Based between the Mediterranean Sea and the industrial ports, Le Citron Jaune serves as a place for artist residencies and a meeting place with the public. As National Centre for Performing Art in public space, it animates a collective reflection from the cultural, environmental and educational fields, whilst facilitating work to bring together arts, people and public spaces. Le Citron Jaune welcomes artists of various backgrounds for residencies, in order to research, rehearse, build, create performances.
Les Envies Rhônements is a traveling festival that brings together culture, art and environment in the Rhône delta. Produced by Le Citron Jaune, National Center for Street Art and Public Space, the festival has grown over the last 10 years, evolving in 2019 to its new programming format of events across the year and re-named to Art en Paysage (Arts in the Landscape). The festival still retains its core desire to question the inscription of arts in the territory and to take into account the social and environmental elements of the territory. In the Camargue where ecological issues are very present, the environment has become a field of research and complementary and dynamic actions.