Pierre Cassou-Noguès and Gwenola Wagon will introduce the project Welcome to Erewhon, a loose adaptation of a philosophical fable published in 1872 by the British writer Samuel Butler.
Lung cancer is a truly global problem, causing more deaths in both men and women than any other cancer worldwide. Despite improved treatments that have led to decreased mortality rates, the fight against the disease remains a top priority for … Read More
Distinguished French and American researchers and key opinion leaders will meet for an informative one-day scientific forum on chronic neurologic disorders. The interactive sessions and panel discussions will focus on the latest advances for people living with chronic neurologic diseases … Read More
Creating a bridge between France and Atlanta in health research and innovation is at the forefront of this symposium which brings together researchers from The Regional Hospital Center of Metz- Thionville (CHR) and The Georgia Institute of Technology. Panelists will discuss … Read More
The silent films of famed French cinematographer Georges Méliès are set to a live score by French musicians Alcoléa & Cie in this charming ciné-concert entitled “Right in the Eye.” The musicians make their Atlanta debut using more than two … Read More
France-Atlanta will host world-renowned French street artist CEET for a mural installation in the city’s Cascade neighborhood, carried out in conjunction with ELEVATE, Atlanta’s public art festival. CEET, whose bold graphic work features colorful chickens with big eyes, has presented … Read More
Those interested in France’s iconic May 1968 protests will get a double dose of the demonstrations that rocked the nation. First, visitors can view more than 40 never before seen photos by photographer Philippe Gras, whose images simultaneously reveal the … Read More
When society breaks down due to war or disaster, women and girls are often the first to feel it. This forum focuses on gender-based violence in regions undergoing conflict or other types of emergencies via two panels. “When #MeToo … Read More