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CLOSURE OF THE JAN MICHALSKI FOUNDATION

CLOSURE OF THE JAN MICHALSKI FOUNDATION
On 13 March 2020 the Council of State of the Canton of Vaud mandated a series of measures to counter the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In accordance with these directives, we regret to inform you that all areas of the Jan Michalski Foundation are closed to the public as of 14 March until further notice. All scheduled events in our program are canceled. We will keep you informed of the situation as it develops.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Agenda

Propositions de lectures par nos bibliothécaires

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Série de lectures n°1 : le choix des bibliothécaires, horizons intérieurs

Propositions de recettes par notre cheffe de cuisine

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Nourritures terrestres : les recettes de Nassima, cheffe de cuisine de la Fondation

Visites guidées - CANCELED -

Sunday 5 April 2020 from 3 to 4pm

Les visites histoire(s) et architecture – CANCELED –

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Library

An ideal space for reading and working, the Jan Michalski Foundation library opened in 2014 and offers a vast panorama of modern and contemporary literature. The aim of its multilingual and multicultural collections is to reflect all fields of literary creation and learning.

Today the library’s five levels house 65,000 books from around the world, in their original language as well as in French translation, that are available to you...

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Jan Michalski Prize

The 2019 Jan Michalski Prize for Literature has been awarded to Zeruya Shalev for her book Pain: A Novel (Other Press, 2019), translated from the Hebrew by Sondra Silverston.

 

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