Pubblicato il 9 February 2024
da Redazione in Events
Weekend Events on February 10th and 11th, 2024, in Nice
Weekend Events in Nice, Discover Them All!!
EXHIBITION: MARTINE DOYTIER, A RETROSPECTIVE
From 03/02 to 31/07/2024.
Closed on Monday and Sunday.
This exhibition is the first retrospective dedicated to Martine Doytier. It brings together all her known works to date.
Martine Doytier was an artist in Nice from 1971 to 1984. Over the course of thirteen years, she developed captivating work.
Her keen eye and ability to depict characters and tell their stories have produced a corpus of continuously evolving works and led her to undertake what would be her final unfinished work: “L’Autoportrait,” a painting she worked on for five years passionately describing her daily world.
A tour around the exhibition “Pop’expo, from the workshop to the catwalk”.
Immerse yourself in the world of creativity with this one-hour drawing visit with Sylvie T., specially designed to delight both adults and children!
See you at the Musée Masséna!
From Saturday, February 10 to Sunday, February 11, 2024
Opening times on Saturday at 8 PM. On Sunday at 3 PM.
After the triumph in Lourdes, with over 150,000 spectators, the deeply touching show Bernadette de Lourdes is touring throughout France.
Bernadette de Lourdes is the historical reconstruction of the fascinating Marian apparitions to Bernadette Soubirous. Inspired by the official reports of her interrogations, the musical authentically retraces the journey of the young girl, her encounters with Superintendent Jacomet, Father Peyramale, Prosecutor Dutour… Her calm and humble struggle to defend her story from skeptical adults and her tormented family.
During this Carnival period, come and experience the most famous love story of all time, that of Romeo and Juliet.
Together, we will go through some extracts from Prokofiev’s ballet, discovering how this musical giant set to music the various scenes of Shakespeare’s work, from the Capulets’ masked ball to the tomb scene.
Presented and conducted by Marc Leroy-Calatayud, this concert is suitable for all audiences.
EXHIBITION – LIVING FOR ART – THE TRACHEL AND ROTHSCHILD COLLECTIONS IN NICE
From 24/11/2023 to 28/04/2024, every day.
Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret, Palais Lascaris, the Musée Masséna, and the Bibliothèque de Cessole present the exhibition Living for Art.
The Trachel and Rothschild collections in Nice. The exhibition highlights the works generously donated to the city of Nice by these two great families. These donations, made between 1892 and 1912, include over seventeen hundred works of various kinds: archaeological objects, drawings, watercolors, paintings, sculptures, prints, but also furniture, ceramics, and fabrics. They constitute the core of Nice’s museum collections.
Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret: from November 24, 2023, to April 28, 2024. Palais Lascaris and Musée Masséna: November 24, 2023, to May 20, 2024
Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret 33 avenue des Baumettes
EXHIBITION: ROBERT FORTE – A LOOK AT THE WILD ALPS
From 18/11/2023 to 17/03/2024 except January 1st and December 25th.
Closed on Mondays.
“A serious road accident left me disabled. To give meaning to my life, I decided to turn to wildlife photography.” Robert Forte
Originally from Nice and a mountain lover, Robert Forte dedicates his time to this passion, which immerses us in the wonderful world of wildlife. For him, it’s an opportunity to have fun with the mountain peaks or the colors of the sky, and to observe the behavior of animals in their natural environment.
Let’s take advantage of these magical observations and encounters!
Musée de la Photographie Charles Nègre (Galerie du Musée) 1 place Pierre Gautier
LES ELLES DE JEUX
From 08/11/2023 to
22/09/2024, every day.
The National Museum of Sport presents Les Elles des Jeux, which showcases the spectacular progress made over 130 years, from the near exclusion of women to the fight for equality.
THE EXHIBITION’S JOURNEY
In an immersive and interactive scenography, the exhibition Les Elles des Jeux traces over 130 years of our contemporary society through the stories of emblematic women with exemplary destinies. The exhibition is divided into 6 sections, both chronological and thematic. With “Elles ne sont pas les bienvenues,” the exhibition begins its journey through time with the first Olympic Games of the modern era.
National Museum of Sport Boulevard des Jardiniers – Stade Allianz Riviera CS 43 152
CONCERTS: EDUCATIONAL SEASON & HORS LES MURS
From 01/01 to 29/02/2024, every day.
Educational season in May and June at the Regional Conservatory of Nice.