The exhibition of this artist who traveled to Micronesia was on display at the Quai Branly museum in Paris from February 26 to May 19, 2013. It will be on view at the Musée de Tahiti et des îles towards the end of 2017.
After the success of the last year’s edition, it was decided to re-run this festival which allows the discovery of the ukulele or the opportunity to learn more about the instrument. On the program: a master class, concerts, contests and demonstrations.
During these two days, the Musée de Tahiti et des îles opens its doors free of charge. On the program: guided tours of the museum’s different exhibition rooms and gardens and workshops for children. This is the opportunity to enjoy the museum differently and for free. "Youth and Heritage" is the theme chosen for this 2017 edition.
Numerous agriculturists and artisans come together to present their products to attendees and schools. Fruits, vegetables, plants, animals…this is the occasion to see the varied production and quality of products from Tahiti and the islands as well as discover booths with new fruits and vegetables!