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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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