Whether you are confined, or working in difficult conditions, the whole team of the Foundation brings you the best of Europe again! Free documentaries, virtual tours of museums, concerts, kits for you and your children, we have found wonders. We will continue to send you other European surprises on a regular basis to share, with one click, without moderation.
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Raphael’s Art

The Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, which might open its doors again on 18 May, is devoting a major exhibition to the painter Raphael until June. The museum is offering a video tour through the paintings.

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Modern Art in Paris

The Art Moderne Museum in Paris is offering an online exploration of its collections of paintings, photos and sculptures.

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The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon is offering a virtual tour to discover its collection of ancient Egyptian and Middle Eastern art objects, paintings by Rembrandt and Monet, as well as contemporary Portuguese artists. The "Art in a Minute" series presents a more detailed selection of works.

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Immersion in Greek Art

The Benaki Museum in Athens is offering an immersive tour of its collections, which trace art in Greece from prehistoric times to the present day.

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In Sephardic Spain

The Sephardic Museum of Toledo is offering a virtual tour of its permanent collections on the religious, historical and everyday aspects of the history of the Jewish community in Spain.

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Hungarian Collections

The Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest is offering thematic virtual tours of its collections as well as resources on past exhibitions, such as "From Delacroix to Vasarely".

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Night Museum in Lodz

Devoted to modern art, the Stzuki Museum in Lodz has been open since May 12. It will nevertheless celebrate the "Night of the Museums" on the 16th, online only. Two virtual tours are organized on Facebook at 8 pm and 9 pm.

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Prague Spring

The "Prague Spring", the Czech capital's classical music and jazz festival, will go virtual this year. It is offering free live broadcasts of its performances every day until 6 June.

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Nabucco by Muti

The Teatro dell'Opera di Roma broadcasts until 18 May Nabucco, by Verdi, conducted by Riccardo Muti.

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Ulysses Return

The OperaVision platform is offering Monteverdi's "Return of Odysseus to his Homeland", staged by Markus Bothe at the Mannheim State Theatre. On its website, the theatre offers numerous videos on the theme of music and opera.

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Norma by Caballé

Join Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé in a performance of Bellini’s Norma recorded at La Scala.

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Discovering the Strasbourg Philharmonic

The Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra is putting concerts online and organising conferences twice a week on Facebook.

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John Peel Sessions

The John Peel Sessions, the BBC's legendary show from 1967 to 2004, is available online, featuring live performances by rock greats such as David Bowie and Nirvana, the Pet Shop Boys and Elvis Costello.

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The Stranglers at the Olympia

Until June 4th, Arte Concert is broadcasting the legendary concert given by the Stranglers at the Olympia in 2014.

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The BNF treasures

The National Library of France is offering everyone the wealth of its collections and the diversity of its digital content to work, learn, relax or play. Books in EPub format, documents, podcasts, applications, educational sites, media, millions of resources are accessible online.

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Culture in Tuscany

The Italian region of Tuscany has launched a platform of free online cultural initiatives on various themes such as music, dance, cinema, history and science.

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Chester Beatty Library

The Chester-Beatty Library in Dublin has a collection of digitised drawings, manuscripts and papyrus, as well as various resources for teachers, parents and children.

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Hauser&Wirth in Menorca

The Swiss gallery Hauser&Wirth will open an art centre in Menorca in 2021. As a preview, it offers a virtual reality experience with this gallery of the future in two of the eight galleries on the island. You can visit with a desktop computer, mobile phone or a headset such as Google Cardboard.

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Arte celebrates its festival

Co-producer of many films in Europe and around the world, ARTE is reaffirming its support for cinema by offering a fine programme devoted to the Cannes Film Festival, whose 73rd edition has been postponed. It offers a selection of distinguished or award-winning feature and short films, documentaries so that you can celebrate the most prestigious of festivals at home.

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Spanish Classics

The Spanish Cinematheque is putting several films from Spanish classical cinema online, such as My Andalusian Sky, Mallorca or a documentary about the director Pilar Miro.

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Virtual Cinema-Concert in Brussels

Every Thursday at 3 p.m., the Royal Belgian Film Archive is offering a silent film on its Facebook page, accompanied by a unique and improvised soundtrack by the Cinematek's artists.

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Salzburg Stories

The Salzburg Museum, which is due to reopen on 16 May, is offering "Museum am Sofa", a series of podcasts about legends, personalities and the history of the city.

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Witnesses of the Cold War

Produced by a Cold War enthusiast, Cold War Conversations gives voice to the actors and witnesses of the period allowing for a multiple human point of view.

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