The musée du quai Branly invites you to meet the cultures represented in the museum by taking up a form of artistic creativity or sport with established associations.
an off-beat Sunday at the museum
The musée du quai Branly has been encouraging amateur artistic activities for some years by regularly offering associations linked to non-European cultures a space where they can express themselves: Argentine tango, qigong, bollywood dancing, painting on bogolan...
- theatre foyer
- free entry, limited seating
- continuously between 4pm and 6pm or two sessions at 4pm and 5pm
next meeting: Sunday 16 December at 04:00 pm and 05:00 pm
bollywood dance and fitness
Come and learn Bollywood dance and fitness for beginners with the Bolly Deewany association.
- 16h - 17h :
La danse Bollywood, élément central de la production cinématographique de Bombay, s'inspire à la fois des danses classiques indiennes et des danses folkloriques régionales, mais aussi de différents styles musicaux et chorégraphiques internationaux, mélangeant ainsi l’Orient et l’Occident.
- 17h - 18h :
Le Bolly Aerobic®, inédit en France, est un cours de fitness cardio chorégraphié, conçu spécialement par Bolly Deewani. Composé de mouvements et gestuelles empruntés à la danse indienne, il se pratique sur des musiques Bollywood extraites des films indiens.
1st meeting: Sunday 25 November at 4pm and 5pm
Come and take part in a session of Siberian qigong for beginners, with the Fédération Internationale des Arts Energétiques Sibériens (International Federation of Siberian Energy Arts).
Siberian Qigong is a set of energy-giving and bodily techniques, originating in Siberia, and the product of many traditions: Russian, Chinese, Tibetan, Ayurvedic…
It is practised in order to improve health and acquire self-knowledge with the aim of personal development. Its originality rests particularly on a specific, explained relation between movement and feelings, work which includes the harmony between our body and its environment as well as a special form of meditation using the physiological aspect of musical vibration alongside the energy aspect.