Allegretto invites you to participate in the musical program on Friday 2 April, inspired by the painting “Le Printemps” by Jean-Francois Millet.
- This painting by Jean-Francois Millet (1814-1875) appears in the Digital Museum of Microfollies and Musée d’Orsay.
Micro-Folie is a cultural venue built around a digital museum, as part of a project developed by 12 national cultural institutions.*.
The masterpieces chosen from the collections of these museums have been digitized with very high accuracy for distribution on screens allowing them to be reproduced as effectively as possible.
Depending on the location chosen to host the Micro madness And a project designed for and with residents, several units could complement the digital museum: FabLab, virtual reality space, theater, game library / library or even joyful space. Micro-Folie is easily installed and inexpensively adapted to the needs of each region and can be built into an already existing structure (media library, cultural and social center, heritage venue, shopping mall, etc.).
The goal is to create a space for multiple activities, both accessible and cozy.
Two types of visits are possible. Initially, the visitor will be “independent”, with the tablets available to him, and will seek more detailed information about the work and its history, and he can also enlarge and access video game content related to the group that he discovers.
As for the second type of visit, it is supervised by a mediator who guides the visitor in discovering it.
Our table the spring By Millet, housed in the Digital Museum, along with sculptures from the Center Pompidou, a bus visit from the Palace of Versailles, a Symphony of Beethoven registered at the Cité de la Musique, plus hundreds of conductors – works and additional works content.
Small follies can be found everywhere in France and on almost all continents, the card.
* The twelve constituent institutions are:
The Pompidou Center, the Palace of Versailles, the Cité de la Musique – Philharmonie de Paris, the Festival of Avignon, the Institute of the Arab World, the Louvre Museum, the Picasso Paris National Museum, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée du Quay Branly, Jacques Chirac, the National Opera of Paris, the Réunion des Musées Nationaux Grand Palais, Universcience and La Villette.