For the first time in France, an exhibition is dedicated to cancer at the Cité des Sciences in Paris. But rest assured: far from being anxiety-provoking, this exhibition aims to lift the taboos on the disease and to approach cancers from all their facets, both scientific and social. Deeply human, the Cancers exhibition is also resolutely optimistic, educational and useful.
When we think of the name Hokusai, we think mainly of his prints and more particularly of his great wave of Kanagawa. However, the work of this prolific artist is not limited to this world famous drawing. Here are 5 things to know about this famous Japanese artist.
More than a simple religious song, gospel music is a musical genre with communicative joy. But do you know the origins and characteristics of this music that appeared in evangelical churches in the United States? Here is all you need to know about gospel music.
The city of Troyes in Champagne is considered the European capital of stained glass. It is therefore quite natural that the department of Aube has chosen this city to install the Cité du Vitrail within the Hôtel-Dieu, a magnificent 17th century building. We invite you to discover this cultural, educational and touristic place which will open its doors to the public in December 2022.
The movie Everything everywhere all at once released on August 31, 2022 in France was a real hit in the United States and then worldwide. We explain why this crazy sci-fi movie is a hit with teenagers.
A must for all clubbers, electronic music lovers and DJ fans, the Techno Parade invites you to dance in the streets of the capital. This great festive parade gathers each year nearly 400.000 participants.
Every year at the beginning of September, the seaside resort of Deauville, in Normandy, pays tribute to American cinema and its stars. On this occasion, more than 100 films are presented to the public in the most Hollywood of the Normandy seaside resorts.
The Glass Museum of Conches-en-Ouche, in the Eure region, has just reopened after three years of work. Now installed in a former Benedictine abbey, this transparent place honors the thousand-year-old art of glass and pays tribute to a local artist, the master glassmaker François Décorchemont.
Do you want to introduce your children to the greatest masterpieces of art history in a fun way? Take them to visit the exhibition The Imaginary Playmobil Museum in Old Nice! The most famous paintings, from the Mona Lisa to Guernica and The Raft of the Medusa, are reproduced with the help of the famous little figurines. The result is amazing, amusing and instructive at the same time.
The Cairanne Wine Festival welcomes more than 30 wineries that will make you taste local wines, AOC wines