- Sep 8, 2014 at 5:00am to Jun 26, 2015 at 9:00am EDT
- Location: In Williamsburg
Our French immersion program in Williamsburg / Greenpoint which will begin in September 2014 has spots open for children 2.5 yrs to 4 yrs old.
Led by experienced and dynamic French speakers this program will follow a curriculum and offer our children an opportunity to learn about our world through creative and dramatic play, arts, stories, singing, playing, learning alphabet, numbers sharing meals all immersed in the French language.
Our drop-off classes will meet in a child-friendly rented room at Play, 33 Nassau avenue ( by the MC Carren park) in Brooklyn from 9:00am to 1:00pm Mondays- Fridays ( 2, 3 and 5 days options) starting September 8, 2014 to the end of June 2015.
For more info contact me at frenchforlittleones at gmail dot com
- Created by: Magda Lahliti
- Nov 5, 2014 at 3:15am EST to Jun 26, 2015 at 11:15am EDT
- Location: P. S. 84
P. S. 84 in Manhattan is seeking a French speaking Teacher Assistant to work full time in a K and 1st grade French Dual Language Class. PTA Funded.
If you are interested, email me Tflores@schools.nyc.gov or call (212) 799-2534.
- Created by: Theresa Flores
- Apr 24, 2015 at 7:00am to May 14, 2015 at 2:00pm EDT
- Location: Agora Gallery
The original work of four French artists Albert Lichten, Claude MacBurnie, Laurent Moreau and VAST will be on display at Agora Gallery, NYC. The exhibitions open on April 24th and run until May 14th, 2015. The opening reception takes place on the evening of Thursday, April 30th from 6-8 PM. Any art lover who enjoys thought-provoking artworks and meeting talented and interesting artists is encouraged to attend.
Albert Lichten - http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Albert_Lichten.aspx
Claude MacBurnie - http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Claude_MacBurnie.aspx
Laurent Moreau - http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Laurent_Moreau.aspx
VAST - http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/VAST.aspx
About Albert Lichten
The painting heritage of Albert Lichten is complex; his influences are Fauvism, Cubism, and abstraction. He feels close to Matisse, but his main approach is a personal resumption of the Cubist discovery of multidimensionality. Thus the little characters which are repr
- Created by: Lee Eagle
- Apr 26, 2015 at 4:00pm to May 10, 2015 at 1:00pm EDT
- Location: Theater for the New City
The New Stage Theatre Company is proud to present the world premiere of "Night (Thyestes 2.0)", a movement theatre piece written by Charles L. Mee and directed by Ildiko Nemeth, with projection design and Visuals by Laia Cabrera and Isabelle Duverger. Inspired by Seneca's Thyestes, the piece combines sections of the classic tale with an equally dark modern vision. A whirlwind of vivid scenes bridges the torture, murder and cannibalism dogging ill-fated Tantalus to modern plagues both frightening and banal, from war crimes to YouTube vapidity. This world premiere performance brings a bold mix of standout projection design and visuals, choreography, costuming, lighting and sound to Mee’s rhapsodic vision, resulting in a night of wonderfully disorienting theatre.
Directed by Ildiko Nemeth
In collaboration with:
Laia Cabrera & Isabelle Duverger - Visuals and Projection Design
Federico Restrepo - Lighting
Egle Paulauskaite - Costume
Galway McCullough - Fight Choreography
- Created by: Isabelle Duverger
- Apr 29, 2015 at 3:30pm to May 3, 2015 at 5:00pm EDT
- Location: The Joyce Theater
The Joyce Theater presents:
Lyon Opera Ballet
Apr 29-May 3
Lyon Opera Ballet, heralded for its commitment to showcasing the work of significant contemporary choreographers, performs a spectacular program featuring some of the best choreography created over the last thirty years. On tap is William Forsythe’s Steptext, a 1985 quartet for three male and one female dancer in which the choreographer plays with theatrical conventions and constantly shifts weight and balance between dancers. The program also includes Benjamin Millepied’s Sarabande, a “rollicking work” for four male dancers that includes “good-natured jostling” Dance Magazine and the New York premiere of the Israeli-born, French-based choreographer Emanuel Gat’s Sunshine.More info.
- Created by: Aktina Stathaki
- Apr 30, 2015 from 2:00pm to 3:30pm EDT
- Location: East Gallery, Buell Hall, Columbia University
Why do we sometimes feel like strangers even when we are at home? Why do we sometimes feel at home in places where we have no roots? Why do we like to return there and why do we feel nostalgic when we are away? What does it mean to be at home? Can we ever really be at home? These are just some of the questions treated by philosopher and philologist Barbara Cassin in her new work Nostalgia: When Are We Ever at Home? (La Nostalgie, Quand donc est-on chez soi ? Ulysse, Enée, Arendt, Autrement, 2013.) Through a subtle re-reading of the writings of Homer, Virgil, and Hannah Arendt, Cassin produces an in-depth analysis, at once scholarly and personal, of nostalgia and its relationship to language.
Barbara Cassin is a French philologist and philosopher. She is Emeritus Research Director at the CNRS in Paris. Cassin is the author or editor of more than 20 works of philosophy, including the Dictionary of Untranslatables (2004 / English translation 2014), a philosophical lexicon
- Created by: Columbia Maison Francaise