Association of Friends of the Museum of Hunting and Nature

Benedikt FRUTH - Allemagne (Nymphenburg). "Ourse et son petit attaqués par un chien". Milieu du XVIIIe siècle. Terre cuite. Don de l’association des Amis du musée en 2006

Association of Friends of the Museum of Hunting and Nature and the François Sommer Foundation

Created by François Sommer (1904-1973) and his wife Jacqueline (1913-1993), the Foundation is recognized as being of public utility by decree of November 30, 1966 .It works to build a peaceful dialogue between all users of nature, hunters and non-hunters.It wishes to spread the values ​​of a humanist ecology in society and act with sincerity - with respect for the dignity of the human being. 'Man — for the sustainable use of natural resources.


The many advantages

Members of the association are kept informed of the cultural program of the Museum of Hunting and Nature, have free access to the museum and its temporary exhibitions as well as to their inaugurations and guided tours. They can attend all the cultural activities offered every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. free of charge (concerts, conferences, performances, screenings, shows, etc. within the limit of available places) and can reserve a table, or simply have a drink, at the Club de la Hunting and Nature at the end of these evenings. They benefit from privileged conditions on the Museum's publications.


Dues

Single fee: €60

Double fee: €80

Youth fee (single): €30

Youth fee (double): €40

Membership fees contribute to enriching the museum's collections.


List directors

Hubert Lebaudy, president

Anne de Grimoüard, vice-president

Ariane de Courcel, vice-president

Isabelle Lépine, general secretary

Samantha Chavane de Dalmassy, ​​treasurer

Members by right

Henri de Castries, president of the François Sommer Foundation

Christine Germain-Donnat, director of the Museum of Hunting and Nature


Members in a personal capacity

Claude d'Anthenaise

Victor Bonnivard

Laurence de La Grange Sury

Marie de La Tour du Pin


Application for membership

Association of Friends of the Museum of Hunting and Nature

60, rue des Archives – 75003 Paris

Tel. 01 53 01 92 40

amis@fondationfrancoissommer.org

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Benedikt FRUTH - Allemagne (Nymphenburg). "Ourse et son petit attaqués par un chien". Milieu du XVIIIe siècle. Terre cuite. Don de l’association des Amis du musée en 2006