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Cultural life

The School is home to a vibrant cultural life with many arts and culture events, exciting projects for its future site and an existing collection of sculptures and frescos.

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The Arts Office

The Arts Office, an integral part of the Student Office, is responsible for promoting arts and culture at the School.
Clubs invite students to take up or continue all forms of artistic activity: music, theatre, dance, concerts, piano classes, writing workshops, improvisation sessions, theatre productions based on contemporary texts, and a variety of performances to develop the imagination.

Les sENS de l’Art

Each year, this arts festival offers the ENS Paris-Saclay community a diverse programme of exhibitions and performances of original works in theatre, circus, dance and more.  

InterENS culturels

This annual festival brings together the four ENSs for a weekend celebrating all forms of art.

Literary Award

Literature comes to the fore every year when a selection panel made up of ENS Paris-Saclay students awards a literary prize for a first novel.


The new ENS Paris-Saclay building on the Moulon plateau, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, is intended to provide an inclusive and inspiring environment for research and knowledge exchange.

The School will surprise at every turn through varied treatment of surroundings and atmosphere.

Paul Cribier's garden

The building is organized around a park—the ideal setting for reflection, discussion and knowledge-sharing.

The Kube

Université Paris-Saclay offers the opportunity to pool facilities. The Kube is a 160-seat venue designed to cultivate and showcase high cultural and artistic standards within the future school.


The School was built gradually and has been enriched by the construction of buildings in various styles and artworks located throughout the campus.

D'Alembert building

Horseshoe-shaped entrance with decorative pavement.

Outdoor sculptures

Bronzes "La spirale" by Germaine Richier, "Nu" by Paul Cornet, "Les quatre saisons" by Alfred Janniot and "La femme en marche" by Paul Belmondo punctuate the landscape.


"La géométrie" by Robert Couturier, "La fresque murale" by Jacques Villon.