In a poem of modern times Sarah will tell us about her life in L.A. American, French, no one will be spared. Fresh, light, solar, dynamic and poetic, Sarah takes us on her incredible voyage, we are captivated.
Between laughter and tears, Jean Louis Fournier invites you on an extraordinary journey ! This is the story of a father who does not shy away from exploring the limits of his love for his two sons with disability.
JOIN US TO VISIT: “Stones to Stains: The Drawings of Victor Hugo” @ the HAMMER MUSEUM Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was not only the poet, novelist, dramatist and leader of the French Romantic movement, he was also an accomplished draftsman and produced a lesser known but remarkable body of works on paper. The Hammer MuseumRead more
Wine and cheese will be provided! Meet other students and members and learn more about our cultural center and new class sessions that begin September 4th 2018. New student can register for a free beginner trial class from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Register for a class or membership during the Open House and receiveRead more
Bastille Day is coming! Alliance Française de Los Angeles is a proud partner of French Tuesdays for Bastille Day 2018! Join us at Riviera 31 inside the Sofitel Beverly Hills Saturday, July 14th from 6pm to 2am Lounge menu available all day and all night XL airways is partnering with French Tuesday again, to give a lucky guest the chanceRead more
On the evening of July 14, 1789, after the French people had stormed the Bastille, a woken Louis XVI asked the duke de la Rochefoucauld: «Is it a revolt?». «No sire,the duke replied, it’s a revolution». In 1357, Etienne Marcel, Provost of the Merchants of Paris, led the populace and almost overthrew the Monarchy, whereasRead more
PreviousNext Alliance Française de Los Angeles and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Belgium presented AMELIE NOTHOMB – FEAR AND TREMBLING staged and played by Layla Metssitane. Champagne, Godiva Chocolate & Belgian Beer Reception followed in March 2017.Read more