Visitors can take a deep dive – literally – into some of the greatest works of art at the world’s largest digital art center in Bordeaux, France. Les Bassins de Lumieres opens in a former submarine base April 17, with a shimmering exhibit devoted to the works of Gustav Klimt and Paul Klee. The works are projected onto the walls and pools of water in the four basins, creating shape-shifting illusions saturated with color. The museum is the 14th such site from Culturespaces, a private curator of museums, monuments and art centers located mostly in France.
Power to the People
Looking for a way to charge all your devices on the road? I just returned from a week in Canada with all the gadgets (my iPhone and MacBook) and didn’t lose a second of connectivity thanks to my nifty Anker PowerCore 10000. It’s about the size of a deck of cards (just the right size to stick inside a tote or carry-on), can charge an iPhone 3.5 times and lasts forever. And at only $26.99, it’s a no-brainer for your next jaunt. — Dana Laverty
Bridging the Gap
Celebrity Cruises is celebrating International Women’s Day in shipshape fashion: with an all-female bridge and officer team at the helm of the Celebrity Edge. The vessel leaves Fort Lauderdale, Fla., March 8 for a seven-night cruise of the Eastern Caribbean. Guests will enjoy networking events, a speakers’ series, film screenings and more. The ship’s captain, Kate McCue, was the first U.S. female cruise ship captain.
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