Enquête scientifique sur « le génie » des artistes - Jean Pierre Mohen (audio)

Une conférence de l'UTLS au lycée

Enquête scientifique sur « le génie » des artistes
Avec Jean Pierre Mohen (Directeur de la rénovation du Musée de l’homme)

Lycée Maurice Ravel (64480 Saint-Jean de luz)
Partenariat Région Aquitaine


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