La candidature berruyère au statut de Capitale européenne de la culture pour 2028 a fait un grand pas ces dernières 48 heures, aux Rencontres pour Bourges
Dans le cadre de sa candidature au titre de capitale européenne de la culture 2028, Bourges accueille ces jeudi et vendredi, un ambitieux colloque consacré aux moyens dont dispose la culture pour influer sur notre environnement, notamment sur le changement climatique en cours et ses enjeux. Des intervenants venus de sept pays d’Europe viennent impulser les débats, auxquels les Berruyers sont conviés.
The capital of Berry continues its ascent to the heights of recognition. Bourges is launching a new cultural challenge: to be European Capital of Culture in 2028.
The new Maison de la Culture in Bourges was inaugurated on September 10, 2021 by the Minister of Culture, Mrs. Roselyne Bachelot.
The mayor of Avignon, Cécile Helle, supports the city of Bourges for its application for the European Capital of Culture label in 2028.
Laurent Pabiot, mayor of Sancerre, the favorite village of the French in 2021, supported Bourges' candidacy for the title of European Capital of Culture 2028.
The Printemps de Bourges was the occasion to announce, on June 26, 2021, the official launch of Bourges’s candidacy.
As part of a trip to the Avignon Festival, Yann Galut, Mayor of Bourges met Cécile Helle, Mayor of Avignon on Friday July 16, 2021. The latter officially announced her support for the "Bourges Capital Européenne de Culture in 2028 ".
This summer, under the “Bourges Contemporain” stamp, Berry has become a constellation of fourteen exhibitions where works, in particular sculptures, meet from the heart of the city to the most remote barns of the region in rurality : (re)discovery of a territory, (re)discovery of artists.
Lydie Lescarmontier, patron of the Bourges 2028 candidacy, participated in a European Commission event as part of the COP 26 in Glasgow on the question: "How can education support the transition so that society can succeed? to the objective of carbon and climate neutrality? "
In Bourges, the exhibition "Agir dans son lieu" highlights the links between the peasant world and contemporary art.
An interview in Femmes d'art with Julie Crenn, art historian, art critic and curators. She is currently curator of the exhibition Agir dans son lieu at the Transpalette Art Center in Bourges.
A brand new Maison de la Culture opens its doors in Bourges on September 10, 2021. Olivier Atlan, director of the Maison de Culture since 2011, confides at Marie Sorbier's microphone on the need for this construction, the first of the 21st century.