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About Marie-Pierre Rondeau
For many years Marie-Pierre has lectured for Art Tours, a company specialized in French river cruises. The most popular cruise was the one on the Seine River. In 2000, Marie-Pierre moved to the United States and continued her passion as a freelance lecturer. She has led tours at the MET, MOMA, Guggenheim Museums, Neue Gallery and others.
Since she relocated to Chicago, she has been giving lectures at the Chicago Art Institute, MOMA and helps French and Americans to discover the treasures of the city of Chicago with architectural tours. She is also very active with the local artistic community and engages in helping the public to discover new emerging artists and the popular, growing street art.
Learn more about Marie-Pierre on Social Media:
Instagram: @Marielaguide Facebook: Marielaguidechicago Rondeau
Musiciennes de légende by Marina Chiche
Author talk and book signing
The French Library is pleased to welcome award-winning French violinist and author Marina Chiche. Marina will tell us more about her work on making classical music accessible to the widest audience possible and highlighting exceptional women performers forgotten by history because of their gender.Read More
Arthur Rimbaud from A to Z with French specialist Alain Borer, featuring artworks by Oana Lauric
Conference and Art exhibition
The French Library is honored to welcome French Rimbaud’s specialist Alain Borer for a poetic night dedicated to one of the most well-known and talented French poet, Arthur Rimbaud.Read More
French winter antidote: croissant et chocolat chaud
In person Baking Event in French
Don’t you wish you could take a bite of a “just out of the oven” real French croissant, beurré à souhait and dip it in your morning coffee? Make your dream come true by rolling up your sleeves and join to Sonia to learn how to make delicious French croissants.Read More