Enjoy spring in Paris en plein air! Come out to the floral gardens and see what’s aflutter. Bring your cameras and meet us in the Bois de Vincennes. There, tucked into the Parc Floral de Paris is the Jardin des Papillons, protected in specialized greenhouses, with a variety of plants and structures made especially to attract
After exploring its links with literary figures, jewelry maker Chaumet continues to share its affinity with the arts with the public, through the exhibition Dess(e)in de Nature: a fresh look at the flora and fauna that have been major sources of inspiration for the Maison since it was established. This free visit should delight both jewelry lovers,
The Tower Theatre Company is back in Paris for its 28th season! They will be performing the play in English with French subtitles at the beautiful Théâtre de Verdure, Jardin Shakespeare. The performance will last around 2 hours including a 15 minute interval. For more, see https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/shakespeares-windsor/.
PAN Restaurant Series: Mensae Paris 19 The creative “child” of former TV Top Chefs Kevin D’Andréa and Thibault Sombardier, Mensae (à table!), is traditional French fare touched by modern magic…from comfort food to surprising combinations, everything is made to please the senses for a reasonable price. It’s pleasure for the people who eat there! For more, see https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/mensae/
The PAN Art Show Finissage will take place on Saturday May 11, 2019 from 4 to 8 pm. Come have a final fling and enjoy the works of 15 talented painters, sculptors and photographers! To RSVP, click here: https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/finissage/
In the context our our ongoing Art Show, join us for a literary evening! PAN member Katherine Converse will be reading two of her short stories PAN member Hilary Kaiser is presenting a staged reading of scenes from one of her full-length plays For more, see https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/pan-play-reading/.
The PAN Art Show Vernissage will take place on Thursday May 2, 2019 from 6 to 10 pm. Join the PAN community to celebrate the works of 15 talented painters, sculptors and photographers! to RSVP, click here: https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/vernissage/
Thursday April 18, 2019 at 7:30 pm A. NOSTE Paris 2 A Noste, chez Nous in Gascon patois, wants you to feel, above all, chez Vous. That is if chez vous has a fabulous tapas chef who offers inventive hearty comfort food with south-western flavor and a contemporary flair. Examples from the carte range from
Drawing upon the Musée d’Orsay’s exhibit on the founding work of the Nabis movement, The Talisman(aka The Aven River at the Bois d’Amour) by Paul Sérusier, we will have the opportunity of observing the diverse ways of treating color in this profuse period at the end of the 19th century. During this time, impressionism evolved by following
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – 5 pm African/Caribbean Cooking Class and Meal Café Coco Paris 17 Café Coco is a restaurant both exotic and traditional in its gastronomie – a fusion of African and French with the Caribbean. Chefs Armel BRETTE and Junior Celectin MAÏSSON are creative in the artistry of their plates and the
Manufacture des Abbesses Paris 18 Political journalist Pierre Pietro is stuck in Paris to interview Katya, the star of a successful American series, even though the world’s attention is riveted on the United Nations and a particularly tense international situation. The clash between the two seems inevitable, but their discussion does not unfold as they
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – 6 pm Candlelight Concert: Piano Recital by Natasha Kadyrova Debussy, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Chopin Eglise Saint-Ephrem Paris 5 In a heated church in the heart of Paris, come listen to Natasha Kadyrova’s piano recital featuring Clair de Lune by Debussy, Beethoven’s Pathétique, Scènes Russes by Tchaikovski, and Valse, Etude, etNocturne by Chopin. The church, Saint-Ephrem, is known for its exceptional
From a St Patrick’s Day Parade organized by the Irish (and Irish Americans) in Paris to St Patrick’s Family Day celebrations and activities at the Irish Cultural Center, (stand-up comedy, clowns, food trucks and other culinary delights, face paint, games, …), PAN invites its members to share a glass of Green Champagne and partake in the spirit of the day.
MARCH 1st : SIGN UP DEADLINE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PAN ART SHOW Art Show dates: Monday April 29 to Saturday May 11 Galerie Maître Albert Paris 5 PAN is delighted to announce that our next Art Show will take place from April 29th to May 11th, at the Galerie Maître Albert, in the heart of
The Big Funk Company invites you for theater and brunch at the Théatre Le Lucernaire. The troop will perform 4 one-act plays in English with sur-titles, followed by a delicious brunch with all the trimmings: pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, syrup, jam, coffee, juice … The theme? TWIST ENDINGS! For more, see https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/big-funk-american-sunday2/
The Centre Pompidou takes a fresh look at one of modern art history’s founding movements, Cubism (1907-1917), through a comprehensive overview. 300 works and documents by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, André Derain, Henri Laurens, Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, Francis Picabia, Marcel Duchamp… highlight the rich inventiveness and wide variety of the movement. Not only did
Mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine reprises her remarkable portrayal of opera’s ultimate seductress, a triumph in her 2017 debut performances, with impassioned tenor Roberto Alagna as her lover, Don José. Louis Langrée conducts for Sir Richard Eyre’s powerful production, a Met favorite since its 2009 premiere. For more, see https://www.pan.paris/ee4events/carmen-by-georges-bizet/
“Brilliant, joyful, fantastic: all these adjectives might be used to describe The Big Funk Company’s performances!” Under the direction of Julie Delaurenti, Tiffany Hofstetter and Clarence Tokley, The Big Funk Company will present stage readings of 4 one-act plays by American author John Patrick Shanley, author of “Prodigal Son”, the work that introduced audiences to Franco-American rising
As the first temporary thematic exhibition since the opening of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris in October 2017, “Yves Saint Laurent: Dreams of the Orient” will bring together approximately fifty haute couture designs inspired by India, China and Japan. These pieces from the collection of the Museum will be displayed in dialogue with Asian artworks