sur une culture de la non-violence.

Liens :

https://alternatiba.eu/

https://www.instagram.com/alternatiba_/

https://anv-cop21.org/

https://extinctionrebellion.fr/

https://www.instagram.com/extinctionrebellion/

Capacity : 4 people

Presentation : 

Scratch is a DJing technique that involves manually altering the speed at which a vinyl record is played, resulting in special sound effects such as sonic squiggles.

Speaker : Universitek 

Since December 2017, the Universitek associative project has been raising awareness of electronic music culture through training courses and promoting the current scene. Since June 2020, the Universitek project has materialized in the form of an e-learning platform dedicated to electronic music and open to all.

Links :

http://www.universitek.com

https://www.facebook.com/universitek.elearning

https://www.instagram.com/universitek_/

Kids Friendly

Presentation : 

Come and make music … with your hands!

With this dynamic duo, you’ll discover how to easily create music using simple sign language, with no singing or music theory prerequisites. With your voice, but not only, your body will also be at your disposal, in short, the essentials for having fun and creating together.

Improvisation is the key word: you’ve no idea what you’re going to create? Good thing they don’t either!

Speaker : Jerm

Jerm is a collective born of a shared desire : to raise awareness of vocal and rhythmic improvisation as a tool for self-fulfillment and reconnection. Created in 2019, it is made up of two people: Marc, drummer and electronic composer, and Jessalynn, vocal technique and improvised singing teacher.

Links :

https://jessalynn.fr/

https://marc-charton.fr/

https://www.facebook.com/jermateliers

Presentation :

Agriculture was born around 12,000 years ago. That was yesterday, on the scale of our species. So would it still be possible, or even desirable, to return to an exclusively wild diet? What would be the benefits or problems associated with this choice?

Speaker : Edouard Bal

Edouard Bal has been a botanical gatherer and organizer since 2017. Trained at François Couplan’s Collège Pratique d’Ethnobotanique, Christophe de Hody’s Chemin de la Nature, and on algae with Régine Quéva, I propose outings around the plant and fungal world, particularly on the Breton coast, where wild plants, algae and even mushrooms delight us throughout the year.

He organizes wild plant gatherings in various parts of France, notably along the coast between Finistère and Côtes d’Armor. The aim of his outings is to teach you about ten of them, so that you can find your own way around on the foreshore and in your kitchen.

Link :

http://www.cueilleurdestran.com

Kids Friendly

Capacity : 6 people per session                                                    One session every 1 hour and half

Presentation : 

During a dreamlike stroll around the festival grounds, festival-goers are invited to contemplate the sounds of the site, and to question our relationship with living things through the prism of sound, from both an artistic (field-recording) and a scientific (bioacoustic) perspective. Equipped with sound amplifiers, electromagnetic sensors and headphones, the group explores the site’s wealth of sounds, from the working ant to the song of the wind. Don’t miss the chance to discover all these marvels, so meet up at the info point where the tour starts.

Speaker : Le Séquenceur

Le Séquenceur is a Lyon-based association created in 2016 by audio and music technology enthusiasts.

They lead a community of inventors, tinkerers and artists passionate about sound and music, and organize convivial events, meetings, roundtables and workshops where members can exchange, learn and meet future collaborators. Le Séquenceur is dedicated to accessibility and musical creation, supported by a community of artists and inventors.

Their aim is to pass on their passion in innovative and entertaining ways, and to reach out to audiences far removed from sound and music creation. Their mediation activity requires new means that they conceive and invent within the community.

Links :

https://www.lesequenceur.fr

https://www.instagram.com/lesequenceur

https://www.facebook.com/lesequenceur

https://www.facebook.com/lesequenceur

Capicity : 2 people per session                                                                  Sessions every 30 minutes

Presentation :

Does watching artists perform inspire you? Come and master the turntables during the festival! TranceMission is organizing a discovery (or rediscovery) workshop on mixing and electronic music, with an introductory DJing stand run by Arkeya and Adam Giggster. You’ll be able to learn the basics of mixing and make your first transitions, all on professional equipment.

Speakers : Arkeya and Adam Giggster

Arkeya :

An enthusiast of electronic music and psytrance culture for almost 10 years, Arkeya went over to the dark side of the turntables after taking part in several training workshops organized by Trancemission. Having cut her teeth with the Sister Act program, Arkeya continues to develop her musical project, accompanied by Hadra Trancemission.

A chameleon of psychedelic music, Arkeya sails through explosive DJ sets mixing progressive and psytrance, in constant search of colorful, rhythmic and punchy sounds.

Adam Giggster :

Freshly arrived from Normandy, Adam Giggster discovered DJing at the same time as English bass music (DnB, UK garage / bassline). As a young rookie with the Bass Jump Krew, he fell into this world and developed a passion for the sound as a whole. Since then, he’s been keen to learn more about the subject and pass on his knowledge, always with the same objective in mind: to get the Reeses puffing all the way to Bristol!

Links :

https://on.soundcloud.com/vjh9V

https://soundcloud.com/arkeya_psy

Capacity : 15 people

Presentation :

For these talking circles, we invite everyone to share their relationship and/or experience with psychedelics, in a safe environment of non-judgment and sympathetic listening. A charter explaining the rules of the circle will be presented to participants at the start of the circles.

Circles will begin with an anchoring ritual, followed by discussion. We will limit the number of participants to around 15 per session, to allow everyone to express themselves and be heard. Registration at the Société Psychédélique de Lyon stand.

