The Espace Croix-Baragnon has been providing educational activities and programming to the people of Toulouse for over forty ... More
The Espace Croix-Baragnon has been providing educational activities and programming to the people of Toulouse for over forty years. It supports and provides exposure for visual and performing arts, and is especially devoted to assisting young and local artists. The space supports cultural diversity with the events held in the Salle Bleue, the exhibits shown in the gallery and Espace III, the contemporary art venue, and with the workshops in a variety of fine and tactile art forms. See website for details.
Formerly the head office of the old town magistrates, the city hall is impressive, with its white marble columns all
along the front. Today it houses the Capitole Theatre and the Town Hall. As you go through the Henri ...
Jean de Bernuy was a wealthy, 16th century woad merchant, whose fortune was large enough to put up bail for
François Ist when he was held prisoner by Charles Quint, and to build one of the most beautiful mansions ...
Toulouse's abattoir, which closed in 1988, is now a museum. Paintings, sculptures, and photographs by more than 700 artists from
all over the world are on permanent exhibition. Always original, sometimes shocking, the works captivate the public; particularly enchanting ...