French Federation of Biotechnology - Bioreactors Symposium 2017
Innovative approaches in bioreactors design and operation
University Lille, May 15th-16th 2017, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France

Social Events - LILLE, A CULTURAL CITY

Palais des Beaux-Arts

Houses in its imposing 19th-century building collections of European paintings, a Prints and Drawings Room, a collection of Antiquities, a mediaeval and Renaissance collection, 17th- and 18th-century ceramics, 19th-century French sculptures and 18th-century scale models.

Louvre II :

The museum is only at 30 mns drive from the Lille City Centre. The museum project focuses on the education of perception and the apprehension of art, taking into account the expectations of today's visitors, many of whom are totally unfamiliar with museum practices.

La Piscine :

La Piscine is a museum of art and industry, It is more formally known as La Piscine-Musée d'Art et d'Industrie André Diligent but its common name derives from the fact that it is housed in a former indoor swimming pool with a notable art deco interior. The swimming pool was constructed between 1927 and 1932 by the Lille architect Albert Baert.

Lille Opera House :

Lille Opera House is a theater-style neo-classical opera house, built from 1907 to 1913 and officially inaugurated in 1923 (architect Louis Marie Cordonier). Since its grand re-opening in December 2003, the Lille Opera house has proposed a wide range of musical drama, from the baroque period to new productions from contemporary composers, not forgetting traditional works from the lyrical repertoire. Contemporary dance also plays a major role in the artistic programme, with performances shown throughout the season.

The « Old Town » Vieux - Lille :

The « Old Town » Vieux - Lille is a theater-style neo-classical opera house, built from 1907 to 1913 and officially inaugurated in 1923 (architect Louis Marie Cordonier). Since its grand re-opening in December 2003, the Lille Opera house has proposed a wide range of musical drama, from the baroque period to new productions from contemporary composers, not forgetting traditional works from the lyrical repertoire. Contemporary dance also plays a major role in the artistic programme, with performances shown throughout the season.