Inauguration of the Louvre in Abu Dhabi

This week, French President Emmanuel Macron inaugurated the Louvre in Abu Dhabi, this “universal” museum which offers a message of tolerance. Let's discover this large-scale project which began in the early 2000s.

TurtleArt: When the arts and programming merge happily!

RemixEd / EdCamp Montreal 2017 notably allowed to meet Artemis Papert and Brian Silverman, in addition to discovering the TurtleArt software.

The Center Pompidou celebrates its 40th anniversary

Forty years ago, on January 31, 1977, the Center Pompidou in Paris was inaugurated. Let's take a closer look at this important cultural establishment.

Rock engravings discovered in Spain

About fifty engravings of several thousand years have been discovered under a building in Spain. Let's take a closer look at the magnitude of this discovery for Spanish cavers.

VANTAblack: the blackest black

A British artist has just obtained the exclusive right to use a new color: VANTAblack - the blackest black ever created. This "acquisition" sows controversy in the artistic world and brings the concept of intellectual property back to the fore.

Detroit is recovering from bankruptcy

The city of Detroit in the United States, which declared bankruptcy in 2013, has already considered selling a large collection of its art museum in order to repay its debts.

Museum replaces one of his paintings with a copy made in China

A London museum offers its visitors to find which of its 270 paintings is a reproduction made in China. Let's see why an American artist initiated this project.

Frédéric Back, the man who planted trees

Quebec filmmaker and environmentalist Frédéric Back, master of animated film, died in December 2013. Who was this man and what did he achieve? What were his values, his passions, his mission?