The literary magazine, The Believer, was created in San Francisco by Dave Eggers of McSweeny’s Publishing along with several of his friends. Now, for first time, a quarterly edition of The Believer will be available in French from the French publishing house Editions Inculte.
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy is pleased to announce the first U.S. publication of acclaimed French author/director Joël Pommerat (winner of Grand Prix for Dramatic Literature, Molière Award, and Associate Artist at both Odéon Theater of Europe, and National Theater of Belgium) in Theater magazine’s Summer 2012 edition.
On April 3rd, 2012, Antonin Baudry, Cultural Counselor and head of the French Cultural Services confered the insignia of Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters on Israel Horovitz at the French Embassy in New York. Israel Horovitz presented a short play in French and English for the occasion.
On March 26th 2012, New York University and Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne signed an agreement strengthening ties between the two institutions. During the signing ceremony that took place at the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research in Paris, Presidents John Sexton and Jean-Claude Colliard, expressed their common goal to encourage the collaboration between their two universities.
For five days in March, Paris will move to the rhythm of the international publishing industry...
On March 5th the Cultural Service of the French Embassy welcomed Mircea Cantor, recipient of the 2011 Marcel Duchamp Prize, and the critic Steven Henry Madoff, for a special discussion on the occasion of Cantor’s exhibition, Restless: Films and Other Works, at the Museum of Moving Image in New York.
Last November, the French Heritage Language Program organized a conference entitled "Heritage Languages and Social Cohesion," bringing together heritage language experts from all across the country to discuss the major issues facing heritage languages and heritage language education in the United States today