Join three-time Grammy Award winner Angélique Kidjo, one of the greatest artists in international music today, as she discusses her extraordinary career, her life-long commitment to women and Africa, and her memoir, ‘Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music’ (HarperCollins) with John Schaefer.
MOSHI is a witty mustache which sticks on children’s face to teach them how to philosophize and express their ideas in artistic ways. Every MOSHI workshop is unique but are based on 2 pillars : philosophy and arts. Indeed, philosophy is a tool to develop children’s creativity.
Inezita Gay-Eckel, and Gislain Aucremanne, both professors at L’École - The School of Jewelry Arts supported by Van Cleef & Arpels, will discuss ‘Flora in The Art of Jewelry’ by Patrick Mauriès and Évelyne Possémé.
Join us for an evening of celebration and conversation with world-renowned poet Adonis, winner of the Pen/Nabokov Award for International Literature.
Anka Muhlstein and Caroline Weber delve into the passionate involvement with the fine arts of French novelists Balzac, Zola, Proust, Huysmans, and Maupassant.
When it comes to parenting, Parisians and New Yorkers could not be more different. A charmingly illustrated guide to child-rearing, ‘Say Bonjour to the Lady: Parenting from Paris to New York’ pokes fun at the extremes of both approaches, while celebrating two of the greatest cities in the world.
Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s grandnephew and director of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry – d’Agay Estate, Olivier de Giraud d’Agay, filmmaker Mark Osborne, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Stacy Schiff will discuss the exceptional life and work of the famous aviation pioneer and internationally-renowned writer.
Mark Lilla and Gilles Kepel will discuss Kepel’s Terror in France, an explosive account of the radicalization of a segment of Muslim youth that led to those attacks—and of the failure of governments in France and across Europe to address it.
On the occasion of François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea’s performances at Dia:Beacon in May 2017 (more information here), the Cultural Services of the French Embassy host a conversation with the Paris-based choreographers and Kelly Kivland, Associate Curator, Dia Art Foundation on Monday, May 15, 6:30 pm.
Joining Joseph Weismann will be Debórah Dwork, Paul and Richard Kutner, and Susan Zuccotti, for a conversation on ‘After The Roundup’, the true memoir of eleven-year-old Weismann, who was rounded up in Paris with 13,000 other Jews by the French police in July 1942.
Join us for an evening of readings with Andrew Seguin and Jérôme Game.
Au coeur d’un mystère qui hante trois générations, La Dernière des Stanfield nous entraîne de la France occupée à l’été 44, à Baltimore dans la liberté des années 80, jusqu’à Londres et Montréal de nos jours. Join Bestselling author Marc Levy and founder/CEO of French Morning Emmanuel de Saint Martin ...
Is French Laicite – secularism in state funded public schools and, more generally, in the public sphere – a valid unifying social concept in a multicultural world, or is it cultural imperialism, as often described by American liberals?