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May 26
Film Series
POSTPONED | The Confession Embassy of France - La Maison Française 4101 Reservoir Road, NW - Washington, DC

Videos

“Alaïa-Adrian: Masters of Cut” with Olivier Saillard at SCAD FASH Atlanta
Throwback to A Night of Philosophy & Ideas
A Night of Philosophy & Ideas is an annual nocturnal marathon of philosophical debate, performances, screenings, readings, and music. Inspired by La Nuit des idées, a project of the Institut Français, various events take place around the world, including in US cities like New York. There, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy traditionally co-presented the event at the Central Library branch in Grand Army Plaza.  Read more about Throwback to A Night of Philosophy & Ideas
Night of Philosophy & Ideas 2020 Live from Brooklyn
A Night of Philosophy & Ideas, an all-night marathon of philosophical debate, performances, screenings, readings, music, and virtual reality, returns to the main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library on February 1, 2020. Events will be streamed LIVE from Brooklyn between 7 pm and 11 pm EST.Read more about Night of Philosophy & Ideas 2020 Live from Brooklyn
France-Atlanta 2019
A Night of Philosophy & Ideas
Festival Albertine: The Climate Moment
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Music-Mind-Movement: Diemo Schwarz and Grace Leslie
In collaboration with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the USA, Georgia Tech School of Music is establishing strong links in research and education with France’s IRCAM. An agreement will be signed between Georgia Tech and IRCAM to formalize the collaboration. Read more about Music-Mind-Movement: Diemo Schwarz and Grace Leslie
Chicago Between Gestures Festival
France-Atlanta 2019 – Cultural Program
The Thing About France
The Thing About France is a podcast where cultural figures explore the fascinating and complicated relationship between France and America. By hearing the personal stories of prominent artists and professionals who immersed themselves in France—whether intellectually or by living abroad—we’ll gain insight into how our countries are the same, and how they differ, on pressing topics including Me Too, climate change, and cultural appropriation—and much more. Read more about The Thing About France