An organisation in France promotes gender parity, fights cyber harassment in the video game industry
The organisation, Women in Games, was created in 2017 and today counts 1,600 members. It promotes the involvement of both sexes in the video game industry.
An exhibition at Paris' Decorative Arts Museum bears testimony to an Indian Maharaja's love for European aesthetics
The latest exhibition at Paris' Museum of Decorative Arts offers a peek into the private life and European tastes of the British-educated Maharaja of Indore, Maharaja Yeshwant Rao II Holkar (1908-1961) and his wife Maharani Sanyogita (1914-1937).
Paris’s Louvre Museum is offering a virtual reality experience of its most famous painting, the Mona Lisa, as part of its decade-in-the-making retrospective of Leonardo da Vinci.
The Little(r) Museums of Paris asks travellers to slow down, explore city's lesser-known centres of culture
Discover a new side of Paris, hidden in plain sight. From hunting spoils, to old phonographs, private gardens and much more, The Little(r) Museums of Paris is full of interesting facts about the lesser known treasures in the city of lights
Literature returns to Mosul two years after Islamic State's occupation, amid efforts to rebuild spirit of the city
Literature and poetry are regaining ground in the Iraqi city of Mosul two years after its brutal occupation by the Islamic State armed group that branded artists as criminals.
Richard the Lionheart, opera last heard by Louis XVI before his execution, staged again in Versailles
The neglected opera Richard the Lionheart returned to Versailles on 10 October, more than two centuries after it first echoed around the palace's walls. The opera is most famous for the popular air contained in the work that is believed to have been was the last tune heard by Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette before they were executed.