What is the residency programme offered by the Institut français ?

 

The mission of the Institut français residency programme is to encourage the mobility of artists and promote dialogue with foreign cultures, in France, in Europe and worldwide.

Residencies are an essential part of an artists’ journey, an essential tool which supports their creation...

Updated on 16/05/2019

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Comment trouver des offres concernant les postes en recrutement local ?

Postes en recrutement local

Les établissements culturels français peuvent être amenés à recruter, conformément au droit du travail local, sur des postes administratifs, d'enseignement du français langue étrangère (cursus FLE nécessaire), voire d'encadrement de proximité ou intermédiaire. Ces...

Updated on 02/04/2019

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Comment trouver des offres concernant le réseau culturel à l'Institut français ?

Postes relevant du ministère des affaires étrangères

Postes ouverts à recrutement pour servir dans le réseau culturel à l'institut français

 

Le ministère des Affaires étrangères recrute chaque année, pour une période déterminée, sur des dizaines de métiers différents, sous des statuts...

Updated on 02/04/2019

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What is the difference between an Institut français and an Alliance française ?

The Institut français

Created on January the 1st of 2011, the Institut français has become the sole operator of France's international cultural missions. Acting under the supervision of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE), it is tasked with communicating our renewed ambitions for...

Updated on 06/03/2019

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How do I sign up for the newsletter ?

- In your personal area: tick the box "I would like to receive the newsletter".

- In the website footer, "Sign up for the newsletter" : enter tour email address and click on "sign up".

 

Updated on 01/03/2019

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What is the difference between Seasons, Years and Festivals?

The term "Season" is both the generic term used by the Institut français to describe this model of cultural engineering, and the most common of its three formats:

  • Years usually last 10 to 12 months;
  • Seasons usually last 5 to 8 months;
  • Festivals usually last 2 to 4 months.

A “Season”...

Updated on 13/02/2020

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Who are the operators of the Seasons?

As an operator of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development for the State’s external cultural activity, the Institut français is responsible for organising the Seasons on the French side, and more specifically the Seasons Division. 

The latter is made up of around ten people...

Updated on 13/02/2020

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How does decision-making work?

The Seasons are an exercise in bilateral cultural diplomacy. All decisions are therefore made jointly by France and the partner country, through daily dialogue between the Commissions and the operators.

Meetings (Joint Organising Committees) are held regularly, alternately in France and in the...

Updated on 13/02/2020

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