This ancient building used to house funeral and public services, a barber and a tailor shop, and is now an outstanding center to create and showcase all kinds of art. The management provides platforms for creative folks from all over the world engaged in visual and plastic arts, cinema, music, theater, circus and dance to create their projects with creative energy of this place and later demonstrate them right here. Organizers also wanted to put an accent not only on art projects, but on the process of their creation. Here visitors have a unique chance not just to look at art being created but also to discuss with artists their ideas, concepts and ways of bringing them into life. Come here during the weekend when life in 104 is boiling over: energetic guys from the neighborhood gather in halls to street-dance, jugglers rehearse in other, pizzamobil has excellent pizza and mini-salads, soups and fagottini - their own invention: half- fokkacha, half-calzone with tasty fresh fillings on crusty dough. They also sell excellent frozen yogurt. The Hidden Cafe (Le Café Caché) serves excellent breakfasts, and for lunch you can take salad or a cheeseburger. Thanks to a separate entrance from Rue d’Aubervilliers you can get here even when the center is closed. 104 also boasts a bookstore, a kid's center, and sometimes in the evenings its halls turn into a concert venue.
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