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Apr 28
Talk
Sylvie Denis at Bay Area Book Festival Magnes Museum 2121 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94720
Apr 28
Performance
Juste la Fin du Monde Performance Princeton's Rocky Mathey Theatre Rockefeller College Office, 203 Madison Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544
Apr28
Oct7
Exhibition
Michel Parmentier Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum Michigan State University 556 East Circle Drive, Suite 344 East Lansing, MI 48824

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S.

The Cultural Services are a division of the French Embassy in the United States. The Cultural Services were first imagined in the 1930's by Paul Claudel. In 1945 General de Gaulle appointed Claude Lévi-Strauss as the first Cultural Counselor, with the mission of providing Americans (individuals and organizations) with access and resources to engage with French culture and promote it in their own communities.

Today, under the leadership of Bénédicte de Montlaur, Cultural Counselor of the French Embassy and Permanent Representative of French Universities in the United States, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy promotes the best of French arts, literature, cinema, language, and higher education across the US. Based in New York City, Washington D.C and eight other cities across the country, the French Cultural Services brings artists, authors, educational and university programs to cities nationwide. It also builds partnership between French and American artists, institutions, and universities on both sides of the Atlantic. In New York, through its bookshop Albertine, it fosters French American exchange around literature and the arts.