New York in French's Events (36)

November 5, 2011
Saturday
  • Heritage Languages and Social Cohesion Conference

  • Nov 5, 2011 from 5:00am to 2:00pm
  • Location: Lycee francais de New York
  • Description:

    9.00 

    Introduction

    9.15 
    Welcome Address

    9:30 - 10:00 
    Keynote: Marcello M. Suárez-Orozco (The Courtney Sale Ross University Professor of Globalization and Education, New York University)

    10:00 - 11:30 
    Panel 1: Heritage Language Research and Social Cohesion

    “A central question for research today: how does heritage languages teaching and learning help us to understand and answer issues of social cohesion?”

    Panelists: Marie-Michelle Monéreau-Merry (National Heritage Language Resource Center, University of California, Los Angeles), Joy Kreeft Peyton (Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington DC), Christine Hélot (University of Strasbourg, France), Ana Roca (Florida International University)

    Discussant: Jane Ross (President of the French Heritage Language Program)

    11:45 - 13:15 
    Panel 2: Communities, Heritage Cultures, and Integration

    “Actors on the ground representing diverse francophone communities speak about the realities of their heritage in an American context”

    Panelists: Asnath Fleur

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July 9, 2011
Saturday
  • FILMS ON THE GREEN FESTIVAL | Towards Zero / L'Heure Zéro by Pascal Thomas | FREE!

  • Jul 9, 2011 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Location: Riverside Park South
  • Description:
    FILMS ON THE GREEN FESTIVAL

    L'Heure Zéro | Towards Zero
    By Pascal Thomas | 2007
    With Danielle Darrieux, François Morel, Laura Smet, Melvil Poupaud, Chiara Mastroianni
    In French with English Subtitles
    Not Rated | 104 min

    Whatever possessed Guillaume Neuville (Poupaud) to invite his ex-wife Aude (Mastroianni) and his current wife Caroline (Smet) to spend the summer vacation at his rich aunt (Darrieux)’s home in Brittany? Two Mrs Neuville beneath the same roof is one too many in this adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel.
     
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    Films on the Green Festival is organized by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.

    Thanks to our official sponsors BNP Paribas and TV5 Monde and our supporters Open Skies, French Institute Alliance Française, The New York Observer, Keep in News Agency and FACE.
    For more information about the Festival
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June 7, 2011
Tuesday
  • Raymond Verdaguer presents the Statue of Liberty

  • Jun 7, 2011 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
  • Location: French Embassy's Cultural Services
  • Description:

    Mardi 7 juin à 6 pm
    Services Culturels de l'Ambassade de France
    972 Fifth Avenue, New York City

     

    Présentation par l'artiste Raymond Verdaguer du School Contest 2011 portant sur le 125è anniversaire de la Statue  de la Liberté : exploitation du thème, approches artistiques, suivi par un Wine and Cheese Buffet.

    La cérémonie anniversaire ayant lieu fin octobre, les délais seront cette année plus courts, alors venez nombreux pour puiser des idées dès maintenant!

     

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June 2, 2011
Thursday
  • French School Festival of Arts - Vernissage

  • Jun 2, 2011 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm
  • Location: French Embassy's Cultural Services
  • Description:

    The French School Festival of Arts is a project that aims at opening the school on its environment, and bringing a new audience to the arts. It seeks to strengthen exchanges between French and American cultures, develop creativity, and encourage cross-disciplinary work among primary
    schools which have an interest in the French language and culture.

     Dowload the French School Festival of Arts PDF.pdf

    Watch last year's creations

    The Embassy of France has invited the following schools to participate in its second annual French School Festival of Arts

    Schools invited for 2011:
    PS58 (Brooklyn); PS125 (Manhattan); PS84 (Manhattan); PS73 (Bronx); PS151 (Queens); PS84 (Brooklyn); PS133 (Brooklyn); PS770 (Brooklyn); PS20 (Brooklyn); PS242 (Manhattan), NYFACS (Manhattan); Lyceum Kennedy
    (Manhattan), Lycée français de New York (Manhattan), French-American School of New York (Larchmont); Ecole Internationale de New York (Manhattan); International School of Brooklyn (Brooklyn); EFNY (Manhattan and Br

