Unesco

The Cultural Centre, an outstanding Monument listed by Unesco!

Constructed between 1961 and 1965, this was the first completed part of the arts and sports centre intended to complement the new neighbourhood of Firminy-Vert, which was launched in 1954....
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Local craftswork

NEW!  FREE!

This summer, come and meet the passionate craftsmen and women of our territory!

From 2pm to 6pm, in the Foyer-Bar of the Maison de la Culture (Cultural Centre)

 

Friday July 28th

Origam’île

(japanese inspired paper jewellery, )

Origam’île, is a colourful and poetic world around the art of paper folding called origami.
«For my creations, I mainly use “washi”, a japanese paper of a quality so exceptional that it is now considered as an intangible cultural heritage by Unesco. The paper colours and motives are extraordinarily refined and a great source of inspiration to me.”

Boucles D'oreilles Origam'îles Mobile Origam'îles  Fleurs Et Papillons

 

Les Chapeaux T

(hats and accessories)

Hats, bags, scarves and jewels. Multiple colours and fabrics. All season unique pieces. Clothes recycling.

Chapeau T Web Chapeau T Web

Chapeau T Présentation

 

 

THIS SUMMER

17/07: Marie Les Epices (saffron cuisine) /  le Comptoir de Zanzibar (sweets)

21/07: Gilbert Moreau (wood turning) / Elsa Martin (furniture tapestry)

24/07: Un Brun Gourmand (jam, confits, fruit juices)

28/07: Origam’île (jewellery, japanese inspiration) / Les chapeaux T (hats and accessories)

31/07: Melim’élo (organic cuisine kits, spices) / Instant safran (saffron cuisine)

04/08: La Maison des Tresses et Lacets (plaiting)

07/08: Le Comptoir de Zanzibar (sweets)

11/08: Gilbert Moreau (wood turning)

14/08: Un Brun Gourmand (jam, confits, fruit juices)

18/08: Marie Dubois (wood furniture, marquetry)

21/08: Instant safran (saffron cuisine)

25/08: Origam’île (jewellery, japanese inspiration)

 

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