Speaker : Psychedelic Society of Lyon

Links :

https://www.facebook.com/societepsychelyon

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAzZm6oLLA99S85be8tA9bQ

Capacity : 20 people                                                                                                     Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Come and create dotted mandalas with recycled and natural utensils (wood, cork, caps…). Get back in touch with your creative side, let go of your mind and live fully in the present moment during this workshop.

Speaker : Lisa

Passionate about DIY, nature, exchange and sharing. Lisa wants to return to a simpler way of life, to learn how to do things ourselves with our hands.

Link :

https://www.instagram.com/fleurencorps/

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Come and express yourself freely in painting, a team is here to support you! Individual creations and collective frescoes.

For kids, but adult friendly!

Speaker : Atelier qui fait peur aux chiens

Link :

https://www.facebook.com/atelier.qui.fait.peur.aux.chiens

Presentation :

Abundant, often delicious and far more nutritious than their cultivated counterparts, wild plants have been forgotten for centuries. There are many reasons for this, let’s discuss them together!

Speaker : Edouard Bal

Travel, sharing and wild plants. It’s a way of life in contact with living things in the broadest sense, that’s what drives Edouard, even more so after two years spent marvelling at the great wild spaces of New Zealand. A former journalist and author of travel guides, this Savoyard in love with his mountains decided to reorient himself towards fields close to nature, and took a three-year course in ethnobotany. A complicated word simply designating the relationships between plants and humans. Gastronomic, in particular! Today, from his adopted Finistère region, Edouard teaches wild plants, inland or on the coast, from stinging nettles to nori seaweed. Yum yum!

Link :

http://www.cueilleurdestran.com

Capacity : 20 / 30 people

Presentation :

Theatrical scenarios of non-violent civil disobedience.

Speakers : XR and Alternatiba

Our strategy is to use mass non-violent civil disobedience (NVCD) on display for all to shake up the economic system and raise public awareness. In this way, we want to force the political system to change and act, and that’s why we’re here today.

XR :

Founded in 2018 in the UK, Extinction Rebellion (XR) is an international ecological movement that uses NVCD to combat climate inaction, the 6th mass extinction, and to minimize the risk of social collapse.

Alternatiba :

Alternatiba / ANV-COP21 is a citizens’ movement born in 2013 in the Basque Country. They campaign for climate and social justice by encouraging a radical change of system. They want a just society, based on values of solidarity, cooperation, respect and a culture of non-violence.

Links :

https://alternatiba.eu/

https://www.instagram.com/alternatiba_/

https://anv-cop21.org/

https://extinctionrebellion.fr/

https://www.instagram.com/extinctionrebellion/

Capacity : 8 people

Presentation :

This is a workshop in which we invite you to put yourself in the shoes of a person with a visual, motor or hearing disability (not all three at the same time!).

You’ll be able to experiment with the difficulties encountered by each disability in getting around the festival site. Afterwards, we’ll be able to discuss your feelings, take stock of existing accessibility services and objects, and remake the world with what should be done for this audience.

Speaker : Access’Sensi of AMAAC

Capacity : 3 people per initiation                                                        One session every 45 minutes

Presentation :

At the Sound Explorer space, you’ll find three workshops to discover the different ways and means of composing electronic and other types of music. Each initiation workshop lasts 45 minutes:

– Computer-assisted music on Ableton software.

– Sound synthesis on hardware machines.

– Sampling on hardware machines.

Speaker : Arturia

Link :

https://www.arturia.com/

Sunday, august 27th

Presentation :

What are emotions? Why do they arise, and what use do they serve? How can we use them to better understand ourselves and others? How can we manage them through mindfulness practices?

Link body-mind-environment, a humanistic and realistic philosophy for evolving together towards greater balance.

Speaker : Christine Duvernois

The complexity of human relationships has challenged and mobilized Christine Duvernois since childhood. After years of working in communications, she became a psychotherapist, through extensive studies that explore the simultaneous links between mind, body and emotions, as well as the relationship with the Other and the environment, all in constant motion.

Link :

http://www.atrait.com

Kids Friendly

Presentation :

Liyah will be delighted to share her knowledge of Rope Dart, Poi, as well as Hoop (beginner level) and Staff (beginner level). Bubule will be delighted to introduce you to almost all the apparatus except Kendama.

Speaker : Liyah and Bubule

Liyah has been practising Flow art for several years now. At her own pace, she has learned to dance with her apparatus to music that speaks to her heart. Her style is deliberately simple and accessible, to please herself. Bubule is passionate about juggling and passing on knowledge.

Capacity : 8 people

Presentation :

This is a workshop in which we invite you to put yourself in the shoes of a person with a visual, motor or hearing disability (not all three at the same time!).

You’ll be able to experiment with the difficulties encountered by each disability in getting around the festival site. Afterwards, we’ll be able to discuss your feelings, take stock of existing accessibility services and objects, and remake the world with what should be done for this audience.

Speaker : Access’Sensi of AMAAC

Presentation :

Alone or in a team, come and create a slam or a poem about your dream world. Under the expert guidance of a slam artist, turn your ideas of transition into a work of art.

Speaker : Tchaï A Out

Tchaï A Out is an association created in 2016 by a group of friends who simply wanted to put their bottoms down comfortably at festivals. That’s why we’re offering you the chance to simmer under our stretch tents, as we brown you on these cozy cushions and rugs. Sprinkle this mixture with chai tea, coffee and cold drinks made with love. Sift the light and stir it all up with activities and blablateries. This recipe can be enjoyed on its own or with friends! Season with a sound system. Welcome to a relaxing feast.

Link : 

https://www.facebook.com/tchaiaout