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May 12, 2011
Thursday
  • JL 9/11 Foundation Annual Cocktail Party at French Embassy

  • May 12, 2011 from 2:30pm to 4:00pm
  • Location: The Cultural Services of the French Embassy
  • Description:

    You are Cordially invited to Attend

    The Jérôme Lohez 9/11 Scholarship Foundation
    Scholarship Award Presentation Cocktail Party

    Thursday, May 12, 2011
    6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
    The Cultural Services of the French Embassy
    972 Fifth Avenue at 79th Street
    New York, NY 10075

    Presented Under the Patronage of His Excellency Francois Delattre
    French Ambassador to the United States
    &
    Hon. Mr. Antonin Baudry
    Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy

    A 10th Anniversary Memorial to Those Lost
    On September 11, 2001

    To RSVP, please click here
    For further information, please call 212-757-9079
    Or write to info@jl911.org

    L'École pour L'Informatique et les Techniques Avancées and Stevens Institute of Technology
    will be honored for their history of excellent work with the Foundation

     

    Remarks will be delivered by Mr. Joel Courtois, Directeur of EPITA
     

    Musical Performance by Students of the Juilliard School of Music

    Cocktail Attire

    In association with Columbia University, Harvard University,
    Princeton University, New York University,
    S

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April 13, 2011
Wednesday
  • Why French Matters

  • Apr 13, 2011 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
  • Location: East Gallery, Buell Hall, Columbia University
  • Description:

    Adam Gopnik, Charles Kolb, Rosemary Feal, Antonin Baudry and Souleymane Bachir Diagne in a Roundtable Discussion

     

    Does French still matter? If so, why? This roundtable discussion is a response to recent concerns about the status of the study of French and other foreign languages and cultures in U.S. higher and secondary education at a time of increasing globalization. Fiveleading voices in different fields bring a variety of perspectives to bear in a lively discussion about why French matters today.

     

    Adam Gopnik, writer and essayist for The New Yorker magazine

    Charles Kolb, president of the Committee for Economic Development

    Rosemary Feal, Executive Director of the Modern Language Association and Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages, University of Buffalo
    Antonin Baudry, Cultural Counselor at the French Embassy to the United States
    Souleymane Bachir Diagne, professor of French and Philosophy at Columbia University.

     

    This event is fully sponsored by the Florence Gould Fo

  • Created by: Carly DeFilippo
April 3, 2011
Sunday
  • EXPRESSIONS DENTELLE: exposition au Fashion Institute of Technology du 1er au 17 avril 2011

  • Apr 3, 2011 to Apr 17, 2011
  • Location: FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
  • Description:

    From April 4th to April 17th, Claire Catoire, the French designer of "Claire Veut la Lune" will exhibit her creations at the Fashion Institute of Technology. For this project, Claire Catoire has worked in association with Pascal Auvé, a French photographer.

    This exhibit is an illustration of our world-famous lace heritage, typical of Northern France.

    Through photographs, cocktail and wedding dresses, Claire and Pascal propose a dream-like anthem to lace.

    This event - organized by 2 teachers and the students of Lycée Saint Jude located in Northern France - is the first of a series of events aiming at presenting and promoting Northern France through its most attractive aspects.

    April will be the month of Northern France in New York!

     

    dossier presse Lace exhibit.doc

     

    Isabelle Refouni

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July 8, 2010
Thursday
  • Azur & Asmar

  • Jul 8, 2010 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
  • Location: East State Park - Brooklyn
  • Description: Azur & Asmar is the story of two boys raised as brothers. Blonde, blue-eyed, white-skinned Azur and black-haired, brown-eyed, dark-skinned Asmar are lovingly cared for by Asmar's gentle mother, who tells them magical stories of her faraway homeland and of the beautiful, imprisoned Djinn Fairy waiting to be set free. Time passes, and one day Azur's father, the master of the house, provokes a brutal separation. Azur is sent away to study, while Asmar and his mother are driven out, homeless and penniless. Years later, as a young adult, Azur remains haunted by memories of the sunny land of his nanny, and sets sail south across the high seas to find the country of his dreams. Arriving as an immigrant in a strange land, Azur is rejected by everyone he meets on account of his "unlucky" blue eyes, until finally he resolved never to open those eyes again. The once-beautiful child clad in gold is reduced to a blind beggar. Yet, blind though he is, little by little and step by step, he discovers
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  • Marie Martin concert

