Marseille, 5th to 16th September, 2018
The famous L'Estaque site located north of the city of Marseille is, as everyone knows, a real "crossroads" of Impressionism and Modern Art ... It inspired the works of Paul Cézanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Georges Braque, André Derain and the creators of Fauvism and Cubism ...
In partnership with the "Impressionisms Routes ©" project, the local cultural associations and the city council of the 15th and 16th arrondissements of Marseille have decided to work on the development of this site known and appreciated by the whole world.
The exhibition: "From the Seine to Marseille l'Estaque, from Impressionism to Modern Art" is planned to be presented at the Visual Arts Center of L'Estaque from 5 to 18 September 2018.
This is a first realization demonstrating the willingness of local officials to fully integrate the project "Impressionisms Routes ©"
April 12th, 2018, Kazimierz Dolny (Poland)
At a time when anti-EU feelings are increasing, a strong « pro-European awakening » is more thane ver needed. This « awakening » will even be stronger if it comes from the citizens themselves, directly from the regions of Europe.
Impressionisms Routes©, with its members and partners, is a network particularly rooted in rural areas, may have a its role to play in raising this European awareness and in facilitating the dialogue between us.
This initiative, supported by the European Commission, will be hosted by the Museum Nadwiślańskie in Kazimierz Dolny and will count on the presence of an EU representative as well as representatives from euroArt members, Moret-sur-Loing and Cernay-la-Ville (France), Ahrenshoop and Schwaan (Germany) and Kazimierz Dolny.
July 26 to August 13, 2017
Discovery of Impressionism.
26-27 October 2016
Sixth Advisory Forum "Expansion of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe: challenges and opportunities".
28th September 2016
Bougival Town Hall
At the Café de la Jatte, 14th March 2016
"L’Ile de la Grande Jatte et le Projet de Route des Impressionnistes en Europe" ("The Island of la Grande Jatte and the Impressionists’ Route in Europe Project")
15th September 2015
Argenteuil, City Hall Agora.