NOVEMBER 16, 2016

Interview with Justine Pluvinage, Video-Film Artist

By Laurence Geannopulos

[Chicago]: Read an interview with video-film artist Justine Pluvinage, part of Resilient Images, an artist-in-residence program between the Centre regional de la photographie Nord-Pas-de-Calais and Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago.

NOVEMBER 8, 2016

Interview with Charlotte Vignon, Curator of Decorative Arts at The Frick Collection

By French Culture Arts

On the occasion of the Pierre Gouthière exhibition at The Frick Collection, we talked with Charlotte Vignon, Curator of Decorative Arts at The Frick Collection, and Visiting Associate Professor at the Bard Graduate Center, New York.

OCTOBER 13, 2016

Interview with Esther da Costa Meyer, curator of 'Pierre Chareau: Modern and Architecture' at The Jewish Museum

By French Culture Arts

Esther da Costa Meyer is professor of modern architecture at the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. Her research focuses on architecture in its interaction with globalization, neoliberalism, and environmental change, connections that challenge the anthropocentric, monographic models of traditional historiography. She also works on the architectural practices of colonial powers in the Global South, as well as the emerging cultures of resistance that were themselves highly hybrid, transnational, and diasporic.

SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

Interview with Sharon Fantl, Assistant Director, Redfern Arts Center, Keene State College, NH

By French Culture Arts

Sharon Fantl, Assistant Director, Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College, NH, attended the Dance Focus 2016 organized by Institut francais and ONDA (office national de diffusion artistique) from September 21 to 24, 2016, at the Lyon Dance Biennial. The 2016 edition of DANCE FOCUS -- designed for international presenters and curators - brought together more than 280 professionals from 50 different countries.

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 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.

AUGUST 31, 2016

Interview with Mohamed El Khatib, author-director

By French Culture Arts

French/Moroccan author and director Mohamed El Khatib presented "Finir en beauté”, a solo lecture presentation on loss and remembrance, drawing from documents from his family’s past at Time Based Art Festival, Portland Institute of the Arts (September 16-18) and at Princeton Festival of Princeton University Seuls en scène (September 28-29).

JULY 18, 2016

Interview with Artists Alliance Director Jodi Waynberg

By French Culture Arts

Jodi Waynberg is the Executive Director of Artists Alliance Inc, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the careers of emerging and underrepresented artists and curators through residencies, exhibitions, and commissioned projects.

JUNE 27, 2016

‘Degas in New Orleans’…the scandalous tale as told by playwright Rosary O’Neill

By FRENCH CULTURE NEW ORLEANS

Playwright Rosary O'Neill, is proud to be a seventh generation, bilingual, New Orleanian. Though she now lives and works in New York City, she maintains a soft-spot for people who were associated with Louisiana, such as the famous voodoo witch Marie Laveau. At present, Rosary is working on a project involving the famed French Impressionist artist Edgar Degas, who visited New Orleans in 1872.

JUNE 10, 2016

Philosophy for Kids

By Suzanne Buracas

On March 19, 2016, as part the Tilt Kids Festival, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in New York initiated a one-of-a-kind event for children, inspired by the French books "Les Goûters Philo". Under the starry ceiling of Albertine Books, 80 children gathered in small groups to deep dive into philosophy and express their thoughts on subjects such as friendship and the infinite. The workshops were led by Critchley’s PhD students, who shared their experiences with us following this first-time event.

JUNE 6, 2016

Interview with ICP Curator Pauline Vermare

By French Culture Arts

Pauline Vermare is an Associate Curator at the International Center of Photography, New York, where she has worked since 2010. We asked her about the new ICP Museum and the inaugural show, Public, Private, Secret, opening June 23.

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