Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 110: How Museums Unite People During the Holidays

It’s finally December! What a great time to be alive.  As entire cities dress up for the holidays, museums can play a huge role in bringing people together through exhibitions and special programs. And that’s why, for instance, they should be open late during the holidays! Spending that extra time in museums allows for new… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 110: How Museums Unite People During the Holidays

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 104: Exhibition “Les Tondos des Chaumes”, Château Les Chaumes, Bordeaux

Check out the Highlights of June here Long life to art, wine and rosemary. Château Les Chaumes: a love for rosemary Summer. That time of the year where the rosés inebriate you and the smell of fresh-cut rosemary from your grandma's garden gives you life... Except one thing: the photo up here was taken last March,… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 104: Exhibition “Les Tondos des Chaumes”, Château Les Chaumes, Bordeaux

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 98: Château de Monte-Cristo (Home of Alexandre Dumas), France

Check out the Highlights of April here What causes do you fight for every day? View of the Moorish salon at Château de Monte-Cristo If it's true that we live for a reason, what is your purpose? Through writing and photography, I try to help make museums accessible to more people. Everyone regardless of their age,… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 98: Château de Monte-Cristo (Home of Alexandre Dumas), France

Friday Heirloom 2019

Friday Heirloom 91: Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, La Rochelle

Check out the Highlights of March here What is it that makes some animals instinctively worthy or unworthy of our trust? Cover Photo: Mammals on the Bay of La Rochelle (field mouse, wild vole, wild rabbit, European hare, red fox) Is it their cuteness? Their somehow evident fragility? Or do we love them because of their… Continue reading Friday Heirloom 91: Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, La Rochelle