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France 3 Centre-Loire Valley’s “Paysages” series has provided two focuses on Les Turbulences - FRAC Centre, (the Regional Contemporary Art Collection) – one on its specialised architecture collections and the other on the external educational operation baptised “the City of Tomorrow”.
On 31 March 2015, the municipality of Savigny-en-Véron and the Heritage Foundation’s Indre-et-Loire départemental delegation signed a subscription convention for restoration of Saint-Michel church in Savigny-en-Véron.
To mark the “1515-2015 – Francis I, the Renaissance in the Loire Valley” cultural season, Doulce Mémoire, an ensemble specialising in ancient music that has been active in Tours for over 25 years, has just brought out a book/CD providing a real feast of music composed for a king – Francis I, the patron prince who well understood how much music could serve his policy of prestige.
The programme “Vues-sur-Loire” offers viewers a once-in-a-lifetime visit to the cathedral, from its basements to the tops of its towers. It’s also a journey through French history, as the first Sainte-Croix church dates back to the 4th century. Following successive building campaigns often hindered by the ups-and-downs of history, the present Gothic cathedral was finally completed in 1858.
Companies, local authorities, associations and, for the first time, social and solidarity economy bodies located in the Regional Nature Park’s territory are invited to take part in the contest.
Initiated in 2014, the Résidence Ackerman + Fontevraud La Scène is mounting its first exhibition, set to open on 3 April in the Maison Ackerman cellars. Created by the artist Julien Salaud, the work “Fleuve Céleste” (Celestial River) takes over its setting, endowing it with a fragile and ephemeral stellar vault that is to be on exhibition for the next three years.
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05 May 2015

Reports on FRAC Centre

France 3 Centre-Loire Valley’s “Paysages” series has provided two focuses on Les Turbulences - FRAC Centre, (the Regional Contemporary Art Collection) – one on its specialised architecture collections and the other on the external educational operation baptised “the City of Tomorrow”.

05 May 2015

Subscription for Savigny-en-Véron’s church

On 31 March 2015, the municipality of Savigny-en-Véron and the Heritage Foundation’s Indre-et-Loire départemental delegation signed a subscription convention for restoration of Saint-Michel church in Savigny-en-Véron.

31 March 2015

Exhibition itineraries for 2015

Loire Valley actors are invited to disseminate the exhibitions produced by Mission Val de Loire and designed to promote the Loire Valley’s heritage. A wide range of presentation venues has already been confirmed for 2015.

30 March 2015

“François Ier, Musiques d'un Règne” book/cd

To mark the “1515-2015 – Francis I, the Renaissance in the Loire Valley” cultural season, Doulce Mémoire, an ensemble specialising in ancient music that has been active in Tours for over 25 years, has just brought out a book/CD providing a real feast of music composed for a king – Francis I, the...

30 March 2015

The “Cultural Landscape” exhibition somewhere near you

In 2014 and 2015, Mission Val de Loire provided 10 public buildings with tactile terminals for presentation of the multimedia exhibition on the Loire Valley World Heritage Site’s cultural landscape. Chinon Fortress itself was equipped when it reopened in 2010. Created by Mission Val de Loire, the...

30 March 2015

“Chloé et Lucas en Val de Loire” children’s book

How two children, Chloé and Lucas, both of them with a penchant for technology and adventure, get to acquaint themselves with the Loire Valley’s rich heritage aboard Leonardo da Vinci’s ingenious flying machine! Christian Verdun’s book for children has been awarded the “Loire Valley World Heritag...

30 March 2015

Sainte-Croix Cathedral, Orleans

The programme “Vues-sur-Loire” offers viewers a once-in-a-lifetime visit to the cathedral, from its basements to the tops of its towers. It’s also a journey through French history, as the first Sainte-Croix church dates back to the 4th century. Following successive building campaigns often hinder...

30 March 2015

8th RNP “Ecotrophée” competition

Companies, local authorities, associations and, for the first time, social and solidarity economy bodies located in the Regional Nature Park’s territory are invited to take part in the contest.

30 March 2015

National Landscaping Grand Prix 2015

The National Landscaping Grand Prix is organised by the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, which is responsible for implementing the Government’s landscape policy. It seeks to promote innovative landscaping initiatives at territorial level.

30 March 2015

“Fleuve Céleste”, the 1st Résidence Ackerman / Fontevraud

Initiated in 2014, the Résidence Ackerman + Fontevraud La Scène is mounting its first exhibition, set to open on 3 April in the Maison Ackerman cellars. Created by the artist Julien Salaud, the work “Fleuve Céleste” (Celestial River) takes over its setting, endowing it with a fragile and ephemera...

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