Part of Beau Plan’s attraction is a lively cultural scene, with festive and culinary events, artist residencies, music, dance, arts and crafts, and much else. Amateur and established artists, culture vultures and families in search of fun and learning activities are going to have a great time!
Beau Plan Creative Park, a cultural revolution
A co-creative forum in the surroundings of Beau Plan’s industrial past, the Creative Park is actively engaged in advancing the arts and culture. As well as the Sugar Museum (L’Aventure du Sucre), the Park is home to a Patrick Mavros Atelier (fine jewellery), Le Workshop (a creative space & co-working local shop & café), The Hive (co-working space), L’Atelier des Artisans, Le Studio Dance School, African Trader and Sharon Thompson’s Studio.
Discover Mauritius at L’Aventure du Sucre
L’Aventure du Sucre invites families and culture buffs on a fun and interactive journey to discover the fascinating history of the Mauritian sugar cane industry. This popular museum – the island’s only institution dedicated to the history of sugar – also creates temporary exhibitions focused on the environment and sustainable development every year.
The ‘’Champ des Lumières’’ is an artistic creation which has been imagined by Move for Art. This creative project is integrated within the Mahogany Shopping Promenade and have been inspired by Terra’s rich history. See you on the shores of Beau Plan’s Lake any time of the day or night to admire the reflections of this piece of art.
Based in a 160-year-old foundry next to L’Aventure du Sucre, the team behind luxury Zimbabwean jewellery brand Patrick Mavros creates original designs inspired by the flora and fauna of Mauritius and the African continent. The public is invited into the studio to watch the artisans at work and admire their unique craftsmanship.
L’Atelier des Artisans is a consortium of craftsmen which have as main objective to promote local craftsmanship, encourage the transmission of know-how and establish a fruitful network. Through this structure, artisans will be supported to be able to better respond to the market needs while developing their creativity.
Le Studio, a playground for dance enthusiasts
Founded over a decade ago, Le Studio welcomes dancers aged 4 to 99. It’s also the headquarters of the Omada dance company, which offers ballet, modern dance and flamenco classes to everyone, regardless of age or ability.
The Octopus is a printing workshop specialised in fine art printing, with a sales and exhibition space for Mauritian artists. Their aim is to provide support and assistance to artists in their creative processes, projects, and needs. In addition to offering a range of high-quality papers, the workshop also caters to personalized requests, to suit different budgets.
Midway between a co-working space and an art studio, Le Workshop is a place of creation, sharing and relaxation. Artists and entrepreneurs come here to exchange ideas, give classes and develop new projects over a coffee. The space also offers creative workshops that are open to both residents and members of the public.
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