Earth Hour, the world’s greatest event for the fight against climate change is back on Saturday March 30, 2019. In Paris, like in some 7,000 cities in 187 countries, emblematic monuments turn off their lights to give Mother Nature pride of place.
The Louvre, as other museums, is closed until further notice. Despite the lockdown, you can still enjoy the treasures it contains thanks to different solutions available on its website. Let’s enjoy a free tour!
Because of the coronavirus epidemic, no Pompéi exhibition so far at the Grand Palais, but it didn’t prevent the cultural venue from offering a digital version of this great retrospective. To discover from March 25th, 2020 as of noon.
During the confinement caused by the coronavirus epidemic, art lovers can head to Monart, a virtual art gallery, to discover free of charge and from your sofa, the most beautiful works by contemporary artists from all over the world. You can even buy a work of art from the comfort of your living room!
What a beautiful time for opera fans! To make sure this confinement is not too boring, Berlin Philharmonic, Paris Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic let us a free and unlimited access to their concerts. Discover how to enjoy these exceptional programs.
Lockdown or not, it’s out of question we stay put all day long! Two American ballet dancers are providing free dance lessons live on Instagram this Wednesday March 18, 2020. Put on your dance shoes (or stay as you are, you do you), and bring on the music!