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Photography, cinema, music, theatre and literature… the Alliance Française de Bruxelles-Europe organises events promoting the French language throughout the year and develops partnerships with Brussels cultural institutions. Our events are free of charge and open to all.

We are also founder members of EUNIC Brussels (European Union National Institutes for Culture), network of European cultural institutes, within which we carry out cultural activities encouraging linguistic diversity.

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From 8 to 30 November 2021, the French Embassy in Belgium and the Directorate General for Digital Transformation of the Belgian FPS BOSA are organising a series of conferences entitled "Homo Numericus" aimed at strengthening bilateral exchanges on the subject of digital technology.

This event is organised under the patronage of Mathieu Michel, Belgian Secretary of State for Digitalisation, and Cédric O., French Secretary of State for Digital Transition and Electronic Communications. A few months before the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, this initiative will give Belgium and France the opportunity to exchange on their respective priorities in the digital field in order to identify new opportunities for cooperation at European level.

This event will take the form of 7 debates on the influence of digital technology on our society and the changes it brings in sectors such as education, work, politics, health and culture. "Homo Numericus" is part of the programme of the SPF BOSA, the AI4Belgium coalition and the programme of the French Institute "Novembre numérique".

Discover the programme on the website https://homonumericus.francebelgiqueculture.com/ and follow the social networks (@francebelgiqueculture). For any questions, please contact: homo.numericus@bosa.fgov.be and scac.bruxelles-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr 

The Alliance's exhibition gallery is reopening

The Alliance's exhibition gallery is reopening

From Tuesday 19 October to Friday 3 December, come and discover the exhibition "Machines à bulles" !

Aimed at a public of all ages, the "Machines à Bulles" exhibition allows visitors to discover a selection of works illustrating the new reading experiences that make up the richness and uniqueness of French creation. Thus, L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat revisits a short film from silent cinema, the artists of Instraviata pay tribute to opera, and those of the Lectura Plus project celebrate heritage.

Dive into the "endless drawing" imagined by the young illustrator Elly Oldman: a 15-metre long, interactive and evolving fresco, to be discovered on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theinfinitedrawing/

Practical information:
- free admission
- opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 8.30am to 6.30pm and Friday from 8.3am to 12.30pm
- Location: Alliance Française de bruxelles-Europe, Av. des Arts 46 1000 Brussels - Exhibition gallery 


Thursday 21 October 2021 at 8.30 pm | Online conference 

The Alliances françaises of Spain, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, East Flanders, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Lodz and The Hague, together with the Accueil de la Haye, are pleased to present you a series of lectures on the essentials of French culture.
Let yourself be guided by the lecturer Giulia Franceschini to discover Mme De Pompadour !

To register, just one link: https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSfx9w4zKm0.../viewform... 


Tuesday 12 October 2021 at 8 pm | Launching evening of the Belgian Goncourt Prize

The 6th edition of the Belgian Goncourt Prize, the literary prize for Belgian students, will take place on Tuesday 12th October at the International House of Literature in Brussels Passa porta. On this occasion, Camille Laurens will talk to the students of the reading committees of the French and Dutch speaking universities and colleges. universities and colleges. 

 

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