Culture for Students


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La Révolution scientifique à l'âge classique: Galilée, Descartes et Newton

Wednesday, March 29 | Y10

In French.
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"La vie des légumes" with Christian Duvernois & Jon Fouskaris

Tuesday, March 14 | 9:30 AM | Y1,Y2,Y3
Spring is almost here, announcing the planting season at the Lycée! Landscapers Christian Duvernois and Jon Fouskaris will introduce our youngest students to the life cycles of vegetables, teaching them how to take care of nature and to use seasonal produce.

Augustin, Pirates des Indes

Augustin Volubile Poivre is 6 years old when he becomes the captain of a pirate ship - his passion: spices. In order to uncover the treasure of Maharadja de Pondichéry, Augustin and his crew (the children in the audience) will cross the Indian ocean on humpback whales, discover cinnamon and cloves trees, and escape from tigers… A true pirate's tale on the trail to the west indies, an olfactory voyage, interactive, full of invention and happy spirits!

Written and directed by Marc Wolters.
With Julien Large or Tullio Cipriano or Adrien Noblet

Chen Jiang Hong

Chen Jiang Hong, author and illustrator of the book The Tiger Prince (2005) will initiate second grade students to chinese painting. Chen Jiang Hong was born in Tianjin, China, where he studied fine art at the School of Arts before completing his postgraduate education at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. After graduating, he moved to Paris where he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts and began his career as an artist. His work has been exhibited around the world, notably at the library gallery at the Louvre, at the Centre Pompidou, and at Versailles. He illustrated 22 books and wrote 12 of them, combining traditional techniques -such as Chinese ink painting on rice or silk paper- with a modern conception of storytelling.
January 14 and 16, 2020 | Y2 students