Agenda from January 14th to January 20th

Article published on Jan. 13, 2008
Article published on Jan. 13, 2008
Don't know what to do in Paris this week? Conference : France - Germany: Together for Europe, Monday 14th January bt 9am and 6pm How is the French-German couple going in a more and more expanding Europe? This conference will be the occasion for French and German people to discuss, for the 45th anniversary of the Traité de l'Elysée. Where?

19, rue de la Trémoille, Paris 8, tube Alma-Marceau

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Irish Chamber Choir of Paris and Lachrimæ Consort - The Wild Geese, Wednesday 16th January from 7.30pm

The Irish Chamber Choir of Paris, will play with Lachrimæ Consort this week. They will perform Henri Madin’s beautiful mass, Vivat rex, as well as contemporary motets.

Where? Centre Culturel Irlandais, 5, rue des Irlandais, Paris 5, tube Place Monge

Price: 7€ - booking requested

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A psychedelic night, part 2, Friday 18th January, Point Ephémère, 8.30pm

Following the release of the compilation Voyage: Facing the History of French Modern Psychedelic Music Pan European Recording invites you to the second part of "A psychedelic night". Along with Tim Blake and Turzi, you will see Aqua Nebula Oscillator, One Switch to Collision, Service and Lisa Li Lund.

Where? Le Point Ephémère, 200 quai de Valmy, Paris 10, tube Jaurès

Price? 10€

For more information: 01 40 34 02 48

Exhibition :

Lauri Astala, Petit Spectacle, from 17 January until 8th March

Interested in losing bearings? This exhibition mixing installations and videos to blur our experience of image is for you. According to the artist himself, Petit Spectacle falls in the perspective of our experience of space. By entering the piece, the viewer enters inside an image. To read Lauri Astala's words on the exhibition (in French), click here.

Where? Institut finlandais, 60 rue des Ecoles, Paris 5, tube Cluny-La Sorbonne

For more information : 01 40 51 89 09

Cinema :

Sub, Julien Loustau (2007)

This documentary considers the solitary odyssey of the Cryobot, a probe made by the Nasa for the exploration of subglacial oceans, through ices, during a nocturnal trip on the river Yangtze. Fantastic!

This documentary can only be viewed at the Entrepôt, 7-9, rue Francis-de-Pressense, Paris 14, tube Pernety (tel: 01 45 40 07 50).

Sophie Janod