Theme: On a gagné
The deadline has been extended until Friday Feb 22nd at 5pm, so get your entries in for the film competition!
Pour en savoir plus : HERE
Alliance Française Dublin – Exhibition Opening
Our new exhibition Rare Times by Gabriel Rosenstock and Jason Symes celebrates the interface between words and images and examines how the fusion of haiku and photography can bring us back in touch with our deepest selves.
The exhibition will be launched by by Daniel Py, co-founder of the Association Francophone de Haïku and the Centre Renku de Paris, and in presence of the artists. Gabriel Rosenstock is a celebrated Irish poet, tankaist, haikuist, playwright, essayist, novelist and the author-translator of over 180 books. Jason Symes is a self-taught photographer from Dublin whose works are part of The Irish State Art Collection. All of the presented photography is taken around Dublin at the start and end of the day and concentrates on the beauty of our natural surroundings.
Registration opening soon – watch this space!
Save the date: le 05-06 octobre 2018 à UCC
Le thème : Nouveau départ – Approaching French in the new Junior Cycle
Phil Earley, our long-serving colleague and officer of the Carrick-on-Shannon branch, for her years of service to the FTA and to the teachers of French in Leitrim, Longford, Sligo, Roscommon and Westmeath.
La FIPF ( la Fédération internationale des professeurs de français) has also expressed its recognition of the contribution that Phil has made on the FIPF website and and in its next lettre d’information. See their post HERE.
The FTA attended the launch of the Foreign Languages Strategy by Minister Bruton in Dublin on Monday Dec. 4th 2017.
For details on “Languages Connect, Ireland’s Strategy for Foreign Languages on Education” and the Implementation Plan, go to education.ie
Online submissions for our Concours Vidéo, 2017-2018 is now open. The closing date for submissions is February 8th, 2018.
The theme of our competition this year is:
‘Quand le chat n’est pas là, les souris dansent’.
Click guidelines to see the requirements for the film competition, download the consent form and find out how to submit your film online.
The One Voice For Languages “Live, Love, Learn Languages” Language Fair is taking place on May 6th 2017 in The Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin. For details see the OVFL site here: