Frenchman Jérémie Pichon and his family live with for the « Zero waste » way of life. With his wife Bénédicte they wrote the best-selling book « Zero waste family ». On Saturday, December 8, the pope of the philosophy will give a lecture in Geneva. He responded positively to the invitation of the Zero Waste Switzerland association.
On November 10, at Catalyse, Camille Bourquin offers an introductory course on « growling », a singing technique with which the singer transmits his energy.
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World-famous Bernese painter Ferdinand Hodler died in Geneva a hundred years ago. The City Museums pay tribute to him. Until August 19th, 100 paintings are presented in the Musée Rath : self-portraits, landscapes and characters, which all attest the timelessness of Hodler’s work.
On May 3rd 2018, Turkish cartoonist Musa Kart won the 2018 International Press Cartoon Prize, awarded every two years by the the Swiss Foundation Cartooning for Peace and the City of Geneva. You can see a selection of his drawings as well as the work of 24 other press cartoonists until June 3rd 2018, on Quai Wilson, right bank.
The fourth edition of Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open will occur from 19 to 26 May 2018 at Tennis club de Genève Eaux-Vives. Swiss player Stan Wawrinka won the previous two editions, but his fans will miss him this year.
Swiss artist Messan Byll-Cataria presents his acrylic paintings and drawings at the Salle Bajor, Eaux-Vives, from 20 to 22 April 2018.
The Palais des Nations welcomed the graduates of the Hotel Management School of Geneva (EHG) on 12 April. They were 39 to receive their diploma at the end of their studies in a solemn setting. One was missing.
Key figure in Genève’s history, Pastor Jean Calvin came from France. He had such a vision of Christianism that he influenced the more than our city, which is nowadays presented as Protestant Rome. From the Reformation Wall, in Parc des Bastions, Plainpalais, Calvin is the second character, starting from the left.