Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in various activities: creative workshop, cinema, exhibition, ball dance …
The All Saints’ Day holidays will rhyme with witchcraft at the Toulouse Museum. Indeed, the entertainment offered will be under the sign of the Halloween party. On the menu, in particular, a ball led by the musicians of Cécile B-Lassale on October 23 at 8 p.m. Djembe percussion and dance will become one. Also to discover, the universe of the singers Chiara and Cinzia. The two artists will give several concerts on November 11.
On the entertainment side, visitors can also indulge in a sound tour called murmur. During this, the museum guardian tells the story of certain objects through the staging of Céline du Schéné and Laurent Paulré, both from France Culture.
Sorcerer’s apprentice course for the little ones
It will not only be a question of seeing and hearing, but also of participating. For example during the creative workshop led by the visual artist Estelle Lacombe. Participants can create an artist’s book using engraved erasers. An activity available several days, from October 26 to 29.
More aimed at children, a sorcerer’s apprentice course led by Félix Ballesio on Thursday, November 4. He teaches participants how to create protective sachets or even amulets. Many other activities will also be offered during this holiday period. The full program can be found on the museum website.