Our open events - May 2021
DISCOVER WHAT WE HAVE PLANNED FOR YOU IN MAY! FROM LITERATURE, TO HISTORY AND COMICS, MAKE THE MOST OF OUR OPEN TO ALL CULTURAL EVENTS!
- [LITERARY ENCOUNTER] A meeting with Nancy Huston - Tuesday, May 18th - 7pm
Famous writer Nancy Huston spent her childhood in Canada, her teenage years in the States, and her adult life in France. She is an author who writes both in French and English. Novels, kids books, poetry, theatre... she has received many awards for her writings over the years such as the Goncourt des Lycéens or the Prix Femina. Her works have mainly been published by Editions Actes Sud in France and Leméac in French Canada.
On the occasion of her last book’s release in January 2021, Je suis parce que nous sommes, (re)discover this great writer during an interview led by Sophie Joubert, cultural journalist at L'Humanité.
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This event is organised by Alliance Française de Paris, CE RATP and Centre Culturel Canadien, with the support of Institut français and Fondation des Alliances Françaises.
- [CONFERENCE] Tintin, a journey through the 20th century - Benoît Peeters - Wednesday, May 26th - 6.30pm
Tintin, worldwide fampus comic book hero, was created in 1929 by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. From America to Asia and even the moon, the many adventures of this intrepid young hero have fascinated children and parents alike for generations. Though Hergé grew up in a conservative family and did not travel much, he managed to create a character with universal values whose stories remain timeless.
Travel through the 20th century and learn more about the fascinating world of Hergé during this lecture by Benoît Peeters, writer, scriptwriter and Tintin specialist.
You will be able to ask your questions to Benoît Peeters at the end of his presentation.
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This event is organised by Alliance Française de Paris, CE RATP, with the support of Institut français and Fondation des Alliances Françaises.