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    • 07 Jun 2022
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Reid Hall, 4 rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris
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    is pleased to invite you to an evening cocktail conference on


    The French General Who Helped Win the American Revolution at the Battle of Yorktown


    The Marquis de La Fayette


    with our two speakers

    Laurent Zecchini

    Journalist and Author of Lafayette, Héraut de la Liberté

    and Sabine Renault Sablonière

    Descendant of the Marquis de La Fayette, journalist and author of the book Mémoires imaginaires d'Adrienne de La Fayette


     


    Join us in the beautiful gardens of Columbia University's Reid Hall for this special conference (in English) on the life and times of Lafayette.

    First, listen in as Laurent Zecchini, renowed expert on the Marquis, talks to us about his extensive four year endeavour researching his book "Lafayette, Héraut de la Liberté" and his efforts to correct the dual image of the Marquis: Lafayette, a name that resonates with panache, but whose duality in the collective memory sways between that of an icon of freedom and the dupe of men of power. Notably in France the Marquis de Lafayette, a figure so greatly celebrated in the United States (114 localities bear this name), even today still suffers from a tainted image whereby he undeniably played an ambivalent role as both monarchist and republican during the Revolution, ultimately helping the United States win the War of Independence from England.

    Behind every great man there is a great woman!

    Then, listen as Sabine Renault Sablonière, Descendant of the Marquis de la Fayette, brings to life Adrienne de La Fayette, a woman whose relentless love and incessant support for her husband saw her life tossed from splendor to misery, from castles to prisons.

    Through her exclusive access to family archives, Ms. Renault Sablonière will provide a first hand account of this singular woman and the missions with which she was charged. Meet Adrienne - a young girl from a good family dedicated to the traditional life of the great families of the 18th century, Adrienne - a model wife and mother, Adrienne - a businesswoman, administrator and steward of the family patrimony, Adrienne - a transatlantic link in her own way, Adrienne - a great resister in the face of ideologies and vulgarity, Adrienne - a politician, Adrienne - the companion of an incredible destiny .... And the list is not exhaustive.

    Register now for this unique opportunity to learn more about a true hero and the woman who stood beside him, whose autonomous and courageous actions so greatly influenced two revolutions that still impact our world today!


     


    Tuesday, June 7th, 2022

    6:30 pm – 8:30 pm


    Reid Hall

    4, rue de Chevreuse

    75006 Paris


    Members: €25

    Non-members: €35


    Register Now!


    Deadline for registration and payment is Thursday, June 2nd, 2022 at 12 pm.


    In case of inclement weather we will be located indoors at Reid Hall.


    Book Sales & Dedication

    Laurent Zecchini's Lafayette, Héraut de la Liberté (2019, Editions Fayard, €26) as well as Sabine Renault Sablonière's Mémoires imaginaires d'Adrienne de La Fayette (2015, Editions L'Inventaire, €20) will be available for cash-only purchase (at aforementioned publisher's price) and dedication. Please think to bring exact change.



    About Laurent Zecchini 

    Laurent Zecchini is a French journalist specializing in international and defense issues. Throughout his career Mr. Zecchini has held several foreign correspondent positions, namely in Washington, London, Jerusalem, New Delhi and Brussels.

    After having spent over 35 years of his journalistic career at Le Monde holding numerous foreign correspondant positions, in 2015 Mr. Zecchini devoted himself to writing as well as a teaching position at Sciences Po. 

    About Sabine Renault Sablonière

    Honored with the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres, a graduate of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations with a degree in Advanced Studies in Contemporary History, in 1996 Sabine Renault-Sablonière created the communications consulting firm ActuPresse.Com.

    Prior to that, she was responsible for various communication operations for political figures, companies, parapolitical and humanitarian associations as well as academic and university entities.

    Sabine Renault Sablonière is a director of the Hermione - La Fayette association.

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    ASSOCIATION REGIE PAR LA LOI DE 1901

    • 11 Jun 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Paris, Le Marais
    • 8
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    is pleased to invite you to an exclusive members-only event: 


    Private guided "Art Heart Walking Tour" (in English)

    through Paris's Marais district




    Atelier Tours Paris is thrilled to present the third installment of the popular Art Heart Walking Tours series to members of the American Club of Paris. 

    Journey through the oldest streets in Paris on an art filled adventure deep inside the historic alleys of the Marais quartier. Come along as we push open the giant doors and massive gates that protect many of the finest 17th century Hotel Particuliers in the city. Once through the majestic portals that hide many of the finest examples of classical architecture in Paris, you will discover some of the most important art and design galleries in the world.

    Inside the sublime, often vast spaces, be prepared as breathtaking architecture and art collide with unapologetic aplomb. Few places can match the feeling of Paris’ artistic soul than in the Haute Bohemian epicenter of Le Marais. Here, underground vibes merge with world-class collections, and inspired feelings takeover. Step into this swirling vortex of creative energy and meet the dynamic tastemakers shaping today’s global art market. 

    From icons of modernism to emerging talents full of promise, you will see and experience it all; paintings, sculpture, lighting and cutting edge furniture designs. 

    Become a part of the energy that is re-establishing Paris as the international epicenter of art and design. Savor the insider knowledge and “Private Access Moments” available exclusively to guests of Atelier Tours Paris. 

    Join Art Heart Walking Tours Paris Co-Founders, Eric Remmen and Zara Sajid, as they continue to demystify this universe. Revel in Paris’ creative pulse, feel the vibe, and meet fellow club members as Eric & Zara guide us through a realm once thought inaccessible. 

    It promises to be an unforgettable afternoon. Book your spot today!





    Saturday, June 11th, 2022

    Tour begins at 2:00 pm and ends around 6:00 pm with a champagne reception


    Meeting Point: Paris's Marais district

    (exact location to be revealed closer to the event date) 


    Special offer for our members: 89€ (usually 179€)


    16 places available to members only*

    Register Now!

    * Waitlist available!



    About Eric, Zara and Atelier Tours Paris:

    Eric Remmen is CEO and Co-Founder of Atelier Tours Paris. He is an art advisor and Principal of Welch Design Group. Eric co-created the Art Heart Walking Tour Series with Zara Sajid. 

    Zara Sajid is an art advisor and international curator. She was recently featured in Connaissance Des Arts Magazine. Zara has curated over 75 art exhibits globally.

    Eric and Zara’s Podcast Art Heart Radio is featured on Spotify, iTunes, and World Radio Paris

    And for more information on Atelier Tours Paris, please click here.





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    ASSOCIATION REGIE PAR LA LOI DE 1901

    • 14 Jun 2022
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Gatsby, 64 avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris
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    June Happy Hour 




    Due to this year's Fête de la Musique, please exceptionally mark your calendars for the 2nd (not 3rd!) Tuesday of the month for our famed monthly Happy Hour!


    Join us on Tuesday, June 14th for a fun evening with new and old friends, good wine and delicious cheese, charcuterie and crudités platters.


    We hope to see you then!


    Tuesday, June 14th, 2022

    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


    Le Gatsby

    64 avenue Bosquet

    75007 Paris


    Members€25*

    Non-Members: €35*


    * Price includes three glasses of wine and shared cheese, charcuterie and crudités platters.



    RSVP appreciated for planning purposes, but walk-ins welcome.



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