During the whole month of July 2016, the Carthage Museum site is subject to a brand new experience, initiated by a group of Tunisian artists, Design Lab.
Combining mapping video, scenography and sound arts, and under the supervision of art historian Hatem Drissi, the event, Mapping Sculpture in Carthago, is supported by the Kamel Lazaar Foundation. The visitor, through an excursion in the gardens and inside the museum, rediscovers the site and its archaeological treasures, especially the sculptures.
In this context, the museum opened its doors from 24 to 26 June 2016 for night visitors. The exhibition will continue for a month, starting from 5 July, during the museum's opening hours.
This event, which is opened to a public free of charge, welcomed more than 5000 visitors during the first three days. The Kamel Lazaar Foundation is pleased to support this event which values heritage and contemporary creation, and encourages heritage mediation through new technologies.