I use to say that:
Every time something has been created for children' spirit development, it is just a new stone to build a better world.
Art represents the right space to make it work.
How amazing will it be to have those coming exhibits!
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Over the past sixty years, the eyes and instincts of Robert Delpire have shaped much of the world’s understanding of photography. A prolific publisher and exhibition organizer, with a razorsharp comprehension of the graphic arts, Delpire has had a defining hand in the careers of many of the master photographers of recent history.
An exhibition featuring a half century of…Continue
This free, trilingual iPhone app devoted to French cinema is intended for a broad film-going public and for film industry professionals, in France and abroad.
uniFrance Films launches its first free iPhone app totally dedicated to French cinema intended for both the mainstream…Continue
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If March is the month of Francophonie, for most French Heritage students here in the United-States Francophonie is a year-round event. This spring has seen in this respect many successful projects and activities, in which students from various schools in New York had the opportunity to advocate for their common language and the many…Continue
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Holy River is a multimedia exhibition by the New York based artist Prune Nourry and curated by Tatyana Franck. Sculptures, installations, photographs and videos will take over the entire ground floor of the Invisible Dog. The Holy River exhibition is the…Continue
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BEFILM THE UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL 2012 OPENS WITH AN ARRAY OF WORLD PREMIERES (9 films) as well as US and/or NEW YORK PREMIERES…Continue
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Je suis journaliste à New York pour le magazine France-Amérique (www.france-amerique.com) et je recherche des Français qui accepteraient de témoigner dans le cadre d'un article sur les expatriés français qui ont perdu leur emploi et qui ont décidé de rester aux Etats-Unis (pour des raisons personnelles ou professionnelles).
Je souhaiterais connaître le quotidien aux Etats-Unis d'un Français soit au chômage / soit qui…Continue
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In celebration of French-American friendship, this year's Films on the Green festival will feature the best of classic and recent French films all based on French and American literature. From Donald E. Westlake's bestselling novel, "The Ax," to Victor Hugo's poem, "How Good are the Poor," discover how great directors like François Truffaut, Jacques Demy and Costa-Gavras have adapted works of literature.
The Festival, in its fifth year, is presented…Continue
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“The more identities a man has, the more they express the person they conceal.”
― John le Carré, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy…
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There is no kids' food in French school lunches. While the French serve things most of our kids would recognize (lasagna, for example), they also have kids eating everything from beet salad to endive, lentils to lettuce, and even roast guinea fowl and stinky blue cheese. And that’s what the preschoolers get.
Six million French…Continue
Monday, April 16, 7:00 p.m.
Florence Gould Event
French Literature in the Making…Continue
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In any little Parisian restaurant du quartier nothing beats sitting down à table that's appropriately covered with a starched white linen tablecloth and an equally starched over sized napkins standing at attention patiently awaiting your arrival. The service as…Continue
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