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Médiathèque Albert Camus in june

Workshops ,  Lecture ,  Exhibition ,  Show in Antibes
  • June events at the Albert Camus Media Library

  • Until 11 June
    Colour mill
    Exhibition of the Comédie Française presenting models of costumes made for Molière’s comedies-ballets, mostly drawn in the early 1920s. These entertaining plays allowed certain fantasies, of which the costume designer of the Comédie Française, Charles Bétout did not deprive himself: allegorical costumes, Turkish, Italian-style types, etc.

    Friday 3 June 5pm
    Science for All Conference
    “Are new forms of consumption always good for the environment?” by Nathalie...
    Until 11 June
    Colour mill
    Exhibition of the Comédie Française presenting models of costumes made for Molière’s comedies-ballets, mostly drawn in the early 1920s. These entertaining plays allowed certain fantasies, of which the costume designer of the Comédie Française, Charles Bétout did not deprive himself: allegorical costumes, Turkish, Italian-style types, etc.

    Friday 3 June 5pm
    Science for All Conference
    “Are new forms of consumption always good for the environment?” by Nathalie Lazaric, CNRS research director at the University.

    Saturday 4 June 3pm
    Land Art
    Workshop of creation of a collective work with the materials that nature puts at our disposal, with the association Les Jardins de la vallée de la Siagne. Parents and children
    Registration at the Media Library or at +33 (0)4 92 19 75 80, from 6 years.

    Friday 10 June at 6pm
    ES/PAS/CES
    As part of the event The Words of the Books.
    Choreographers with Emma Morin (design and voice) and Sylvie Pabiot (dance).
    I picked up on the ground what I thought was a seed. When she began to move in my hand, I rolled her between my thumb and my other fingers and let her fall. The spider ran away. My hand still remembers the suppleness of her body.» Simone Forti

    Saturday 11 June at 15.30
    Molière or ... but what the hell were they going to do in this mess?
    They are college students, participating in a drama workshop on the stage of the Antibea theatre. Exciting project in this year 2022, they are going to discover Molière on the occasion of its 400th anniversary!
    Registration at the Youth Area or +33 (0)4 92 19 75 80
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Mobility impaired
    • Hearing impaired
    • Mentally impaired
    • Visually impaired
Schedules
Schedules
  • From June 1, 2022 until June 30, 2022