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Head of publishing: Jean-François Lanneluc
Head of digital communications: Pierre Bergmiller
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This site and other sites belonging to the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg may not be reproduced, even partially, other than those specified in article L122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code, without express authorization. For the photos, the name of the photographer must always be stated.
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The managers of the www.farse.strasbourg.eu website do not undertake any action to implement and check the smooth technical operation of the network. They do not accept any responsibility for any possible incidents that might occur at any time and for any duration: server interruption, irregular screen scrolling, broken interactive links or any other difficulty making the navigation of the site awkward or impossible.
The organizers cannot guarantee the good performance of the shows. Last minute changes to the program cannot be ruled out.
Photographs of photographs on the farse.strasbourg.eu website are not part of the public domain and their use, on media of any kind, now or in the future, requires a request for authorization to the digital communications department of the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg.
The FARSe visual was designed by the Welcome Byzance agency.
The graphic model was designed by the Welcome Byzance agency.
Integration of the technical installation: Esilab.