Mountain bike ride or bike ride

Mountain bike ride or bike ride

Join us for a ride, cycle through Pays-d'Enhaut trail and discover the beautiful surrounding landscape.Bike:Meeting point at 6:00 pm in the center of the villageRegistration required, please call: 079 699 17 66Mountain bike ride: Meeting point at...more

World Press Photo 16

World Press Photo 16

The prize World Press Photo of the Year 2015 goes to Warren Richardson, an Australian freelance photographer, currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Richardson's picture shows refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary. Taken at night on...more

World VR Forum

World VR Forum

This new media is the biggest image revolution since cinema. Equipped...more

Lace Making Workshop

Lace Making...

Watch the lace makers at work and at the same time learn a little from...more

Mountain bike ride or bike ride

Join us for a ride, cycle through Pays-d'Enhaut trail and discover the beautiful surrounding landscape.Bike:Meeting point at 6:00 pm in the center of the villageRegistration required, please call: 079 699 17 66Mountain bike ride: Meeting point at 6:15pm on the Château-d'Oex football pitch.Registration required, please call: 079 613 23 90.

Join us for a ride, cycle through Pays-d'Enhaut trail and discover the beautiful surrounding landscape.Bike:Meeting point at 6:00 pm in the center of the villageRegistration required, please call: 079 699 17 66Mountain bike ride: Meeting point at 6:15pm on the Château-d'Oex football pitch.Registration required, please call: 079 613 23 90.

World Press Photo 16

The prize World Press Photo of the Year 2015 goes to Warren Richardson, an Australian freelance photographer, currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Richardson's picture shows refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary. Taken at night on 28 August 2015, this man and child were part of the movement of people seeking to cross into Hungary before a secure fence on the border was completed.Francis Kohn, chair of the general jury, and photo director of Agence France-Presse, said: « Early on we looked at this photo and we knew it was an important one. It had such power because of its simplicity, especially the symbolism of the barbed wire. We thought it had almost everything in there to give a strong visual of what's happening with the refugees. I think it's a very classical photo, and at the same time it's timeless. It portrays a situation, but the way it's done is classic in the greatest sense of the word.»Kazuma Obara, KEYSTONE partner photographer , won 1st prize in the «People, Stories» category. With the photographer Christian Bobst, winning a 2nd prize stories in the category sports, Switzerland is also represented. World Press Photo is the world's largest competition for press photography and is considered one of the most important awards in photo journalism. This year the international panel of 18 jurors awarded prizes in 8 categories to 41 photographers from 21 countries, selected from 82,951 pictures which were submitted by 5,775 photographers from 128 different countries.The picture agency KEYSTONE presents the winning picture and further prize-winners at the Folium in Sihlcity, Zurich, along with its partners Canon and Huawei as well as gdz AG and the media partners NZZ am Sonntag and persönlich, from May 5 to May 29, 2016.Homepage

The prize World Press Photo of the Year 2015 goes to Warren Richardson, an Australian freelance photographer, currently based in Budapest, Hungary. Richardson's picture shows refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary. Taken at night on 28 August 2015, this man and child were part of the movement of people seeking to cross into Hungary before a secure fence on the border was completed.Francis Kohn, chair of the general jury, and photo director of Agence France-Presse, said: « Early on we looked at this photo and we knew it was an important one. It had such power because of its simplicity, especially the symbolism of the barbed wire. We thought it had almost everything in there to give a strong visual of what's happening with the refugees. I think it's a very classical photo, and at the same time it's timeless. It portrays a situation, but the way it's done is classic in the greatest sense of the word.»Kazuma Obara, KEYSTONE partner photographer , won 1st prize in the «People, Stories» category. With the photographer Christian Bobst, winning a 2nd prize stories in the category sports, Switzerland is also represented. World Press Photo is the world's largest competition for press photography and is considered one of the most important awards in photo journalism. This year the international panel of 18 jurors awarded prizes in 8 categories to 41 photographers from 21 countries, selected from 82,951 pictures which were submitted by 5,775 photographers from 128 different countries.The picture agency KEYSTONE presents the winning picture and further prize-winners at the Folium in Sihlcity, Zurich, along with its partners Canon and Huawei as well as gdz AG and the media partners NZZ am Sonntag and persönlich, from May 5 to May 29, 2016.Homepage

World VR Forum

This new media is the biggest image revolution since cinema. Equipped with a special virtual reality headset, you're invited to travel into many different kinds of immersive universes. Get ready to experience new sensations and to meet a host of international experts, artists and VR enthusiasts. Price : Full Pass (Conference): CHF 390 (subject to modification)Public Pass (Open to all): CHF 15 (free for children)Online ticketing: http://worldvrforum.com/tickets/ Times :Friday 6 and Saturday 7 May: 8:30 - 19:00Sunday: 9:00 - 16:00

This new media is the biggest image revolution since cinema. Equipped with a special virtual reality headset, you're invited to travel into many different kinds of immersive universes. Get ready to experience new sensations and to meet a host of international experts, artists and VR enthusiasts. Price : Full Pass (Conference): CHF 390 (subject to modification)Public Pass (Open to all): CHF 15 (free for children)Online ticketing: http://worldvrforum.com/tickets/ Times :Friday 6 and Saturday 7 May: 8:30 - 19:00Sunday: 9:00 - 16:00

Lace Making Workshop

Watch the lace makers at work and at the same time learn a little from the local ladies about the traditional lace making which has been practised here since 1670.

Watch the lace makers at work and at the same time learn a little from the local ladies about the traditional lace making which has been practised here since 1670.