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Nuit des Idées, Thursday 31 January 2019- CNES’s Observatoire de l’Espace arts and science laboratory invites the public to Terra Incognita, an investigation of places that have marked the history of France’s space programme
Publishing date:December 19, 2018
For the Nuit des Idées (Night of Ideas) event organized by the Institut Français, CNES’s Observatoire de l’Espace is inviting the public on Thursday 31 January 2019, from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the agency’s Head Office in Paris, to a session of investigations on some the enigmatic places that shaped the early years of the space adventure, led by the GRACE space art and culture research group.
European Heritage Days 2019- CNES’s Observatoire de l’Espace cultural arm partners with ECPAD on call for audiovisual creation projects
Publishing date:April 23, 2019
Since its inception in 2000, CNES’s Observatoire de l’Espace has founded its actions on the idea that the archive record of the space adventure constitutes a rich source of material for artistic and literary creation. Since 2018, the agency’s cultural arm has focused its attention on research, space infrastructures and territories. Today it is launching in partnership with the ECPAD defence communication and audiovisual production agency a call for audiovisual creation projects using archive and heritage material related to the history of the places that have marked the French space programme from 1947 to the present day. Projects must be sent to the Observatoire de l’Espace du CNES before 27 May. The call for projects can be downloaded from the official websites of the Observatoire de l’Espace, ECPAD or CNAP, the national plastic arts centre.
CNES’s Observatoire de l'Espace and HEAD – Genève launch research programme on representations of human settlements outside Earth
Publishing date:October 25, 2018
The Observatoire de l'Espace, CNES’s cultural laboratory, and the HEAD – Genève, Geneva School of Art and Design, are launching a research programme on representations of human settlements outside Earth.