MAY 11, 2016

France honors three Brooklyn school leaders for role in Bilingual Revolution

By FRENCH LANGUAGE NY

Here's to three great school leaders.

MAY 10, 2016

Join us on the Kids Trail!

By French Culture

Designed as a yearlong artistic journey, Kids Trail offers children and adults the opportunity to explore French arts and culture through a variety of disciplines: cinema, theater, design, dance, visual arts, philosophy, music and literature.

MAY 10, 2016

La Poste française at the World Stamp Show – NY 2016

By French Culture

For the first time this spring, La Poste française, represented by Phil@poste, will be present at the World Stamp Show - NY 2016. It will showcase four new collector stamps that celebrate the 130th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty.

MAY 10, 2016

"Echappés In The Streets" by Valérie Fourrier and Ursula Bensimon

By French Culture Arts

"Echappés In The Streets" is the result of both Valerie Fourrier’s original idea to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the City Ballet of San Diego (USA), and her encounter with a talented photographer, Ursula Bensimon.

MAY 10, 2016

A Choreographic Exploration of le commerce triangulaire

By HIGHER EDUCATION NY

A Choreographic Exploration of le commerce triangulaire is a student-led dance project supported by the French Embassy that uses French texts as the basis for creating movement and introducing new audiences to French culture and history.

MAY 5, 2016

Deserting the Site - Houston & Marfa

By FRENCH CULTURE HOUSTON

Deserting the Site is the first project of DUST (Desert Unit for Speculative Territories) a three-year series of transdisciplinary seminars, lectures, events and workshops co-organized by les Beaux-Arts de Nantes Metropole (France) and the School of Art at the University of Houston (TX) and conceived by Ida Soulard and Abinadi Meza in the wider context of Fieldwork: Marfa, with the support of the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Houston.

MAY 5, 2016

The future of bilingual education

By FRENCH LANGUAGE NY

The Goethe-Institut New York is organizing a symposium on dual language programs for school administrators, teachers, and parents from New York City and the tri-state area.

MAY 2, 2016

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Amy Martin

Celebrating Jean Genet's plays; interviews with Andreï Makine and Karim Miské; Olivier Wierviorka’s The French Resistance; the 2016 Best Translated Book Award shortlist and the 2016 Eisner Awards nominations; Michèle Audin on Oulipo and One Hundred Twenty-One Days; the Book Department is looking for an American communications intern to start July 1!

MAY 2, 2016

Wajdi Mouawad: New Director of Théâtre national de la Colline

By French Culture Arts

In April 2016, playwright, actor, and director Wajdi Mouawad was appointed director of the Théâtre national de la Colline in Paris.

APRIL 26, 2016

MegaCities ShortDocs Contest and Festivals

By FRENCH CULTURE FILM

MegaCities ShortDocs international contest and festivals are held in Megacities (or metropolises) to support the production of short documentaries that raise awareness about urban challenges. Applications for 2016 edition are now open to 11 megacities: New York, Mexico, São Paulo, Paris, Cairo, Moscow, Delhi, Manila, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo.

APRIL 25, 2016

Sandtown Murals

By FRENCH CULTURE DC

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy is pleased to present the project Sandtown Murals led in partnership with CrossCurrents Foundation.

APRIL 25, 2016

France honors Edouard Duval-Carrie with the Order of Arts and Letters

By FRENCH CULTURE MIAMI

Haitian artist Edouard Duval-Carrie received the Medal for Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters from the Consul General of France. He was awarded for his artistic accomplishments and his support of French and Francophone culture locally and internationally.

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