Memory, urban planning, Nobel Prize… What is happening in Haute-Vienne?

Memory, urban planning, Nobel Prize… What is happening in Haute-Vienne?
Memory, urban planning, Nobel Prize… What is happening in Haute-Vienne?

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Nobel prize

The Limoges Lemovices Rotaract club is organizing Tuesday May 14 at 8 p.m., at the CALM building of the Limoges science faculty, a movie evening open to all around the screening of the documentary The man who repairs women: the wrath of Hippocrates, dedicated to Denis Mukwege, African gynecologist, Nobel Peace Prize 2018. This film will be presented by Professor Claude Rosenthal, president of Gynecologue sans Frontière, founder of the Maison de Soie in Brive, which offers victims of violence a welcome , care, support and prevention actions. Free participation. Contact : [email protected]

Movie theater

Tuesday, May 14 at 8:30 p.m. in the Georges-Méliès room in Nexon, Ciné Plus Limousin, with the support of the municipality, organizes the screening of the film My mother’s life, directed by Julien Carpentier with Agnès Jaoui, William Lebghil, Salif Cissé. Duration: 1 hour 43 minutes. Full price: €5.50; reduced: €4. Information: town hall:

Urban planning

On the occasion of the twenty years of the National Urban Renewal Agency, the association 55 Citoyens pour Limoges invites Thomas Kirszbaum, from the Center for Administrative, Political and Social Studies and Research, for a conference entitled “Twenty years of renovation urban: what progress for social diversity? “, Wednesday May 15 at 6:30 p.m., Detaille room, rue Detaille in Limoges. FREE ENTRANCE.


The Friends of the Limoges Museum of Fine Arts are organizing Wednesday May 15 at 7 p.m., Espace Simone-Veil, rue de la Providence in Limoges, a conference entitled Anna Eva Bergman, journey inward, moderated by Hélène Leroy, head of collections at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. Prices: non-members €10, members €6, students and unemployed €2.


The Phoenix Attitude association will open its doors on Wednesday May 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 11, rue La Bruyère in Limoges. This will be an opportunity to present its reception area and sell creations made by its beneficiaries. The Phoenix attitude association’s project has evolved beyond post-cancer. From now on, she supports people affected by cancer and their caregivers, from the moment they are diagnosed with cancer until after treatment. It offers group workshops (gym, yoga, relaxation, cooking, manual activities, etc.), individual treatments (reflexology, massages, body care, hypnosis) as well as support for returning to work, support for caregivers and also one-week reconstruction stays in a gîte. For any information: or [email protected]

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The research center on business, organizations and heritage (CREOP) of the University of Limoges organizes Thursday May 16 from 9:30 a.m. a conference open to all on “The changing world of work: challenges and perspectives”, at the Limoges law faculty (amphi 400A, 5 rue Félix-Éboué), in partnership with the Mutuelle Nationale Territoriale. Details on the CREOP website:


Tuesday May 14 at 6:30 p.m., Espace Bayles-Isle à Isle, Fabien Devilliers will present his work The memorial adventure, published by Mon Limousin. Passionate about history and cycling, he crossed Europe by bike to visit places of memory of the Second World War, going from the Gurs camp to Auschwitz, via Oradour-sur-Glane.


Wednesday May 15, at 4 p.m., the Compagnie L’envers du monde will present its show “The little saucepans that you carry around”, a clown solo accompanied by soap foam puppets, at the Jean-Pierre-Fabrègue cultural center in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche. All the public over 5 years. Single price: €5. Reservations required:


The Pierre-Buffière blood donation association is organizing a collection at the Saint-Hilaire-Bonneval village hall on Wednesday May 15 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. (appointment online).



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