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From September 2022, the École Supérieure pour le Développement Économique et Social (ESDES) will prepare the Master Of Science I, Circular Economy & Sustainable Innovation, a new program on sustainable economy and innovation. Specialist in innovative and sustainable solutions, the ESDES prepares students and professionals, through teaching and research, in order to create sustainable value […]
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Sharon Eyal closes magnificently her worldwide acclaimed trilogy. Once again the topic is love. Dancing, born with the pelvis moves, offers to our eyes a vanishing line. The arms describe a horizon and live sketches, in the lighting by Alon Cohen. Little by little, the rhythm becomes a tempo, as vivid as the team’s energy. […]
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A structure built with bio-sourced materials, dry toilets, a composting area, a vegetal system to recuperate rainwater… Such are, in a few words, the main characteristics of this new cinema that will open next autumn. Located near Troyes, this eco-friendly cinema, composed of four halls for a total of 298 seats, will allow the local […]
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Drawing is in the spotlight as a fundamental creative gesture which generates development possibilities. With the exclamation HEY! The Drawing, the exhibition expresses immediately its intention : induce surprise, curiosity, bewilderment, rejection, attraction, emotion, anguish. It doesn’t pretend to be extensive, nor a history of drawing. The exhibition brings together sixty international artists and a […]
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Touch fire. Women potters in Japan For centuries in Japan, the practice of ceramics was exclusively reserved for men , forbidden for women. It is only after World War II , with deep social evolutions, that they were allowed to access training which enabled them to « touch fire ». The first generation of Japanese women who […]
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In 1900, Puccini created his  opera  Tosca in  Rome. At the top of his art, the composer hits hard , from the moment the curtain is raised, with five stunning musical chords which evoke the vile police chief Scarpia, whose thirst to possess the diva knows no limit.
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Come and discover the small world of Windy the balloon, Iggy the egg, Folia the sheet of paper and Plote the ball of wool. Clever yet naïve, they are brought back to reality when Roky the stone arrives and warns them : « Be careful, you are fragile, and you could hurt yourselves ! ». Fragile
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 Second most populated country in the world, India has difficulties in providing water to its 1.4  billion inhabitants. And things are getting worse with gradual climate changes which make weather-forecasting more and more unpredictable. In Indian villages, fetching water is traditionally assumed by women. Many of them have been brutalized by their husbands because they […]
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On the occasion of the 2022 festival,  Taste Korea , at the Korean Cultural Centre, different domains are explored, from culinary discoveries to major south-Korean film projections, and also two exhibitions which reveal the rich variety of Korean culture, which mingles modernity and traditions.  Amongst which  « Yeondeunghoe, un festival bouddhique de couleurs illuminées »,   a […]
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