Monday, January 31, 2011 (7)

Jan 31, 2011
December 21, 2010
  • a Vendre: une table a changer le bebe pottery barn valeur 299$ vendu 50$ plus tapie et plus

  • Dec 21, 2010 to Jan 31, 2011
  • Location: union square near by
  • Description:

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    pottery barn changing table white / little cream kendall Classic changing table

    very safe, love the space under to put diapers them toys very safe the baby start to walk .

    very easy with the space on the right side to put extra diapers cream cotton etc...

    after a long study this table was the best on the market ( not cheap but very solid and convenient)

    I finally says good by to the diapers I would love to share this table with another family

    like new...

    pick up only we are close of union square. this is a great deal

    more detail of the table from the web


    * Rigorously tested to meet or exceed the highest industry safety standards.
    * Masterfully crafted from solid wood, wood veneers and MDF, anengineered wood that lends exceptional strength and ensures that thechanging table will endure over time.
    * All wood is kiln dried for added strength and lasting beauty.
    * The use of veneers results in high-quality furniture with flawless surfaces and consistent color tones.
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  • Created by: brigitte saint Ouen
January 10, 2011
  • Acting in French classes: spotlight on Joel Pommerat

  • Jan 10, 2011 at 1:00pm to Feb 16, 2011 at 5:00pm
  • Location: Chelsea
  • Description:
    Registration is now open for January French classes with Act French (  in Manhattan.

    -French language classes

    -Acting in French

    -Act American: for internationals

    Semester Spotlight : Joël Pommerat et la France Métropolitaine

    We offer:
    *French language classes for performing arts professionals and theatre lovers with a focus on contemporary French theatre from around the world (no acting or French experience necessary)

    *Acting in French for native speakers and fluent theatre lovers


    *Act American: an acting in English class for international students and Americans who want to connect to the international community or learn to translate for the American theatre.

    *Theatrical excursions



    Pearl Studios: 500 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10011

    Actors, opera singers, filmmakers, editors, lawyers, journalists and all theatre enthusiasts equally welcome.

    4 classes

    Français I (for beginners) - Monday at 6:15pm
    Français II (for intermediates) - Mondays at 8:15pm

  • Created by: Manisha Snoyer - Actress/Teacher
January 11, 2011
  • French Artist, Patrick Girod, in NYC Exhibition

  • Jan 11, 2011 at 6:00am to Feb 1, 2011 at 1:00pm
  • Location: Agora Gallery
  • Description: Chelsea’s Agora Gallery will feature French artist, Patrick Girod, in Enigmatic Realms. The exhibition is scheduled to run from January 11, 2011 through February 1, 2011 (opening reception: Thursday, January 13, 2011).Patrick Girod’s work combines the ecstatic effulgence considered endemic to his native France with the strictness and humility associated with Switzerland. Working with oil on canvas in a traditional drip technique, Girod’s meandering compositions match the fanaticism of Pollock with the austerity of the Minimalists. Equally heuristic and playful, Girod’s oil drips appear in modest quantities but act fiercely upon the senses, creating a "neuronal impressionism" reminiscent of music, dance and dream life. Thin, wailing lines come to meet delicate droplets falling in place like cosmic constellations or notes in a swinging musical score. In other instances, we see Girod’s swift stroke take on anthropomorphic qualities, suggesting movement and bodily communication. Form, line
  • Created by: Lee Eagle
January 15, 2011
  • Act American: An acting class for internationals

  • Jan 15, 2011 at 6:00am to Feb 12, 2011 at 9:00am
  • Location: Pearl Studios
  • Description:

    In this introduction to acting workshop, international students will have the opportunity to learn basic acting technique while improving their English skills. We will incorporate voice work, physical improvisation and scene study to prepare students to perform in American English. The 5 session class will culminate in a presentation of  monologues and scenes. In keeping with our mission to promote international theatre by living artists, we will draw on texts by contemporary international playwrights from around the world. Students will have the choice to work on contemporary American texts or translate their scene or monologue into English from their native tongue, if they so desire.  The class will include regular visits to international theatre events followed by discussion.


    This class is also appropriate for American students who want to connect to the international community and improve their skills in translating international plays for the American theatre.


    When: Saturdays 11-2

  • Created by: Manisha Snoyer - Actress/Teacher
  • This Fall: Focus on French Design

  • Jan 15, 2011 at 7:00pm to Feb 18, 2011 at 6:00pm
  • Location: Museum of Art & Design / Parson School of Design / Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
    May 14, 2010 - January 9, 2011
    A conversation with François Azambourg, Eben Bayer and other triennial participants about innovative materials designers are using in their work.
    Moderated by Andrew H. Dent, Vice President, Material Connexion
    Free for students
    NOVEMBER 16th at 6:30PM
    2 East 91st Street, NY 10128

    Panel discussion between two significant product design studios based in Paris (Normal Studio, François Azambourg) with New York City counterparts (Antenna Design, Jeff Miller). Moderated by Parsons Associate Professor Rama Chorpash.

    NOVEMBER 18th AT 6PM
    65 West 11th Street, NY 10011
    wollman Hall, Lang Building - Room B500 (enter at 66 West 12th Street) - Free event
  • Created by: Marion Brun
January 31, 2011
  • RSVP Now to Attend Live Broadcast of 5/7 Boulevard Radio Show

  • Jan 31, 2011 from 7:00am to 8:00am
  • Location: Cultural Services
  • Description:

           For one week only, the popular France Inter radio show, 5/7 Boulevard, will be broadcasting from the New York headquarters of the French Cultural Services, and you are invited to attend! Hosted by well-known presenter Philippe Collin, the show covers a wide gamut of cultural and social issues and features interviews with luminaries from all walks of life, all in a light-hearted tone.

           As always, the show will be recorded live in front of an audience, of which you can be a part.

           Five sessions will be held from Monday, January 31 to Friday, February 4, from 12pm to 1pm at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy (972 Fifth Avenue at 79th Street).

           Seating is limited, so please RSVP and indicate which session you would like to attend to

           Please note that audience members must arrive before 11:40am. Because the show is recorded live, latecomers will not be seated.

  • Created by: New York in French
  • Avant-première of HOME and panel discussion with director Yann Arthus-Bertrand

  • Jan 31, 2011 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall, Columbia University
  • Description:

    RSVP by January 28 at

    Spanning54 countries, all seen from the air, this film captures theEarth's incomparable beauty and acknowledges its vulnerability.

    Director and French photographer Yann Arthus- Bertrand, author of Earth From Above, founder and president of the Goodplanet Foundation, will be present to introduce HOME. 


    Panelists will include

    • DavidBerreby, journalist and author (moderator)
    • Dr. Gavin A. Schmidt, climatologist and climate modeler at the NASA GoddardInstitute for    Space Studies
    • Dr. Maria Uriarte, Assistant Professor in the Department of Ecology,Evolution & Environmental Biology, Columbia University
    • Peter Seligmann, Chairman & CEO, Conservation International

    This event is co-sponsored by the Columbia Climate Center.Major support for this screening and panel discussion is provided byConservation International.


  • Created by: Carly DeFilippo