As soon as the pandemic restrictions were eased, the Regional House team mobilised and worked tirelessly to organise and set up the 2021 exhibition. These opened on 5 June and will close on 14 November.
With the new confinement, the Maison régionale des Arts de la table had to close its doors.
From April 21 to November 12, the Maison régionale lets you discover that trip and tableware are closely linked.
Open from April 21 to November 11, the exhibition lets you discover the world of fruit, desserts and sweets in the arts of the table.
Opened from April 12th to November 12th, the exhibition 2017 is also a wink to themes talked about in previous years.
‘History, news, news in the plate… Talking plates, historiated plates.’ Rediscover how since late eighteenth tableware could be a media, a means to transmit information, legends, in a humorous way. Gazette on the plate, in other words!
Milk is part of our food since the earliest times. It is a natural source of well-being. Rich in nutritive elements, milk has a very long history. Nomadic communities, about 12,000 years ago, after a real agricultural revolution, become sedentary societies, learned to domesticate animals and discover products such as milk. The man becomes the only mammal to consume the milk of other species. The first dairy products like yogurt or cheese are appearing 4,000 years later.
Table pieces, utilitarian pieces, decorative pieces? Let everyone the choice to do what he wants. But do not forget their history, linked to that of plants and the secrets they generate. Who says teapot, tisaniere, immediately think infusions, medicinal herbs, well-being plants … and then come the apothecary jars… So many wonders to talk, educate!
Around the works and collection of Christine Viennet, a southwest artist internationally recognised for its palissystes creations, is told the story of Bernard Palissy, the famous ceramist of the 16th. To this collection, super hymn to nature, are added barbotines, majolica, trompe l’oeil objects, from the remotest times to the present. These items, parts from private collections and museums, make this exhibition a haven of freshness and colours.