It is a management event not to be missed. Science proceeds are delivered from February 5 to the city’s three media libraries. Some important events dedicated to the scientific culture of all generations will be organized on the subject of arts and sciences.
On Saturday 5 and Wednesday 19 February, workshops will be held in the media libraries of François Rabelais and Robert Doisneau – intended for children 6 years and older – dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, the arts and sciences in general and optical illusions. “The goal is for children to have fun while learning science”, identifies Valerie Mossos, who is responsible for mediation within the Multimedia Libraries Network.
On Saturday February 12, artist Philip UG will conduct a pop-up workshop (3D map) at the Robert Duesnow Media Library. We will learn how to create a pop up card inspired by the paintings of artist Victor Vasarely says the artist.
Finally, for children aged 14 and over and adults, the documentary “Rêver le futur; Fashion for the Future” at François Rabelais Mediateca on Saturday 12 February at 4pm This series transports the viewer to the horizon of 2050, meeting the dreamers who are already building the future, all over the planet. The film is scheduled to be discussed after its screening with the Society for Science and Television.
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In 3 media libraries in the city
Information and reservations by phone at 01 40 85 66 47; 01 40 85 60 37 or 01 40 85 60 68.
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