an artistic day dedicated to transhumance Sunday May 19

an artistic day dedicated to transhumance Sunday May 19
an artistic day dedicated to transhumance Sunday May 19

Sunday May 19, from 2:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., various actors from the Pays d’art et d’histoire des Pyrénées Béarnaises, artists and a writer meet the public at the Lourdios-Ichère ecomuseum for live entertainment. link with transhumance and its recognition by UNESCO as “intangible cultural heritage of humanity”.

Thus, after an invitation to each paint their own cowbell, in a workshop open to all, at 3 p.m., several meetings will follow one another. At 4:30 p.m., time for the musical show “Era Souta” by Julia Hanadi Al Abed, the result of collections of various summer sounds. Then, at 6 p.m., presentation of “Transhumance as a legacy” or “From the Estive to the Plain”, by Francis Lanusse, its author.

Seven short films

Finally, at 9 p.m., the Foyer rural will host the screening of seven short films on the Baronnies, “Paisans de noste”, by director Amanda Meunier, which will be followed by discussions (hat participation). Catering possible on site from 7 p.m. Please note that transhumance day in Lourdios-Ichère will take place on Saturday June 8.

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