MARCH 29, 2016

Apply for Fall 2016 Admission to Le Fresnoy Studio national des arts contemporains

By French Culture Arts

Applications are being accepted through April 29, 2016 for fall 2016 admission to Le Fresnoy Studio National des arts contemporains.

MARCH 24, 2016

Sociolinguists visit French Heritage Language Program in the Bronx

By FRENCH LANGUAGE NY

It is not everyday that you get to take a group of world-renown socio-linguists to the Bronx for a visit of the French Heritage Language Program: Christine Helot,

MARCH 24, 2016

Sociolinguists visit French Heritage Language Program in the Bronx

By Fabrice Jaumont

It is not everyday that you get to take a group of world-renown socio-linguists to the Bronx for a visit of the French Heritage Language Program: Christine Helot,

MARCH 24, 2016

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Amy Martin

Grieving through comics after Brussels attack; Albertine makes French books accessible throughout the US; literary prizes this week; new survey reveals French reading habits; Festival America 2016 invited authors announced.

MARCH 24, 2016

France on Campus Award Winning Teams Launch Projects at U.S. Universities

By French Culture

Student organizations that have won France on Campus Awards are beginning to launch their projects, which explore and promote French culture in new and creative ways.

MARCH 23, 2016

French Corners At Book Stores

By FRENCH CULTURE LA

Book lovers will get their reading lists ready! Independent libraries across the United States and more specifically in Los Angeles (Book Soup) and Denver (Tattered Cover Book Store) will soon be providing curated "French Corners", designed to bring you the best of French and Francophone literature!

MARCH 23, 2016

Les Arts Florissants in the United States

By Francerocks

Celebrated conductor William Christie and his acclaimed early-music ensemble Les Arts Florissants explore the hedonistic side of the French Baroque with the rarely staged opéra-ballet Les Fêtes Vénitiennes, by André Campra (1660-1744), famed successor to composer Jean-Baptiste Lully. Gamblers, carnies, gypsies, and jilted lovers—baring lots of leg via scanty updates on period dress—populate a series of stories in this crimson-hued carnival of courtly music, dance from Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, and Venetian decadence, originally conceived in the anti-authoritarian ferment surrounding the Sun King Louis XIV’s final days. Play-within-a-play plot devices, melodies borrowed from Lully’s opera Atys, gliding gondolas, and dancing sheep round out Campra’s whimsical nod to French libertinism. They will perform in New York at the Guggenheim on April 11th and the Brooklyn Academy of Music from April 14th through 17th, as well as select dates around the country.

MARCH 22, 2016

Le Français Oui, But Why?

By Fabrice Jaumont

Le Français Oui, But Why? Reflecting on French language and French and Francophone Cultures at the Lycée Fançais de New York - Saturday, April 16, 2016

MARCH 21, 2016

Alain Mabanckou at the Collège de France

By FRENCH CULTURE LA

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MARCH 17, 2016

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Amy Martin

Alain Mabanckou delivers his first lecture at the Collège de France; Paris hosts the 36th annual Salon du Livre; Presses Universitaires de France bookstore has a new location and a new way to sell books; The French-American Foundation has announced their 2015 translation prize finalists; a new union for literary agents promotes and defends the profession in Francophone publishing; upcoming American releases; MEL Publisher aims to renew interest in living but under-appreciated comics artists.

MARCH 15, 2016

Albertine Now Offers 28,000 Ebooks

By French Culture

Albertine, the French Embassy’s reading room and bookshop in New York, is now offering a selection of nearly 28,000 high quality French language ebooks via its website, Albertine.com

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