Etiolles 2022 Game-Jam Webinar

Webinar on archaeological research carried out for 50 years on the site of Étiolles (91)

© Yann Le Jeune

The researchers will present their work as simply as possible, as well as some of the assets produced for the game-jam held from October 7 to 16, 2022.
This event will be the subject of video recordings, available online during the game-jam.
More information about the game-jam here: GAME-JAM ETIOLLES 2022

About the venue

6 rue des Petits Champs 75002 Paris
  • Monument historique
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  • Édifice industriel, scientifique et technique

Created to federate research in art history, the National Institute of Art History (INHA) consists of a unique research and resource centre in the world in the field of art history. It operates on two heritage sites, very close to each other, and located in the heart of Paris: the Colbert former shopping gallery of the nineteenth century, and the Labrouste room within the Richelieu site. The INHA opens the doors of its places usually accessible to researchers and seizes this year’s theme to organize various animations that will be as many times for the public to better understand the meaning and the stakes of art history. In the Colbert gallery, visitors will be able to go freely to meet the history of art, while discovering the particularities of this Parisian passage. And discover his countless resources in the library designed by Henri Labrouste in the 19th century.

Access: Metro Bourse, Palais Royal,

Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA) - Galerie Colbert © Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA) - Galerie Colbert