Alongside a focus on experimental creation, the typical daily agenda of the Frac institutions includes understanding the specific realities of their regions, being responsive to partners, offering training and advice to help them implement lasting initiatives, and generating public interest in contemporary artistic creation.
Regional exhibitions are mainly aimed at the French public educational system (Éducation Nationale) and other teaching facilities. In this regard the Frac conduct various projects to ensure that the artworks can be introduced to pupils within educational establishments.
Various exhibitions are also hosted by heritage sites (historical monuments, museums, religious buildings, etc.); cultural and sociocultural institutions (cultural centres, community arts centre, libraries and multimedia libraries, theatres, cinemas, bookshops, etc.); other structures devoted to contemporary art, government-run establishments (hospitals, prisons, local government); and non-cultural structures (businesses), as well as in public spaces (airports, stations, etc.).
In order to cater for the widest possible visitor base, including those with little access to cultural offerings, the Frac have also devised many means by which exhibitions can travel and circulate. These include customised vehicles taking an exhibition on the road within the region throughout a whole season, mobile structures enabling an exhibition to be presented in all types of venues, and extendable suitcases or other showcases containing a selection of works made available to the public for the duration of the visit.