• Events
Jul 24
Day for Night Midtown Arts Cinema 931 Monroe Drive Northeast, Suite C-212, Atlanta, GA 30308
Jul 24
Book Launch: Agathe’s Summer Albertine 972 Fifth Avenue New York, United States
Paris Combo at SFJAZZ SF Jazz Miner Auditorium 201 Franklin Street San Francisco, CA 94102

France on Campus Award


The Franco-US Wine Connection: How Data Tells the Story of Integration

George Washington University

GW DATA is a project that highlights the significance of French culinary products by creating an application that best pairs French food items with cuisines and wine through machine learning.

A Choreographic Exploration of le commerce triangulaire

Grinnell College

A Choreographic Exploration of le commerce triangulaire is a student-led dance project supported by the French Embassy that uses French texts as the basis for creating movement and introducing new audiences to French culture and history.

More information here.

Hors centre : NYC French and Francophone Guide to Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Staten Island, and Manhattan above 96th St.

Queens College, City University of New York

Hors Centre is a guidebook that presents a unique collection of reviews of French and Francophone cultural venues in New York City’s “outer” boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and the Bronx, and in Manhattan above 96th Street.

French Slam at Texas Tech

Texas Tech University

French Slam at Texas Tech replicates the writing workshops and events of Slam associations in Paris on the campus of Texas Tech University, including through writing workshops, live events in French, open language Slam events centered on French themes but open to any language, and a final Slam competition in French.

Liberté, Égalité, Francophonie

Juniata College

Juniata’s French Club project celebrates la Francophonie through a week of activities featuring lectures, a film, a student panel, presentations in local schools, and culminating in a festival with food and music.

Connecting with French and Francophone Culture in the Twenty-First Century through Film

The University of Oklahoma

This project is a film festival emphasizing diverse aspects of contemporary French and Francophone culture with an interdisciplinary vision that complements World Literature Today’s Puterbaugh Festival featuring Alain Mabanckou, recipient of the 2012 Grand Prix de Littérature Henri Gal from the Académie Française.

The French Press: The Responsibility of Freedom of Speech

Georgia Southern University

The French Press -- The Responsibility of Freedom of Speech project increases awareness of the French press through a major display, lectures, and presentations of actual samples of the press in various settings, including library displays, classrooms, and service clubs.

More information here.

Discovering the Light: A Celebration of French Film and Photography

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Discovering the Light: A Celebration of French Film and Photography is a series of film screenings, public lectures, and an installation exhibit designed to showcase moments in France's rich involvement in photographic and film history.

French Pionniers of Science: Jacques Cousteau Under the Sea

University of Miami

This project celebrates French pioneer of oceanography and filmographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau's storytelling and later commitment to conservation through a screening of his documentary, talks by marine researchers, a art project, and beach clean up for Earth Day.

Une Semaine Francaise à UNL

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Une Semaine Francaise à UNL engages both the community on campus and the city of Lincoln, Nebraska through French film screenings, an art exhibit displaying the work of French painters at the Sheldon Art Museum, and a French Program open house for perspective students at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.