The DRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine partner of the national survey on actors and actions in the field of Art and Science

The DRAC Nouvelle Aquitaine partner of the national survey on actors

In recent years, the emergence of the Arts and Sciences field has concerned a growing number of actors and networks in France. This is particularly the case in New Aquitaine where many structures (artistic teams and higher education establishments) participate in the development of scientific, technical and industrial cultural policies (CSTI). Among the latter, we … Read more

Art lives in the city: 4 new frescoes in Flénu, Havré, Saint-Denis and Mons

| Published on 09/25/2022 at 05:19 Art inhabits the City continues to embellish the streets and districts of Mons territory, bringing new visitors and positioning Mons as the Walloon city of urban art. The route now includes some sixty works by international artists as well as Belgian muralists and graffiti artists. Supported by many figures … Read more

La botanique au cinéma #Art et botanique

La botanique au cinema Art et botanique

Dans les arts visuels, le végétal tient une place majeure qui n’a cessé de croître jusqu’à devenir non plus uniquement décoratif ou allégorique, mais porteur de message à travers ce que l’on appelle aujourd’hui le « tournant végétal ». Au cinéma, la nature est aussi une clé de compréhension au miroir que nous tend la fiction. Dans … Read more

Psychology: the art of ruminating without brooding

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Do you ever ruminate? You think it’s only you who give in to this habit that has such bad press? Good news… you’re far from alone in rehashing some of your thoughts: ruminations are completely normal, and sometimes even beneficial! Many people ruminate: not necessarily for the same reasons or in the same way. Various … Read more

Art Facing the Sun from Ancient Egypt to Monet: History and Symbolism of a Fascinating Star | Knowledge of the Arts

1662730426 Art Facing the Sun from Ancient Egypt to Monet History

The sun at the museum! The theme is royal, immense! Because for millennia, the visual arts have had as their object, directly or indirectly, the representation of things as revealed by light. The sun is evoked as soon as a figure is traced with its shadow… But what about the representation of the star itself? … Read more

Saint-Laurent-du-Pape – Learn about the art of kyudo at the Zen center

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Coming from Japanese culture, kyudo is both an art and a way of personal achievement, through the ritualized practice of archery. Arriving at the Zen Center of the green cliff, there floats like a wind of serenity and calm. Located in Ardèche, the center extends over twenty hectares in the Eyrieux valley. It offers a … Read more

The art of meditation comes to the museum

This summer again, the Villa Vauban, in Luxembourg City, is offering a workshop combining art and yoga. An original activity to (re)discover the museum. Reportage. Culture differently Anne-Sophie DE NANTEUIL This summer again, the Villa Vauban, in Luxembourg City, is offering a workshop combining art and yoga. An original activity to (re)discover the museum. Reportage. … Read more

The art of meditation comes to the museum

This summer again, the Villa Vauban, in Luxembourg City, is offering a workshop combining art and yoga. An original activity to (re)discover the museum. Reportage. Culture differently Anne-Sophie DE NANTEUIL This summer again, the Villa Vauban, in Luxembourg City, is offering a workshop combining art and yoga. An original activity to (re)discover the museum. Reportage. … Read more

Tourbillon by Anish Kapoor, black moon: contemporary art in the summer quarter in Bonifacio

Published on : 06/23/2022 – 12:14 Ajaccio (AFP) – From the “hypnotic” whirlwind of the Briton Anish Kapoor to the fantasized moon of the Chinese Mao Tao, from Californian street-art to Corsican or Marseille video creations, Bonifacio, in the extreme south of the Mediterranean island, is hosting its first international biennale of ‘contemporary art. In … Read more

Corsica: Bonifacio hosts its first international biennial of contemporary art

Corsica Bonifacio hosts its first international biennial of contemporary art

From the “hypnotic” whirlwind of the Briton Anish Kapoor to the fantasized moon of the Chinese Mao Tao, from Californian street-art to Corsican or Marseille video creations, Bonifacio, in the far south of Corsica, is hosting its first international art biennial contemporary. In total, about fifteen French, Moroccan, American, British, Brazilian, Dutch, Turkish and Chinese … Read more