The Mourners world tour

Dijon Must'Art

Dijon Must’art is a citywide, weeklong project celebrating the creativity and vitality of Dijon. A delegation of leading chefs, wine experts, artists, musicians and businesspeople, led by the City of Dijon’s Senator-Mayor François Rebsamen, will visit New York for a series of events the week of March 1 st.

Dijon Must’art coincides with opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art of the traveling loan exhibition The Mourners : Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy.” Between 2010 and 2012, this exhibition of celebrated masterpieces of medieval Burgundian sculpture, organized by the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Dijon and The Dallas Museum of Art, will travel to seven museums across the United States under the auspices of FRAME (the French Regional & American Museum Exchange).

Dijon Must’art is supported by : The City of Dijon, Burgundy Tourism, FRAME, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, The French Embassy in the United States, The French Embassy Cultural Services, The Consulate General of France in New York and San Francisco, T-Fal, Maille, Boudier, Dijon Céréales, Cycles Lapierre, Vitagora, Anis de Flavigny, Domaine Humbert, Domaine Gallois, Domaine Faiveley, Le Pré Aux Clercs, Restaurant Stéphane Derbord, Le Chapeau Rouge, Les Jardins de la Cloche, Chez Guy, Petzl, Air France, and ACCOR, Dallas Museum of Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Dijon Office of Tourism, Burgundy Tourism, FACC SF, CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture), GDF SUEZ, Moulin Decollogne, The Fairmont Hotel Dallas and San Francisco, Le Cordon Bleu California Culinary Academy, and Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant.