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Our restaurant is temporarily closed for renovation, but a coffee corner awaits you on the ground floor!

Oeuvre Yanze Jiang
Boris Dunand, Musée Ariana


Dance the words

Saturday November 5 at 4 p.m. and Sunday November 6 at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m., bodies and words will mingle in an artistic performance that rubs shoulders with the theme of the Migration(s) exhibition.


Discover the current and upcoming exhibitions

Photo de l'oeuvre "Boat", Michael Flynn


September 13, 2022 - March 19, 2023

Between transfer of know-how, transhumance and multiculturalism, clay brings people together and transgresses borders.

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Vase à vin


September 13, 2022 - March 19, 2023
50 Years of Donations

From the 1960s to the present day, the Ariana Museum, the cradle of the AIC, has received nearly 600 donations from member artists.

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Photo de Prague, 1962


September 13, 2022 - March 19, 2023
70 Years of History

The AIC has brought together an international community of ceramic professionals at its best. 

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Guided visit

Visite tactile

Friday 3 February, 10:30

Visites tactiles pour les personnes malvoyantes et aveugles

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De drôles d’histoires

Saturday 4 February, 13:30, 15:30

Samedis des enfants, 5-7 ans

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Guided visit


Sunday 5 February, 11:00

Visites commentées (plusieurs dates prévues)

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Sunday 5 February, 12:00

Acquisition de bâtons en grès contre une somme versée à une organisation caritative

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Sunday 5 February, 14:00

Rencontre participative avec Léandre Burkhard, artiste céramiste.

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Guided visit

Connections - Vocation

Sunday 5 February, 15:00

Visites commentées successives des deux expositions (plusieurs dates prévues)

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Digital resources

Visit the Musée Ariana in another way


Amélie, Gérald, Julien et Nahuel, porteurs.euses de troubles autistiques, vous emmènent à la découverte du musée et de ses objets, en vous offrant leurs regards et leurs émotions.

Web series

The Musée Ariana regularly produces web series, mainly aimed at a teenage audience but open to everyone. A fun and entertaining way to learn about topics such as Meissen porcelain and the museum’s Japanese collection.

Video clips

On our youtube channel you will regularly find new instructional videos. Discover Manon's presentations!

Online Collections

Full immersion into the museum’s collections

The new digital platform, Online Collections, provides another way to access the museum’s exhibits, enabling the public to explore its collections in the finest detail. The app offers the curious-minded a great way to discover the world of ceramics, deepen their knowledge and even add their own contributions.

The Ariana’s blog

Fire! – a hot take on everything that gets us fired up

Dive into the world of ceramics and glassware and learn all about it with our blog. The texts are written by museum staff as well as professionals and enthusiasts from a wide range of backgrounds. All of them delight in the chance to share their knowledge and give a fresh perspective on the subject, probing it with passion and science, and peppering it with originality and a dash of humour.

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