Nature photo exhibitions

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EXHIBITIONS

LE MAS LARRIEU
THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATURE RESERVE
[PLACE GAMBETTA]

May 2024 – Open-air exhibition with free access.
24 structures Historic town centre of Argelès-sur-Mer.
Event day on Saturday 14 September 2024, place Gambetta

LE MAS LARRIEU
THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATURE RESERVE
[CASA DE L’ALBERA]

May 2024 – Exhibition at the Casa de l’Albera museum in the historic centre of Argelès-sur-Mer.

“RECYCLART
URB’ART” URBAN ART FESTIVAL
[FRONT DE MER]

Live Painting dates on 94 recycled panels: Friday 31 May and Saturday 1 June 2024
Exhibition dates: June 2024 to January 2025
Locations: Promenade du front de mer, south beach and Port.

The exhibitions have been held in Argelès-sur-Mer since 2010, and many of the panels have since been re-exhibited and damaged by time. As part of the “UrbArt” Festival, 80 panels were recycled by 20 artists on 1 June 2023.
In view of the success of this first edition, the town of Argelès-sur-Mer has decided to repeat the operation, bringing together a large number of graffiti artists who have previously responded to a call for applications. The selected artists, whose work corresponds to the theme “THE MEDITERRANEAN”, will have their works exhibited for 6 months of the year, on the seafront and in the Port.

SUMMER SCHOOL

WORKSHOPS

Argelès-sur-Mer la Naturelle wants to offer free activities to educate people about the environment and sustainable development. To create or recreate the link between parents and children and the environment, the municipality of Argelès-sur-Mer has decided to offer a “summer school”, with 45 mornings of activities on a wide range of themes: fishing with a landing net, creating cosmetics using natural products, a photo rally in the forest, forest bathing, etc.
Argelès-sur-Mer offers family-friendly activities, with around ten local service providers on hand throughout July and August.
The activities take place in pretty green settings: the Parc de Valmy, the Bois des pins, the Bois de Valmarie and the Anse de Portells for ‘sea’ activities.

NATURE EVENTS

The natural heritage of the commune of Argelès-sur-Mer provides an opportunity to explore the themes of biodiversity and natural areas in all their cross-cutting aspects.
biodiversity and natural spaces in all their cross-cutting aspects. Whether marine or terrestrial, forest or dune, this biological diversity deserves to be known and passed on. This subject has therefore been particularly popular with the public in previous years, and remains a key area for continuing to raise awareness of the need to protect our immediate environment and the fragile natural areas that are under pressure.
A programme of environmental education and sustainable development is therefore proposed for the next 4 years, taking into account: soft mobility, sustainable food, recycling, 0 waste, sport, solidarity actions and natural spaces…

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