Note to readers: With France once again in lockdown until at least December 1, all public events have been canceled. Listed below are online events and those that will continue in December and beyond.
Pandemonium U presents free Zoom classes in English on such topics as the role of small French villages in helping refugees and the death of Resistance hero Jean Moulin.
Through November 13
For the online edition of Collecting Impressionism, experts investigate the significance of a collector’s historical context to their collection.
Through December 18
During the museum’s closure, the Louvre presents a series of Concerts en Direct, streamed live online. Check the website for specific dates and times.
The Centre Pompidou presents a range of videos highlighting ways you can stay connected to the greats of the art world by recreating their styles and techniques at home. Videos for all the family.
Through January 3
The Palais du Tokyo presents an online version of “Anticorps,” its exhibition showcasing 20 artists’ take on the reimagining of human relationships during the pandemic. Above: Tala Madani’s The Womb, one of the works being exhibited. © The artist, Pilar Corrias and Aurélien Mole.
Brighten up a lockdown walk with a podcast produced by Paris Musées.
The Nuit Européenne des Musées goes online, with a range of virtual exhibitions and events.
Through June 2021
Learn how to appreciate and analyze art in its historical context in a range of masterclasses offered by Les Paris de l’Art 2020/21.
Various locations, Paris & Online
Through December 31
The Festival d’Automne presents leading talents in art, dance, film, theater and more from around the world.
Various venues, Paris & Île de France
Lost in Frenchlation has teamed up with Eyelet so users can watch independent French films directly on their website. First film is free.