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The Prince Pierre Foundation of Monaco has announced several outstanding events in 2018, all of which are free, including a number outside the Principality.
The Foundation presents two evenings in Monaco at the Théâtres des Variétés in the Condamine. On February 5, Olivier Gabet presents “Christian Dior, fashion designer of the dream, through art”, and on Monday, March 12, Marilena Pasquali, talks about the “Introduction to the art of Jean-Michel Folon – the path to beauty”.
As the association wants to increase its presence elsewhere, three meetings have been scheduled respectively in Paris (April 12), Strasbourg (June 13) and Matignon (July 6).
The theatre professions by Eric Ruf is on Thursday April 12, at 5 pm, in Paris at the House of Oceans. Dean Spielman will deliver “Art and Human Rights, Introduction by Guido Raimondi”, on Wednesday June 13 at 6:30 pm, in Strasbourg at the European Court of Human Rights. And Thomas Fouilleron presents “Princes and Princesses of Monaco, the advent of a dynasty (13th to 21st century) will take place on Friday, July 6 at 6:30 pm, in Matignon, in the Communal Room.
Free admission, reservation recommended by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The school year has begun for the elite Princess Grace Academy, where young ballet dancers from around the world come to train to become the stars of tomorrow.
Monaco’s ambassadors, guests and Prince Albert have come together for a brilliant summer party organised by the Monaco Ambassadors Club.
The 2021-22 season of the Princess Grace Theatre has been revealed, with 30 events ranging from reinterpretations of the classics to more modern creations to spark the imagination.
Artcurial Monaco Director Louise Gréther steered the auction house through its largest summer auction on record, with everything from Hermès bags to Porsches going under the hammer.