In order to complete its architectural Renaissance, it seemed important that Château de Bournazel should regain, year after year, a central place in the Humanist culture of the 16th century. To allow specialists in French Renaissance culture, be they art historians, researchers, curators, linguists, philosophers, architects, musicologists or specialists in literature, to come together, as well as to offer lovers of the 16th century the pleasure of a cultivated or scientific debate, seemed a necessity.
Thus, began the ‘Bournazel Colloques’, a sort of provincial interlude in the world of conferences, study days and seminars on the Renaissance.
Each year, specialists from this period present works or studies in progress, certain reflections or avenues of research, confront questions or discoveries, raise hypotheses or echo innovative postures.
Note: the majority of presentations will be given in French.
Next edition on Saturday 25 September
Theme: ‘Portraits of Women in the Renaissance’.
Conference Day Pass: 10 € With meal: 29 €
Registration on 06 65 54 12 42 or by e-mail at the following address: email@example.com
Proceedings of the conferences
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Individual Price: 22 €
Purchase of two: 40 €
Purchase of three: 55 €
Purchase of four: 70 €
Purchase of five: 85 €
Purchase of six: 100 €
The Association of the Friends of Château de Bournazel was created in January 2012 with the aim of promoting this exceptional Historic Monument, by organising cultural events contributing to the enhancement of the artistic heritage of the Renaissance. The association, through its actions, aims to encourage the reception of the public but also of researchers specialising in the period. In the same way, the association provides human, material and financial support for the conservation, restoration, protection and accessibility of the château.
To support the association and participate in the development of the Château de Bournazel, become a member.