  • Jul 8, 2010 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm
  • Location: East State Park - Brooklyn
  • Description: Town Square's SummerStarz l Marie Martin l East River State Park, Brooklyn July 8 @ 7 pm Marie Martin is a french singer/songwriter using her personal experiences, relationships and travels to New York, London and her native Brittany as her main inspirations. She is a true picture of her work: between modernity and nostalgia, between soul and jazz. More
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  • Williamsburg is going French! Kids Activities

  • Jul 8, 2010 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm
  • Location: East State Park - Brooklyn
  • Description: On July 8th Williamsburg is going French! Location: East River State Park in Brooklyn (Kent Avenue and North 8th street) 6:00 p.m. French Games & Activities Hosted by the French Embassy: French Games (Elastique, Pétanque, Ballon Prisonnier, Chat Perché, Marelle), Face Painting, Balloon Tying, French Culture Quiz Bowl, And Much More 7:00 p.m. Musical Guest Marie Martin Marie Martin is a French singer/songwriter using her personal experiences, relationships and travels to New York, London and her native Brittany as her main inspirations. She is a true picture of her work: between modernity and nostalgia, between soul and jazz. 8:00 p.m. Film Azur et Asmar By Michel Ocelot / Animation / 2006 / In English / Rated: PG / 99 min. As kids, blue-eyed, blonde-haired Azur and dark-eyed, dark-haired Asmar, fought and loved each other as brothers do. As grown ups, they mercilessly become rivals in the quest for the Djinn's fairy, in a medieval Maghreb, full of dangers, magic spells and
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September 25, 2009
Friday
  • Cocoon pour la premiere fois aux USA

  • Sep 25, 2009 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm
  • Location: Joes'Pub
  • Description: Le groupe français Cocoon (Victoires du Printemps de Bourges) se produira pour la premiere fois aux USA en septembre, il sera a New York au Joe's Pub le vendredi 25 septembre a 20h00, venez nombreux!
  • Created by: Emmanuel Morlet
July 29, 2009
Wednesday
  • Soirée de lancement Hot & Cool Guide

  • Jul 29, 2009 from 2:30pm to 7:00pm
  • Location: Bubble Lounge, Champagne Bar
  • Description: Evening of bubbles and music to celebrate the launching of the French Culture Guide to New York.'"A celebration of the diversity of Frenchspeakers in the New York area. Packed with culture, this Guide spotlights the people,places, achievements, and events that make French life in NY so unique.'"Come and join!RSVP @ Media@FrenchCultureGuide.com
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June 7, 2009
Sunday
  • Free screening of HOME by Yann Arthus-Bertrand in Central Park

  • Jun 7, 2009 from 4:30pm to 6:00pm
  • Location: Central Park
  • Description: HOME Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, 90 Minutes, France 2009. Narrated by Glenn Close. In English. The movie is a collection of unique aerial footage from over 50 countries, which will try to show the state of the planet in natural and urban areas with the goal of inciting people to act. "Home is a film with a message that sets out to shift people's perceptions, make us aware of the tectonic movements at work and incite us to act. Although there is a general trend in our societies towards an awareness of ecological issues, concrete action is still too little, too slow - which constitutes in some ways the creed of the movie: It's to late to be pessimist" Denis Carot, Producer. Sunday, June 7 around 8.30pm @ Central Park - 79th Street and 5th Avenue. In the United States, HOME will be broadcast in the US on June 5th at 9pm ET/PT exclusively on the National Geographic Channel, as part of the film's worldwide premiere in conjunction with World Environment Day June 5 th and can be vi
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