Cultural Agenda – March 2019
Science, History, cinema, literature,…there’s something for everyone in March at the Alliance Française!
Join us for our next photo workshops 'Creation of cyanotypes' with photographer Alan Eglinton.
Wednesday 6th March, 6-8.30pm
Our Café histoire is back!
Lucy McCormick, postgraduate student at the University of Glasgow, will talk about her research:
“Un Dharma surréel?: Le bouddhisme et l’avant garde des entre-deux-guerres“.
Wednesday 13th March, 6-8pm
We are delighted to once support the Glasgow Short Film Festival with French filmmaker Shalimar Preuss in attendance this year!
Saturday 16th March, 7.15pm
FETE DE LA FRANCOPHONIE
Don't miss our special screening of African short films, introduced by Dr. Lizelle Bisschoff, lecturer at the University of Glasgow & trustee of the Africa in Motion Film Festival.
Fun activities will also take place at the Library!
Wednesday 20th March
La femme qui fuit,
Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette (2015)
Ce roman est présenté dans le cadre de la Fête de la Francophonie.
Wednesday 20th March, 2-3.30pm
Come along and discover the 17 panels exhibition dedicated to human rights!
Until 23rd March. Free entry.
Caroline Muellenbroich from the University of Glasgow will talk about her research.
Thursday 28th March, 7-8.30pm