The Alliance Française offer an exciting cultural program, bringing to South Africa the cultures of the French speaking world. Its involvement is also very strong in the promotion of Southern African artists and it encourages a true and fruitful dialogue between artists and cultures.
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Join us the Alliance Française Pretoria for the group exhibition on the 20th Febraury 2019 at 18h30, with works by:
-Lynette ten Krooden
For more info, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on +27 12 343 6563View More
The opening of the Festival de la Francophonie this year will take place Saturday, 9th March, at Pro Arte Alphen Park High School (146 Roeline St, Alphen Park, Pretoria, 0081) from 11h00-17h00.
The annual Francophonie Festival in Pretoria, launched in 2010, is a platform available to Embassies, Institutions, Francophone and Francophiles in Pretoria for the promotion of French cultural and linguistic diversity.
The festival is a great way to learn about other cultures and explore the creative artistry of the many countries that speak French. Since 2010, more than 23 countries have collaborated each year to present an array of experiences all rooted in the Francophone cultures – from Africa to the Americas to Asia to the Middle East. This year, participating countries include Belgium, Benin, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroun, Canada, Comoros, Congo Brazzaville, Cote d’Ivoire, Egypt, Mali, France, Gabon, Guinea, Lebanon, Madagascar, Niger, RDC, Seychelles, Senegal, Switzerland, and Tunisia.
Each year about a thousand visitors, of all ages and all backgrounds, join us the for this event. Come and participate, on the opening day Saturday, March 9, 2019 and/or during an evening dedicated to a francophone country.
The cultural evenings that follow over the next two weeks to three weeks, will offer a variety of experiences; including concerts, films and theatre. One day dedicated to a different country. Every evening brings something special, presenting the breadth and dynamism of the Francophone community.View More
|01 Mar 2019||CinéClub Pretoria - Le Poulain|
|23 Feb 2019||Culinary Workshop|
|23 Feb 2019||Club de Lecture - Ho Bala - Book Club|
|08 Feb 2019||CinéClub Pretoria - Place Publique|
|15 - 20 Oct 2018||SO CHEF! Pretoria|
|02 - 30 Aug 2018||WAKPON Museum Project – Off the wall|
|10 - 29 Mar 2018||Francophonie 2018|
|06 Mar - 12 Jun 2018||New Session Starting|
|17 Sep 2016||Exhibition " Spirit Response"|
|15 Sep 2016||Classical Music Evening|
|03 Sep 2016||La voix des Anges|
|04 May 2016||Coral Exhibition|
|24 Oct 2015||European Day of Languages|
|01 Apr 2015||Book Launch|
|13 - 27 Mar 2015||francophonie festival 2015|
|13 - 27 Mar 2015||Francophonie Festival 2015|
|05 Mar 2015||Les Sud-Africains|
|16 Jan - 16 Feb 2015||My French film Festival|