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PRACTICAL INFOS

The participation fee includes lodging in a standard private room (1 or 2 pax), three meals per day, tuition fees, and all materials for your workshop.

Outline of your stay

The typical training program at MaNa starts on Sunday afternoon. After settling into your room, you will visit the campus and meet the team and fellow participants.

Courses start officially on Monday morning. The MaNa guests introduce the course and the tutors discuss the schedule with the participants, then work beings. A final presentation of all projects is held at the end of the course.

During your recreation, you can enjoy the campus’ facilities and outdoor activities. When the sun sets down, it’s time for nocturnal gatherings around the fireplace. Take part in conversations, leisure activities and unexpected experiences. Trips outside the Campus can be arranged in order to discover all the beauty and hidden treasures that Burgundy and Puisaye have to offer.

Your stay ends on Saturday after breakfast. If you should depart later that day, please inform us as early as possible.

Outline of your stay - Campus Mana -Campus of Crafts & Design

Your stay

Participants are accommodated in a private room for maximum two guests. All rooms are renovated and decorated and have their own washroom (shower/toilets). Bed linens and bath towels are provided. The workshop participation fee includes a private room by default. Please contact us to book a room for two: contact@campusmana.com

Catering

Campus MA.NA. Catering

We begin at 8.30am with a buffet breakfast..

Lunch is served between 12.30pm and 2pm, drinks and small snacks at 16:00 and dinner at 20:00. Lunch and dinner are prepared by our chef in a creative and healthy manner.

Meals are served indoors or outdoors depending on the weather.

Expect warm meals on cold days and cold meals on warm days!

You will be able to provide information about your diet and allergies on the registration sheet.

Insurances and medical issues

Each participant is responsible for arranging sufficient insurance coverage for the duration of the workshop: accident, liability and health insurance for travel abroad including return transport to your country (evacuation) as well as theft insurance for one’s personal effects. Confirmation of insurance will be asked before the beginning of the training program. If you are on special medication, make sure to bring enough with you or verify the availability of your medicine in France.

What to bring?

  • Working clothes
  • Solid shoes
  • Warm pullover
  • Raincoat
  • Flashlight
  • First-aid kit (including aspirin, cream for insect bites, gastrointestinal infections, and, if relevant, pollen or other allergy medication)