Espace Arlaud

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Espace Arlaud in the 19th century
Espace Arlaud in the 19th century

A venue dedicated to temporary exhibits

A handsome venue at the centre of Lausanne dedicated to temporary exhibitions, either organized by the local museums and associations, or by artists themselves.

Espace Arlaud was built in 1840 as the original Fine arts museum, before it moved in 1904 across Place de la Riponne to Palais Rumine. It was also the school of fine arts, where Ecal, the reputed university of art and design now based in Renens, was born.


Venue name: Espace Arlaud
Address: Place de la Riponne 2 bis
Opening hours: Times varie
Transport: Metro Maurice Béjart/Riponne
Price: Admission varies
Static map showing venue location