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Apr 24
Guy de Cointet Documentary Crowley Theater 98 S Austin St Marfa, TX 79843
Apr 25
Christophe Mae's US tour! 1130 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90012
Apr 25
Thomas Piketty: « Of Inequality in Europe » Heyman Center Common Room at Columbia University 116th Street and Broadway, New York, NY

Press Room

  • Peter Marino Received Insignia of Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters
    Architect Peter Marino has been awarded the insignia of Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters by Bénédicte de Montlaur, Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy, on April 17th, 2018 in New York.
  • John Waters and Dennis Lim to Receive Insignia Of The Order Of Arts and Letters
    Filmmaker and artist John Waters, and film curator and critic Dennis Lim will be awarded the insignias of Officier and Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters, respectively, by Bénédicte de Montlaur, Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy on Monday, May 7 in New York at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy. Waters and Lim will receive this distinction in recognition of their tremendous contributions to the fields of film and literature, and the impact of these contributions on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Le Créative Lab North America Heads to New York and Montreal
    The Cultural Services of the French Embassy and Business France launch the fourth edition of their program dedicated to startups from the cultural, creative and touristic industries with significant additions from previous years. This year, Le Créative Lab North America will add 2 days in Montreal to its New York program, growing reference in the field of AI. In September, participants will be invited to a one-day boot camp session in Paris to introduce them to basic U.S. pitching strategies. Supported by the FACE Foundation, the program is aimed at giving French entrepreneurs a firm understanding of the North-American tech ecosystem. The upcoming edition will take place in New York from November 6 to 9 and in Montreal from November 12 to 13.
  • Le Créative Lab North America s’étend de New-York à Montréal
    Les services culturels de l'Ambassade de France aux Etats-Unis et Business France lancent la quatrième édition de leur programme dédié aux startups issues des industries culturelles,  créatives et touristiques. Le Créative Lab North America ajoutera cette année à la session de New York, 2 jours à Montréal, référence aujourd’hui incontournable dans le domaine de l'IA. En septembre, les participants seront invités à Paris à une journée de formation pour une première découverte de l’art du pitch à l’américain. Soutenu par la Fondation FACE et le Consulat général de France à Québec, ce programme vise à donner aux entrepreneurs français une bonne compréhension de l'écosystème technologique nord-américain. Cette prochaine édition aura lieu à New York du 6 au 9 novembre et à Montréal du 12 au 13 novembre.
  • French Immersion, a New Program to Support French VR and Immersive Projects in the United States
    The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, in partnership with Unifrance, the Institut français, the CNC, and FACE Foundation, launch French Immersion, a new program aiming to increase the export of French augmented and virtual reality projects and immersive experiences to the United States.
  • Lancement de French Immersion, Programme de Soutien des Projets Français d’immersion et de VR
    Les Services Culturels de l’Ambassade de France, en partenariat avec Unifrance, l’Institut Français et le CNC, lancent French Immersion, un nouveau programme de soutien à l'exportation de projets français de réalité virtuelle et augmentée et d'expériences immersives aux États-Unis.
  • First Edition Of Tout-Monde Festival In Miami
    The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, in close partnership with the France Florida Foundation for the Arts, are launching the first edition of the Tout-Monde Festival, first Caribbean Contemporary Arts Festival, which will take place in Miami from March 1st to March 4th, 2018, at the beginning of Francophonie Month.
  • Oui Design - Companion Exhibitions Explore Noguchi’s Akari Light Sculptures
    The Noguchi Museum presents two exhibitions devoted to Isamu Noguchi’s iconic Akari light sculptures, the lightweight, collapsible paper lanterns with which the artist remained deeply engaged from 1951 until the end of his life. Akari: Sculpture by Other Means will include some 60 lamps, representing about forty individual models, as well as a substantial selection of archival materials; Akari Unfolded: A Collection by YMER&MALTA will present a selection of 29 Akari-inspired lamp designs created by this innovative French design studio.