The French artist has been appointed by the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Europe and Foreign affairs and has chosen Martha Kirszenbaum as curator of her project entitled Deep See Blue Surrounding You / Vois Ce Bleu Profond Te Fondre.
In order to carry on with their action of fostering the development of digital creation and cultural innovation, the Institut français and the French cultural network abroad have invited approximately fifteen foreign professionals, from June 24th to June 28th 2019 in Paris and La Rochelle, to meet French actors in the field of digital mediation and cultural innovation.
A novel of exile and the resulting struggles with identity, The Spectators brings to the stage a family of anonymous expatriates in 1960s France and interrogates our collective memory.
At the request of its supervisory bodies, the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, the Institut français is publishing a study to assess the system of Performing and Visual Arts Bureaux around the world.
The final selection committee for the Villa Kujoyama has chosen,15 projects with close links to Japan to be undertaken by 18 artists and creators who will spend between 2-6 months in residence in Kyoto over the course of 2020.
Presented by the European Commission since 2006, European Development Days are the big European event for sharing ideas and experiences and bringing the development community together on an annual basis. The aim is to inspire new partnerships and innovative solutions to the most urgent challenges on the planet. This year, the European Union’s commitment to equality and prosperity as expressed in the UN 2030 Agenda, means the 2019 edition will focus on reducing inequality and building an inclusive society ("Addressing inequalities: Building a world which leaves no one behind").