The Forges de Baudin now house the MAUSA, a museum that covers an area of 22,000 m2 and which offers its public the discovery of the history of the artistic movement Street art and graffiti.
This project, led by Stanislas Belhomme, is also characterized by the desire to recreate a place of life, sharing and cultural exchanges through the consecration of a planetary artistic movement but also living in a microcosm.

The creation of workshops, artists residency, a factory, a literary café, shared gardens makes it a new village, a place of creation and production.

It is a new activity that takes place as a renaissance where Art and spray have replaced the furnaces, where artists and visual artists have replaced the