JANUARY 26, 2017

L'illustratrice et graphiste Marion Bataille était à Atlanta dans la cadre de sa tournée américaine !

By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

Marion Bataille, graphiste et auteur de livres pour enfants, est venue à Atlanta début février dans le cadre de sa tournée aux Etats-Unis et elle a présenté AOZ, un atelier de typographie.

JANUARY 26, 2017

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Jeremy Albet

Night of Philosphy and Ideas returns in the US! International Comics Festival in Angoulême is taking place this week; An excerpt from Abdourahman A. Waberi' 'Harvest of Skulls' published in Asymptote; The passing of Harry Mathews

JANUARY 24, 2017

University of Georgia in Athens received the 2016 France on Campus Award!

By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, in partnership with Kickstarter, with support from NAFSA and APLU, have launched the second edition of the France on Campus Award under the patronage of film director Wes Anderson. This award aims at discovering, celebrating and supporting initiatives that explore France in new and creative ways. Check out the UGA project who won the award!

JANUARY 24, 2017

Lancement Stage pédagogique de courte durée (SPCD) et Stage intensif (BELC) 2017

By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

Dans le cadre des SPCD (Stages Pédagogiques de Courte Durée), l'Ambassade de France attribuera 22 bourses pour suivre une formation courte en France durant l'été 2017 : 14 à destination des enseignants de français langue étrangère au Cavilam à Vichy, 6 aux enseignants de classes bilingues au CLA à Besançon, et 2 pour un stage intensif (BELC) de formation professionnelle à Nantes.

JANUARY 24, 2017

Oscar Nominations for French Films!

By FRENCH CULTURE FILM LA

The official Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday, January 24th. French and French Language films represent six categories, with eight total nominations!

JANUARY 24, 2017

Webinaires pédagogiques 2017

By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

                        Webinaires pédagogiques 2017           « Enseigner dans la langue cible : objectif 90 % »

JANUARY 24, 2017

Deadline today! University of North Georgia presents Federal Service Language Academy (FSLA) 2017

By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

The Federal Service Language Academy (FSLA) is a three-week residential program for students interested in an immersive intensive language experience, fitness, and exploring international-related careers with the federal government. Last year around 60 students from over 15 US states and one foreign countries successfully completed FSLA.

JANUARY 24, 2017

John M Armleder at Almine Rech Gallery

By French Culture Arts

Almine Rech Gallery presents John M Armleder, organized with Nicolas Trembley, from January 18-February 23, 2017. Marking his first solo exhibition in the gallery’s New York space, the renowned multi-disciplinary artist John M Armleder will present a historic ensemble of drawings created in the 1960s, a selection of notable Furniture Sculpture works from the 1980s, and a series of new paintings produced in New York specifically for the occasion.

JANUARY 23, 2017

Photographer Sophie Calle awarded with International Center of Photography's Infinity Awards

By French Culture Arts

The New York–based International Center of Photography, which reopened its museum last spring downtown on the Bowery, announced the 2017 winners of its Infinity Awards. This year’s recipient for art is the photographer and conceptual artist Sophie Calle.

JANUARY 18, 2017

Expo Chicago Announces 2017 French Curators | Florence Derieux & Katell Jaffrès

By Laurence Geannopulos

Expo Chicago, the International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art, announces Florence Derieux from Centre Pompidou as IN/SITU curator, as well as Katell Jaffrès from Palais de Tokyo for Hors Les Murs Exhibition in partnership with the Institut Français and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the US.

JANUARY 18, 2017

Oh Boy! in the press

By French Culture Arts

Following the U.S. premiere of Oh Boy! on Broadway, at the Duke on 42nd Street presented by the New Victory Theater, French newspaper Le Monde published an article about the fabulous adventure of director Olivier Letellier's production, translated into English and performed by American actor Matthew Brown.

JANUARY 18, 2017

Franck Vigroux in Collaboration with Antoine Schmitt and Kurt D'Haeseleer

By Francerocks

Tempest is a live audio and video performance by Franck Vigroux in collaboration with Antoine Schmitt. Just after the big bang, the universe was completely shapeless, filled with matter and energy, but irregularities were born, which became atoms, suns and planets…Within the primitive soup on Earth, indistinct molecules started to group as bacterias, to become life, animals, humans…Tempest recreates the sound and fury of these original maelstroms within which it searches for the origin of form, it looks for other forms. As an audio and visual performance, Tempest associates the analog instruments of Franck Vigroux with the visual algorithms of Antoine Schmitt, to create a real system-universes of pure chaos, that can be seen in the movements of millions of particles and can be heard through the roaring of air. By manipulating the internal forces of this chaos, the performers give birth to audio and visual shapes that develop in time, with more or less stability, more or less evidence.

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