Auto Shows: A weekend in Rennes: four ideas for outings

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L’association Les Cols verts Rennes organise une exposition sur des agricultrices de la région. © Les Cols Verts Rennes The association Les Cols Verts is organizing an exhibition on farmers in the region.

Here are four free outings open to all to enjoy the weekend of July 30 and 31, 2022 in Rennes.

Saturday July 31: discover the Breton campaign through

photos The village of Poilley, northeast of Ille-et-Vilaine, is in the spotlight in this exhibition by photographer Madeleine de Sinéty. The artist lived there between 1972 and 1981, and became friends with several families. Through more than 60 shots, Madeleine de Sinéty shares the daily life of the inhabitants of a rural France now disappeared.

This Saturday, a guided tour is offered at 3 p.m. at the Libres Champs, 10, allies courses, in Rennes. The museum also offers an activity to children, between 6 and 12 years old: they are invited to immerse themselves in this village in the 1970s, equipped with a reporter bag and by responding to riddles.

Verstappen in front-Ferrari

 Verstappen in front-Ferrari Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen has positioned himself in good time before qualifying at the Grand Prix of France. © provided by Verstappen in front-disturbing knowledge with Ferrari Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen was positioned in time before qualifying at the Grand Prix of France. The Dutch turned the fastest round in the third free training in Le Castellet in 1: 32.272 minutes and landed for the first time this weekend in front of the Ferrari pilots Charles Leclerc

Access: Bus lines C1, C2, 11 (Charles-de-Gaulle, Les Champs Libres or Stations). Information: 02 23 40 66 00.

Saturday July 31: a cabaret show

Night birds from the Rennes management of glamours approximations take place from the town hall square for a cabaret evening specially concocted for deckchairs. On the program: dance, sketches, song and many other surprises. Four artists who will stage a moment of celebration, emotion and sharing. Meet at 8 p.m., Place de la Mairie.

Access: Metro A, République

judgment Sunday: Discover Jacques Prévert

The Reading Space offers different workshops that echo the artist's universe and that adapt to all ages. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the workshops are accessible throughout the day, and are open to everyone, for free. There are workshops "to portray a bird" where participants create a bird sculpture. Also a postal art workshop like surreal collages that Prévert was having fun creating. Workshops of creations of poetic objects: badges, origami, collages. It is possible to come with your picnic for lunch on site and at the time of the coffee, the reading space organizes a "poetic lotto" with extracts of poems by Jacques Prévert. These workshops take place at 7, rue d'Espagne; The entrance is by the garden of the reading space.

Access: Metro A, Fréville stop.

Sunday: Commented visit to the Farmer Exhibition in the plural

This exhibition highlights the profession of farmers in the region and the challenges they must take up as women. From 4 p.m., the Green Cols Rennes offer a guided tour in the heart of the cultures vegetable garden (rue de Hungrie, Metro Triangle) to discover these portraits of inspiring women. Free and open to everyone.

Information on 06 26 88 49 78 (call or SMS).

Summer of the canal in Paris: Street-art in the spotlight on the Canal de l'Ourcq .
The Ourcq canal is a privileged place of expression of Parisian urban artists. As part of the 15th edition of the Summer of the Canal, a cruise dedicated to this contemporary art allows you to know its history and discover monumental colored works. © supplied by Franceinfo He taps the banks of the shores, trucks, barges, façades, buildings of buildings or even vaults of bridges: the street art of the Ourcq canal is everywhere.

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