The Cirva (International Glass and Visual Arts Research Centre) launches a call for a residency in 2017-2018, intended to a visual artist.
Read an interview of Serge Lasvignes, President of the Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
Following the U.S. premiere of Oh Boy! in Broadway, at the Duke on 42nd Street presented by the New Victory Theater, French newspaper Le Monde published a very special article about the fabulous adventure of director Olivier Letellier's original play, translated into English and recreated with an American actor, Matthew Brown.
New England Foundation for the Arts-National Dance Projec (NEFA-NDP), the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, and FACE Foundation announce the 2017 call for application for the FUSED program.
The final jamboree of the international competition iGEM, “International Genetically Engineered Machine”, took place between October, 27 and October, 31 in Boston, Massachusetts. We are thrilled to announce that MOS(KIT)O, a multidisciplinary team of nineteen students, including three ENSCI-Les Ateliers : École nationale supérieure de création industrielle students, won four awards: the Gold Medal, the Best Applied Design Award, the Best Diagnostics Project Award, and the Best Entrepreneurship Award!
World’s top art prizes announced their winners in October. Among the winning artists, three French talents were honored: Clément Cogitore with the Ricard Foundation Prize, Kader Attia with the Marcel Duchamp Prize, and Lola Gonzalez with the Meurice Prize for Contemporary Art.
Joint Project in Contemporary Art between the Nantes School of Art, the University of Houston School of Art and Geneva School of Art and Design
The tenth annual edition of Crossing the line, FIAF's celebrated fall arts festival will run from September 22 through November 3rd. It presents interdisciplinary works and performances by artists from around the world, in venues and public spaces throughout New York City.
“I think creativity is inside you,” Ms. Rykiel told The Times Magazine in 1982. “If you have something to tell, you expose it. I never went to design school. I was so strong in my thinking and my way of seeing fashion, I knew exactly what I wanted. I said to myself, ‘I have no limits.’”
2016 FUSED (French-US Exchange in Dance) Grantees: Six projects were selected last June supporting the U.S. debut of the breakdancer/hip hop dancer and choreographer Anne Nguyen and highlighting cross-collaborative projects by Frederic Nauzyciel, Jimmy Robert, Joe Goode Performance Group and Stefanie Batten Bland.
The UN's cultural organisation has listed 17 works by pioneering Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier as world heritage sites.
Paris and New York—two cities with deeply intertwined cultural roots—are renewing their historic bond this summer through a five-month transatlantic cultural exchange. Kicking off on June 7th, the Paris-New York Tandem will feature over fifty events in both cities that incorporate artists, artworks, and themes native to the other.