Visits with a difference
The residents of Schönberg take visitors on a personal and fun tour around their favourite parts of the neighbourhood: the hidden and not-so hidden gems that this part of Fribourg has to offer are revealed by those who live there. Thus, the Selecta vending machine beside the bus stop might get as much attention as the view of the cathedral and an erratic block might be witness of more than a retreating glacier. These walks subvert the classic guided tour format by focusing on the finer and usually overlooked details to give visitors a sense of the place they have come to see.
A group of adolescents together with photographer Balthazar Schweizer produce a photographic map of the experience, which will be displayed in the Arsenal. A project that consolidates the ties between Schönberg and the Belluard Festival.
registration mandatory at firstname.lastname@example.org
sturdy shoes and weather-appropriate clothing recommended
Get there with TPF, Busstop Fribourg, Bellevue, busline 2
Concept Nathalie Gigon & Team of the Centre d’animation socioculturelle du Schoenberg - REPER Guides Schönberg residents Photography Balthazar Schweizer Production REPER, Belluard Festival
Produced with support from the Canton of Fribourg Cultural Promotion Fund
Presented with support from la Ville de Fribourg, le programme Paysages éducatifs de la Fondation Jacobs, Pro Helvetia