SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

Pierre Huyghe, Winner of the 2017 Nasher Prize

By FRENCH CULTURE HOUSTON

The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, TX announces French artist Pierre Huyghe as the winner of the 2017 Nasher Prize. In its second year, the $100,000 Nasher Prize is the most ambitious international award in sculpture honoring a living artist who elevates the understanding of sculpture and its possibilities.

SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Jeremy Albet

The month-long Festival, French Comics Framed, started on Monday! Most anticipated books in translation by women this year. Nathalie Léger featured in the Paris Review. Sarah Kaminsky's biography on her father, an expert in forgery. Passing of writer, editor and journalist Gilles Carpentier.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault Launches New Projects for Fieldwork Marfa

By French Culture

Joint Project in Contemporary Art between the Nantes School of Art, the University of Houston School of Art and Geneva School of Art and Design

SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Upcoming Performances from Harpist Melanie Genin

By Francerocks

Hailed by the Epoch Times as a “singular virtuoso with an exquisitely sensitive playing” Mélanie Genin, is a French harpist currently based in New York. She has recently made her debut at Carnegie Hall as a soloist in the Debussy Dances for harp and orchestra as the first prizewinner of the International Shining stars series.

SEPTEMBER 20, 2016

Director Abbas Fahdel presents “Homeland: Iraq Year Zero” in a special tour of US Universities

By FRENCH CULTURE FILM

Director Abbas Fahdel will be presenting his latest film Homeland, Iraq Year Zero, in multiple universities on the East coast of the United States.

SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

French-American Digital Lab 2016 Startups Selected

By French Culture

Six French startup teams have been selected to participate in the 2016 New York edition of the French-American Digital Lab.

SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Jeremy Albet

The Fall Publishing Season in France is marked by the return of most prestigious literary prizes including the Prix Goncourt, New York Times Review of Books promotes the upcoming release of four novels translated from French, Lithub spotlights the young writer prodigy Edouard Louis with his acclaimed book "The End of Eddy Bellegueule", The success of Festival America in Vincennes.

SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

Films on the Green 2016 Photo Album

By FRENCH CULTURE FILM

The ninth annual Films on the Green festival has closed a sometimes rainy but successful year! Follow the much loved French film festival as it made its way from park to park, in our online photo album.

SEPTEMBER 12, 2016

Interview with Valerie Steele, Director and chief curator of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology

By French Culture Arts

Valerie Steele has organized more than 25 exhibitions since 1997, including The Corset, London Fashion, Gothic: Dark Glamour; Daphne Guinness, A Queer History of Fashion, Dance and Fashion and the forthcoming Proust’s Muse, the Countess Greffulhe.

SEPTEMBER 8, 2016

"French Comics Framed" Festival

By FRENCH CULTURE BOOKS

The French Comics Association is pleased to present the inaugural French Comics Framed, a monthlong festival devoted to highlighting the best work of Francophone comics artists and graphic novelists. The festival comprises an exhibition at The Cooper Union and a series of discussions around New York City. Most events are free and open to the public.

SEPTEMBER 6, 2016

Dance Conversation with Anne Nguyen and Sonia Bel Hadj Brahim, Compagnie par Terre

By French Culture Arts

Breakdance world champion Anne Nguyen makes her U.S. debut at Crossing the Line festival with Graphic Cyphers, a commission from the organization Dancing in the Streets, and the presentation of the quartet Autarcie (…) Anne Nguyen and Sonia Bel Hadj Brahim, one of the dancers of Autarcie (…) speak with Nicole Birmann Bloom, Program Officer, Performing Arts, French Cultural Services.

SEPTEMBER 4, 2016

Princeton University's France Global Seminar on French Theater Today

By French Culture Arts

Princeton University's France Global Seminar entitled French Theater Today: In Practice and Performance in Paris and at the Avignon Theater Festival, took place from June 11 to July 23, 2016. Coordinated by Senior Lecturer Florent Masse, the course introduced students to the rich history of French theater, to its traditional and contemporary scene, as well as to the vibrant Avignon Festival. Sam Gravitte, student, shares his impressions.

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