Artist Georgia Russell gives a tour of her studio and discusses her work with paper for “Paper Routes – Women to Watch 2020” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
Nous espérons que cette nouvelle année vous apportera bonheur, santé et succès.
Inspired by “Cur Non,” and not allowing grass to grow under the feet of our French-American team, we have followed the code of “Improvise, Adapt and Overcome.”
In coordination with the Palace of Versailles, we are pleased to offer updates about projects that are currently underway at the Palace.
France is a country of lentils eaters, and these tiny legumes have a special place in French cooking.
For the Exposition Universelle of 1900, Frédéric Bartholdi created a smaller version of the Statue of Liberty.
These aerial views of Versailles highlight the many reasons why we are inspired to help with the effort to preserve the palace.
The French-American Cultural Foundation is very excited to announce a new partnership with the Palace of Versailles!
Our Board Chairman Connie Milstein, and the nonprofit organization she co-founded, Dog Tag Bakery, received a special visit from Vice President-elect Kamala Harris for Veterans Day.
Traditional liqueurs, “forgotten” French spirits, are being taken out of the cupboards, dusted off and shaken back into life.