The Alliance Française de Sydney organises many cultural events on a monthly basis: exhibitions, concerts, conferences, cooking classes, and our traditional French events (Le Beaujolais Nouveau, Bastille Day Celebration, La Fête de la Musique). These all contribute to a very dynamic and eclectic program that will appeal to anyone who likes French culture or wants to learn more about it. These events also allow our students to immerse themselves in all aspects of French culture and practice their French. While most events are open to everyone, some are reserved for our members only.
Our major event is the Alliance Française French Film Festival, jointly organised every year in March by the 6 main Alliance Françaises of Australia, which showcases the best of French contemporary cinema.
Each month, we also recommend a selection of French events that are organised by Sydney’s main cultural institutions. Thanks to the strong relationships we have built with them, discounted ticket prices and other advantages are offered to the Alliance Française de Sydney members.
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*Please kindly note that we cannot refund tickets to our in-house cultural events. Terms and Conditions apply.
Have your work displayed at our Media Centre!
The Alliance Française de Sydney offers an exhibition space to French and Australian artists wishing to showcase their artworks for approximately one month in the public areas of the Alliance Française.
The Alliance Française de Sydney is kicking off this celebration month with a special Giveaway!
“Impression sunrise” by Monet (recently exhibited at NGA over this winter) is an iconic and pioneering painting. So what is it
about this singular work which makes it such a source of ingenuity and imagination?
During this timely discussion, ahead of the "Matisse & Picasso" exhibition at the NGA, Marie Chrétien (Master of Art at Sydney University) will explore this dynamic and porous relationship between the two pioneering artists
Join us for this fascinating discussion where Emeritus Professor Margaret Sankey will uncover the imagery created of the Australian Indigenous population during the early days of European exploration.
This conference will cover the role of the media and its approach to Franco-Australian cultural differences, with French institutions such as the War College (École de guerre) introducing intercultural programs to draw closer understanding of its allies including Australia as one of the main five countries.
This year, the fifth edition is dedicated to the incomparable Isabelle Adjani, one of France’s most acclaimed stars and the only actor in history to win five César Awards.
Every third Thursday of November, at precisely the stroke of midnight, bottles of Beaujolais Nouveau are released and uncorked, amid a flurry of parties, fireworks and other festivities across France. Come celebrate with us by tasting this vibrant and fruity wine and a specially curated selection of other wines.
On Thursday, October 31st from 12:00 to 18:15, we organize at the library a book give-away for the Halloween party.
Every Saturday afternoon through October, indulge in an exquisite experience with an exclusive afternoon tea inspired by Australian fashion illustrator Megan Hess and her acclaimed children’s book, Claris, the Chicest Mouse in Paris.
Join thousands of Francophones and Francophiles from Sydney and surrounding areas at Killarney Heights Public School’s oval for a great day of food, fashion, homewares, small vintage furniture, a historical re-enactment, music and huge rides.
Embark on a three-day journey to uncover the ongoing legacies of these three artistic icons with art commentator Jacques Le Roux.
Frenchies are creating an authentic Oktoberfeast with German food and beer. Picture a huge beer hall in Bavarian colours with long tables and endless food and beers. It will definitely be a feast!
Early birds tickets to your favourite French garden party are almost sold out!
As apple season is fast approaching, Four Frogs Crêperie is celebrating with traditional cider degustation and cocktails, along with special matching crêpes and galettes.