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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Pompei at home

While an exhibition on Pompei was due to open there on March 25, the Grand Palais in Paris offers a range of videos, games, resources and animations in heightened reality.

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Digital Universe in Turin

The Castello di Rivoli, Museum of Contemporary Art in Turin, has created Cosmo Digitale (Digital Universe), an online video of artists' performances and interviews.

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Internationale online by Reina Sofia

The Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art in Madrid offers podcasts and videos on art, as well as the Internationale Online, an online debate project on art and politics with a network of European museums.

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Barberini Digital

The Barberini Museum in Potsdam gives you a daily preview of the Monet exhibition and invites you to share the stories behind the paintings on its digital and social media platforms.

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National Museum of History and Art Luxembourg

The National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg offers an immersive 3D tour allowing you to venture through the museum, explore the thematic routes but above all to visit the temporary exhibitions (17th century Spanish Baroque art, the centenary of universal suffrage and the photographic universe of Carla van de Puttelaar.

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National Museum Krakow

The national museum of Krakow The National Museum in Krakow is now digital and you can access many collections, works and books.

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Art at the European Parliament

The European Parliament houses an art collection in its buildings in Strasbourg, Brussels and Luxembourg. For those unable to go there, the works are accessible on the Parliament's website, classified by country and by artist.

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The Dublin Opera

The National Opera of Ireland in Dublin offers recordings of three of its performances: Orpheus and Eurydice, La Cenerentola and Madame Butterfly.

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Alternative Don Giovanni

Mozart's Don Giovanni, performed in a modern Rococo style by the Finnish National Opera and Ballet, can be seen on the Operavision platform.

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The Comédie française online

With "La Comédie continue!" the Comédie française offers you a weekly program that is both family oriented, educational, poetic, entertaining and always theatrical.

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On theatre in Rome

Each Monday during the confinement, the Theatre of Rome will be preparing a programme of readings, interviews, and lectures on theatre and poetry which will be broadcast during the week on its Facebook and Instagram pages.

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Jazz in the North Sea

The Steeve Gadd Band's concert at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam in 2019 is available online. On its own YouTube channel, the festival offers retrospectives of its previous editions.

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Madelen, the INA’s legacy

The French National Audiovisual Institute's new streaming platform is free for 3 months. Fiction, documentaries and radio and TV programmes: more than 13,000 programmes since 1975 are now available.

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Baroque Monastery in Austria

The Benedictine monastery in Admont, Austria, offers 3D aerial and interior views. Its Baroque library, the largest monastic library in the world, can also be visited in 3D on a special site for a virtual ticket.

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Positive info for kids

The former head of the Reuters press in Brussels has launched a news and podcast site in French and English for 8-12 year olds, focusing on sharing "positive news".

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Debates at the LSE

The London School of Economics is broadcasting audio and video podcasts of its lectures and debates on a wide variety of political, economic and social topics.

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Female surrealism

Leonor Fini, Lee Miller, Leonara Carrington, Mereit Openheim, Claude Cahun: 5 women artists of the Surrealist movement who did not want to be relegated to the status of muse. The Franco-German channel Arte is dedicating a documentary to them.

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