Vincent chez Vous cultural program january 23 to march 10

by Musée Gassendi in Non classé

List of the various current and upcoming events related to the exhibition Vincent Pays a Visit, Van GOGH AU MUSEE GASSENDI

January 23 2019

Opening of the exhibition vincent chez vous

February 3 at 3pm [free entrance first Sunday of the month]

Free Guided visit

Reservation compulsory and within the limit of places available

February 3 at 4 :30pm [free entrance]

Collective listening Images VI by Knud Viktor, broadcast in quadriphony by Nightowl

Reservation compulsory and within the limit of places available

 

February 5 at 8 : 30 pm

La Vie passionnée de Vincent Van Gogh film by Vincent Minelli & George Cukor– Rencontres Cinématographiques*.

In 1878 Vincent Van Gogh leaves Holland for Belgium, where he discovers the misery of the miners. He tries to help them out and ends up giving them some goods that belong to the Church, he thus stirs up the irritation of the clergy. Worried, his brother Theo persuades him to go back home. He starts painting, he falls out with his familly and falls in love with his cousin Kay who rejects him.

February 13 at 3pm

Family workshop (free)

Reservation compulsory and within the limit of places available

 

February 20 at 3pm

Family workshop (free)

Reservation compulsory and within the limit of places available

February 26 at 8 :30 pm

La Passion Van Gogh film by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman – Rencontres Cinématographiques*

Paris, summer 1891, Armand Roulin has been asked by his father, the postman Joseph Roulin, to hand in a letter to Theo, Vincent van Gogh’s brother. In fact, the news of Vincent van Gogh’s suicide just came. Armand, who doesn’t approve of the relationship between his father and the artist is not very pleased by the misson that has been assigned to him.

March 3 at 3pm [free entrance first Sunday of the month]

Free Guided visit

Reservation compulsory and within the limit of places available

March 3 at 4 :30 pm [free entrance to a project presentation]

Da gadjo, presentation of the project by the artist Alessandro Quaranta that was carried art by the artist in a roma camp.

Exhibited on the museum’s ground floor.

March 5

6 :30 pm [free entrance], at centre culturel René Char

Histoire et culture Tsiganes, lecture by :

Laurent El Ghozi President of the Fédération nationale des associations solidaires d’action avec les Tsiganes et les gens du voyage (FNASAT).

Alain Reyniers Ethnologue and Scientific Director of the magazine Études Tsiganes, in charge of research and training courses at the FNASATIn parternship with the Centre communal d’action sociale (CCAS).

8 :30 pm Carmen y Lola film by Arantxa Echevarría – Rencontres Cinématographiques*.

Carmen lives in a gypsy community in the suburbs of Madrid. Like all the other women she has met in the community , she is destined to repeat a scheme that has been the same for generations : get married and raise as many children as possible, until the day she meets Lola. The latter is also a gypsy and dreams of going to university. She does graffitis representing birds and likes women. A complicity and bond will quickly developp between the two women wich will inevitably bring them to be rejected by their families.

10 march

End of the exhibition « Vincent chez vous »

  • The screenings in Original vergion with subtitles will be held in the salle des Rencontres, Centre culturel René Char Digne-les-Bains,at the usual fees. Further information : unautrecinema.com

On presenting a ticket of the Rencontres cinématographiques, you will get a reduced fee (4 euros) at the entrance to the Musée Gassendi.

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