Museum of Man : “Expanded” visit

19 June 2017. Published by Benoît Labourdette.

“Expanded” visit of the exhibition “We and the others, from prejudices to racism”, Museum of Man, Paris. On 25 June 2017 at 11 am. Unique tour.

A guided tour like no other

Animated films were produced by the visitors of this exhibition as part of the « Animated Cinema Workshops » that we have proposed. A selection of these singular, rich and poetic films “increases” an exceptional guided tour: the films are projected during the visit, the exhibition is enriched by the diversity and creativity of the visitors’ imaginary and imaginary looks.

Since the number of visitors is limited, you have to reserve your place in advance:

For more information, the announcement on the website of the Museum of Man:
http://www.museedelhomme.fr/fr/agenda/rendez-vous/fete-cinema-musee-homme

Press Release of the Museum of Man on the Expanded Visit

On the occasion of the Fête du Cinéma, the Musée de l’Homme proposes to you:
Increased visit of the exhibition “WE AND OTHERS, from prejudices to racism”

On the occasion of the Fête du Cinéma, come and discover the exhibition “NOUS ET LES OTRES, from prejudice to racism” through a unique and original guided tour, in the company of a director and a mediator of the museum. You will be invited to discover animated films in the exhibition spaces, made in workshops by visitors. How does the public grasp the themes of prejudice and identity? Discover a cross-cutting visit that combines techniques from cinema and digital to museography.

Paying visit at the rate of 5 € / person in addition to the entrance ticket. Registration required on ticketing.museedelhomme.fr.
25 July 2017. 11 am. Duration: 1h30. Atrium Paul Rivet.

Design
Benoît Labourdette, Claudie Le Bissonnais (Arcadi), Emeline Parent (MDH), Aurélia Fleury (MDH), Manon Musset (MDH).
Animation
Benoît Labourdette, Manon Musset.
Coproduction
Museum of Man, Arcadi-Passeurs d’images, Benoît Labourdette Production.

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