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FR - PAYSAGE ET PATRIMOINE SANS FRONTIÈRE, SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, FRANCE
Monday 15 October 2012
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The Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière association coordinates the Grundtvig Languages of the Vegetal in Europe partnership with the support of its online resources network, which it has been running since 2007 with contributions from its various national and European partners.
It designs and administers the website pages in three languages specific to the Languages of the Vegetal en Europe project, and the online tools it has created, in particular the interactive, multilingual Herbarium on the home page.

It makes a scientific contribution to the project, taking part in conferences, seminars and workshops: writing, sculpture, photography, herbarium, postal art; some of the courses taught to our learners are shared with the École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage (Higher National School of Landscaping), which has been a partner of the association for four years. Moreover, the School and the association are working together to organise a communal transnational meeting for the nine partners at the École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage on 7, 8 and 9 July 2014.

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The Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière association takes the rose as its starting point for exploring the languages of the vegetal, covering its expressive, linguistic, poetic and scientific variations, and its connections with European art history.

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The association draws on the competences of its many partners in Paris and Ile de France: the Louvre Museum, the National Library of France, the National Museum of Natural History and above all, the National Museum of the Middle Ages, which were a real golden age for the rose.

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The Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière association is also coordinating the production and installation of a cross-cultural work in process, with the participation of the nine project partners: an artistic proposal by Aline Rutily, a visual artist and doctor in Art Sciences at the Sorbonne, based on her own creations and entitled Tapis-Jardins (Garden-Carpet), a reference to the founding myths of western culture which are embodied by garden plants and the carpet.


Illustrations:

- Boccace, LaThéséide, Émilie dans son jardin (Emily in her Garden), Barthélémy d’Eyck, 15th century

- Garden of the National Museum of the Middle Ages, Paris. Le jardin d’amour (The Garden of Love).

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