This week at the Museum… (31.01.2005)
Destination Olympia, 5 B.C. exhibition
The Olympic Museum in Lausanne is offering a diverse programme linking ancient and modern sport and culture. On the programme are various guided tours of this current temporary exhibition, workshops for young people, offers for associations and businesses, educational files, discovery sheets, themed workbooks, etc. Information on 021 621 65 11.
100 Years of Planet Football – FIFA 1904-2004 exhibition
The Olympic Museum is staging offering Questions for a quick tour. For children and the general public alike, 15 questions guide the visitor around the exhibition and provide a way of very quickly understanding the essence of its content. Also on the programme are workshops and photo shoots with the FIFA World Cup. Information on 021 621 65 11.
The week’s events at the Olympic Museum
Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 February: Photo opportunity with the FIFA World Cup. For the time it takes to take a photo, the visitor slides into the skin of a World Cup champion, by putting on the shirt of one of the finalist teams. Information on 021 621 65 11.
Sunday 6 February: Workshop: Planet Football’s balls. Football is a phenomenon of society. Played throughout the world, it can take place in very variable conditions: pitches, goalposts, kit, balls. everything can be improvised. The workshop pays tribute to this irrepressible desire to play which inspires the creation of balls with the most diverse materials, cloths and adhesive ribbons. It is the occasion for everyone to make an improvised ball with bits and bobs. Thanks to the recuperated material, everyone is able to create a ball and take it home with them. This workshop is taking place in the exhibition zone reserved for the 100 years of planet football exhibition. Information on 021 621 65 11.
Sunday 6 February: Sunday concert: Music of the world. «Patchwork» of popular and traditional pieces from various and sometimes far-off horizons. With Lisa and Marc Shnayder, violin and accordion. At 11 a.m. in the Museum auditorium, tickets at the door. Information on 021 621 65 11.