We recently told you about the mobile app that Orange has designed especially for Marseille’s year as European Capital of Culture. Now it’s time to give you the lowdown on all the events that simply cannot be missed throughout the year. As official partner of the event, Orange is supporting a number of diverse cultural [...]
In December 2012, the Louvre opened a new museum in Lens, northern France. A month on from the launch of this new center dedicated to art in its most traditional form (as opposed to contemporary art, see my report on the FIAC), its success is plain to see as more than 140,000 people have already [...]
Make the most of the upcoming holidays and take your family to see the “Imagine the Imaginary” exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo. There’s something there for everyone: photos of Morrissey fans, a slideshow paying tribute to Kurt Cobain, sculptures, contemporary works about our consumer society, and a vast collection of fun creations made by [...]
Orange is partnering the Paris Games Week which will take place at the Porte de Versailles in Paris between 31 October and 4 November 2012. This is an unmissable event for video game addicts, and is THE trade show for finding out about current and future trends, testing new games, handling new accessories, and for [...]
Orange was the FIAC’s technological partner for the second year running, by providing internet coverage for the Grand Palais throughout the entire event (Wi-Fi and optimised 3G+ coverage). I went to see the Orange Wi-Fi café that had been made available to the exhibitors, as well, obviously, as the works of art that were exhibited [...]
Bénédicte David and Alexis Trichet hand us the keys to the Orange Young Designers competition #OVCLC
written by Laurène Sturm, guest blogger for Orange live blog “It’s design”: an expression that is often heard in France, meaning, “It’s aesthetically pleasing”. While this is true, that doesn’t tell the whole story. If a Starck chair is referred to as “design”, that’s also because the user and their uses for the chair have [...]
While most people are enjoying the summer holidays dozing in the sun and what not, our colleagues from the Transmedia Lab have already drafted a list of transmedia events which you’d be a fool to miss this semester. On the schedule are no less than 10 festivals, forums, shows and exciting conferences for all you [...]
Until April 22, the Quai Branly Museum is going digital and inviting you to discover the museum of tomorrow.
After months of work, the Palais de Tokyo will open its doors for good on 19 April for the Triennial of contemporary art “Intense Proximity.”
Circuler is an astonishing new exhibition in which you will discover our towns and cities through the ages.