Mauritus, the ties that bind
Neville Potter, an ANU PhD student, tells you about the bonds between Australia and Mauritius by exploring that of the life of Francis Nicolas Rossi, a French nobleman and pioneer of Goulbourn.
The entrance is free, and the bar will be open so you can enjoy food and wine.
Created by the Institut Français, this exhibit celebrates the centennial of the birth of the famous writer and philosopher.
Its originality lies in the fact that it mixes paper and digital supports: visitors access to content using their smartphones and tablets. So bring yours! And if you don’t have one, don’t worry, we’ll be here to present everything to you.
The opening will be on the 31st of July at 7pm, with a cocktail and a presentation of Camus by Dr Peter Brown, convenor of French at the ANU.
The entrance is free.
You can see the exhibition at the AFC until August 14.
About Gaspard and Lisa
Gaspard and Lisa is an animated entertainment series aimed at pre-school children.
The show follows the adventures of two six-year-old puppies who are best friends and live in Paris, France.
Gaspard and Lisa do everything together and although they may sometimes disagree, they are always there for each other as that’s what friends are for!
Here is the link to the Gaspard and Lisa competition which is now live!
DELF (Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française) & DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) were created in 1985 by the French Ministry of Education.
They propose : – six independent diplomas, each corresponding to one of the six levels of the Common European Framework of References for Languages; – compulsory entry test dispensed with ; – each diploma evaluates the following skills: oral and written comprehension and expression. – these diplomas can be sat for and obtained independently from each other, in the same country or in a different country and without time limit.
The national centre of DELF & DALF The Fédération of Alliances Françaises in Australia is the National Centre for all DELF and DALF exams organised in Australia. All documents are centralised in order to get the French Ministry of Education approval through the DELF/DALF commission nationale in France.
Next session in November 2013 Click here