09 October 2014
02 July 2014
The decorated cave of Pont-d’Arc, better known as the “Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc” (Ardèche), contains the oldest paintings yet discovered (Aurignacian period: between 30,000 and 32,000 BC). Over 1000 paintings with anthropomorphic and animal motifs have been inventoried on its walls. France’s 369...
23 May 2014
12 May 2014
The UNESCO “River Culture” Chair is now a reality, under the joint aegis of the Universities of Tours (Karl Wantzen, IMACOF) and Angers (Aziz Ballouche), in partnership with Mission Val de Loire.
28 March 2014
29 January 2014
As part of International Water Year, since the Summer of 2013 Marine Ernoult et Laurent Rigaux have been creating a reportage on the ecological and social problems of river ecosystems, through portraits of 9 emblematic rivers. Laureate of the Paris Young Adventurers, The Association Un Grand Déto...
29 January 2014
The centre, inaugurated in mid-December 2013 at 11 quai Danton in Chinon comprises three buildings. The first is dedicated to university premises and is home to IMACOF (Engineering of Aquatic Environments and River Corridors) and the CETU Elmis. The second building is home to a business incubator...
19 December 2013
A whole range of books have been published over the last few months dealing with questions of heritage, whether considered at regional level (new heritages and cultural action), national level (French properties, old neighbourhoods and sustainable development) or international level (accessibilit...
12 November 2013
29 August 2013