We are delighted to announce the new grantees for the Fall 2016 session of our French Voices Award.
As the holiday season approaches, the book Department offers a subjective, partial and incomplete selection of the best in holiday celebrations through French literature. From major French classic authors to contemporary and children books’ writers, Christmas is celebrated by many fiction characters!
Co-presented by the French Embassy and the Brooklyn Public Library, A Night of Philosophy and Ideas returns to New York this winter with an an all-night marathon of philosophical debate, original performances, art installations, screenings, readings, and music at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Although the advent of Art Basel Miami Beach over the last years has made Florida the home to the world’s most important contemporary art fair, many art residency programs have thrived for over twenty years in the state welcoming established and emerging artists from around the world.
In 2016, several articles exploring the benefits of bilingualism––from its power to boost empathy and attention to protecting against cognitive decline––were published. Read on below for a round up of some of the most informative ones .
New England Foundation for the Arts-National Dance Projec (NEFA-NDP), the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, and FACE Foundation announce the 2017 call for application for the FUSED program.
Did you know that a third of all foreign direct investment in the U.S. comes from francophone countries?
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, Institut français-Paris, and FACE Fondation (French American Cultural Exchange), Bureau Export, and Paris Jazz Club are delighted to present French Highlights 2017 this winter in New York City featuring some of France’s most daring contemporary art and performance artists.
With the generous support of the French Embassy, the College of Staten Island offered scholarships to eight City University of New York students allowing them study abroad. Travelling with their professor in July 2016, the students (six from the College of Staten Island and two from the Graduate Center) became filmmakers in the city of Tours. As a group, they brought with them a wide range of interests in the arts—filmmaking, photography, theater, animation, and writing. With these talents, the students created a short film, L’ÉTÉ EN SUSPENS (A SUMMER PAUSED).
The France-Louisiana Accords 2016-2020 were signed in Baton Rouge on Friday, December 2 during a formal ceremony on the steps of the Louisiana State Capitol. These accords establish a cooperative effort to support French immersion education in the state. This agreement will pave a path for a historic relationship between Louisiana and France for the next four years.