During its renovation, the museum took care to continue to live outside of its walls. On the one hundredth anniversary of the First World War, it is participating in four important events:
-The photography exhibition on Anne Morgan “American Women Rebuilding France”, presented with the support of the American Friends of Blérancourt, the exhibition continues in the United States. The next stops will be in Denver, Colorado during the summer of 2014, and Chicago, Illinois in fall 2014 at the Newberry Library in collaboration with the Alliance Française (French Alliance) of Chicago.
- Starting in September 2014, the “In the Footsteps of Anne Morgan" tour (in partnership with the Communauté de Communes du Val de l’Ailette (the Community of the Villages of the Val de l’Ailette) will link up with 5 centres of the ASDF (Blérancourt, Soissons, Anizy, Coucy-le-Château and Vic-sur-Aisne) with historical signs, a mobile application and specific events. Photographs from the Anne Morgan collection will also be reproduced on the windows of the main buildings of the cities to show “The war in their eyes.”
- The museum will also have an exhibition of A.C.D.F photographs as part of a pedagogical exhibition “Anne Morgan, a Fight for Humanity” in partnership with the US Embassy and the Paris Board of Education, aimed at middle schools and high schools of the Paris area.
- Since February 2014, part of the A.C.D.F films have been made available online by the Narional Cinema Centre as part of the EFG1914 project (European cinematographic database on the theme of the First World War).
As part of the one hundred year anniversary, the collections are highly requested for loans: Cathedrals, a modern myth in Rouen, Joseph-Félix Bouchor - Portraits of men in the first world war in Amiens,The First World War seen Through Paintings of Britanny in Le Faouet, Jean Hugo, Illuminator of Daily Life in Alès…