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3 days ago Come join us in celebrating the release of Dumpster Dog 🐶( @enchantedlion) by world renowned author Marc Boutavant! Don’t miss The Dumpster Ball during Tilt Kids Festival (Sat, March 9 at 11:30am at 972 Fifth Avenue), a live drawing experience and dancing ball! For kids ages 7+. RSVP at TiltKidsFestival.org #tiltkids
1 week ago Jake took a leap of faith to study cooking in France among some of the world’s best chefs. #StudyinFrance and get a world-class education for in-state tuition🍷🧀🥐🍅🍓
1 week ago Study in France and get a world-class education for less than in-state tuition. Learn more at the link in our bio. 🇫🇷✈️📚✨
1 week ago We are saddened by the passing of Tomi Ungerer, the French artist and writer who published over 140 books for children and adults and wrote in three languages. Described as a "polymath and a provocateur," Tomi Ungerer is known to have lived by the motto, "expect the unexpected." Ungerer died peacefully in his sleep with a book beside him on February 8, 2019.
2 weeks ago “What hath night to do with sleep?” — John Milton 〰️〰️
Thank you for joining us for an extraordinary edition of #NightofPhilosophy at @bklynlibrary ( @bplpresents) where thousands gathered to examine pressing questions of society around issues as diverse as climate change, socioeconomic inequality, sexual harassment, and more through discussion and the prism of the arts—from dance to film and music to puppetry. 〰️〰️
🎥 Did you know that you can (re)experience four hours of the event on Livestream anytime at Livestream.com/FrenchEmbassy or via the link in our bio?
2 weeks ago #NightofPhilosophy at @bklynlibrary with dance, music, philosophical discussion, Souffleurs whispering poetry into the ears of attendees under black umbrellas, VR, screenings, and more!
3 weeks ago A #NightofPhilosophy & Ideas is back this Saturday, Feb 2 at 7PM @bklynlibrary with intellectual debate, a philosophical puppet show, music, dance, VR and 360 video, screenings, and more. Come hear from 60 philosophers from around the world speak about topics like climate change, increasing economic and social inequality, spirituality, sexual harassment, and the state of our democracies.
1 month ago We are saddened by the passing of Jonas Mekas, the filmmaker, poet, and artist often called "the godfather of American avant-garde cinema."
Mekas was honored with the insignia of Commander of the French Order of Arts et Letters in January 2013 for his extraordinary championing of film preservation through @anthologyfilmarchives, an organization with which the Cultural Services frequently collaborates to present French films.
📸 1-2: Mekas at the opening of Homeland Irak Année Zero at Anthology Film Archives with director Abbas Fahdel 📸 3: Mekas with filmmaker John Waters at @franceinnyc
Photos by @mathieufournet.
1 month ago French Quarter jazz festival starts tonight! 40 French and American jazz musicians will perform at venues throughout New York City and Montreal including @thebitterendnyc, @zincbar, @smallsjazzclub and @nublunyc in New York. Visit FrenchCulture.org for details.
1 month ago One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.
––Simone de Beauvoir
Happy birthday to Simone de Beauvoir, born #onthisday in 1908. The French writer and intellectual did not consider herself a philosopher, though she had a significant influence on both feminist existentialism and feminist theory.
1 month ago Happy New Year! ✨
Here's a look back at a few of our favorite moments of 2018. We do our best to create and co-create projects and programs that will inspire, delight, and make you see the world — and specifically French and Francophone art and culture — through different critical lenses. Thank you for joining us on this exploration all year round!
1 month ago Wishing you a wonderful holiday and happy new near!