Screening and exhibition in one at National Museum

The New National Museum of Monaco at Villa Paloma is offering a two-fer with free entry to Variations, Eugène Frey’s Light Set Projections, presented by João Maria Gusmão followed by a screening of Felix in Wonderland! by Marie Losier.
The New National Museum is hosting a night of free entertainment on Thursday 27th August offering entry to the Variations, Eugène Frey’s Light Set Projections exhibit featuring a little-known stage design technique created in 1900 and made popular in shadow theatres and magic lantern shows of the era.
The creator of this technique, Eugène Frey, worked with the Opera de Monte Carlo until the 1930’s making this show not just a fascinating part of history, but part of Monaco’s history as well.
After enjoying the exhibition, a screening of the 2019 film Felix in Wonderland! By Marie Losier will be run. Two shorts by the director will be projected before the featured film, Lunch Break on the Xerox Machine and Which is Witch.
The exhibit can be taken in from 6pm to 9pm and the screenings start at 9pm sharp. Admission is free but subject to availability and space. Advanced booking is required. In case of bad weather, the screening will be cancelled.
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