the “Augmented Conservatory” project, winner of the call for expressions of interest “Future skills and jobs”

As part of France 2030, Rima Abdul Malak, Minister of Culture and Bruno Bonnell, Secretary General for Investment, which manages France 2030, announced the funding ofu project led by the National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris (CNSMDP) “the Augmented Conservatory”, at a cost of 5 million euros.

To better train future talents for tomorrow’s jobs, the “Augmented Conservatory” project aims to equip the institution with this excellence innovative teaching methods: a platform of digital and collaborative resources around musical pedagogy, a distance learning platform, a platform for professional offers for students and a 3D studio equipped with the latest technologies dedicated to immersive sound. This project can benefit the whole of education course as well as the sector of musical production and live performance.

Thanks to this project, CNSMDP will be able to meet the ambitious goals it aims for make their students professional by training them in new aesthetics and new methods of recording and broadcasting, create a dynamic of exchange and sharing in music education at all levels in France and around the world, open its teaching, its content and its legacy of excellence more widely to other establishments and to new audiences and to join the best foreign universitieswhich are developing their online campuses and acquiring state-of-the-art digital recording tools.


Brought by General Secretariat for Investment and launched in December 2021, the call for expressions of interest (AMI) ” Future skills and professions “, managed by the Caisse des Depots and the National Research Agency, forms the France 2030 system dedicated to funding new training challenges in all strategic sectors.

The ambition of France 2030 is to sustain the transformation of the main sectors of our economy through technological and industrial innovation to anticipate the changes and bring out the champions of tomorrow, by investing in 10 main objectives to make more efficient, live better and understand our world better. Enabling France to produce the cultural content of tomorrow is one of the goals of France 2030, which has a budget of one billion euros.

For the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) sector, it should make it possible to support the changing needs of cultural actors, by adapting the sector’s initial and ongoing training assets to new challenges: appearance of new professions, impact of the digital transition and the internationalization of activities, changing public expectations, new student needs. Consequently, 13 projects is already supported in the field of CCI, for a total amount of €18.8 million.

The “Skills and professions of the future” AMI is now open on an ongoing basis, without a predetermined wave.

Details and useful documents are available at:

All France 2030 systems dedicated to CCIs are also accessible on the website of the Ministry of Culture:

About France 2030

France’s 2030 investment plan:

  • Reflects a double ambition : sustainably transform the main sectors of our economy (health, energy, automotive, aeronautics or even space) through technological innovation, and position France not only as a player, but as a leader in the world of tomorrow. From basic research, to the emergence of an idea, to the production of a new product or service, France 2030 supports the entire life cycle of innovation up to its industrialization.
  • Is unprecedented in its magnitude : €54 billion will be invested so that our companies, our universities, our research organizations, can fully succeed in their transitions to these strategic sectors. The challenge: to enable them to respond in a competitive way to the ecological and attractiveness challenges of the coming world, and to bring out the future leaders of our sectors of excellence. France 2030 is defined by two cross-cutting objectives consisting in allocating 50% of its spending to the decarbonization of the economy, and 50% to emerging players, carriers of innovation without spending that is not favorable to the environment (in definition of the principle Don’t Cause Big Hurt).
  • To be implemented together : designed and commissioned in consultation with economic, academic, local and European players to determine its strategic orientations and key actions. Project leaders are invited to submit their file through open, demanding and selective procedures to benefit from State support..
  • Managed by the General Secretariat for Investment on behalf of the Prime Minister and implemented by the Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME), National Research Agency (ANR), Bpifrance and Banque des Territoires.

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About ANR

The National Research Agency (ANR) is the project-based research funding agency in France. A public establishment placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Research, the Agency’s mission is to finance and promote the development of basic and finalized research, technical innovation and technology transfer, as well as collaborations between groups of research. public and private sector at national, European and international level. ANR is also the main operator of France 2030 programs in the field of higher education and research where it ensures the selection, funding and monitoring of projects covering specific actions of efficiency initiatives, research infrastructure and support for development and promotion. of research. ANR is ISO 9001 certified for all its processes related to “project selection”

About the Bank of Territories

Created in 2018, the Banque des Territoires is one of the five businesses of the Caisse des Dépôts. It brings together in a single structure the internal expertise for the territories. A unique customer gateway, it offers tailored loan and investment advice and funding solutions to meet the needs of local authorities, social housing organisations, local public companies and the legal profession. It is aimed at all territories, from rural areas to metropolitan areas, with the aim of combating social inequalities and territorial fractures. The Banque des Territoires is deployed in 16 regional offices and 37 regional offices of the Caisse des Dépôts to better identify with its customers and be closer to them.

For more attractive, inclusive, sustainable and connected territories. / @BanqueDesTerr

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