About MosaïqueCultural programs are at the core of the French Library’s mission to promote the vibrant growth of Francophone cultures and the French language in New England. From art exhibits, concerts, and film screenings to author talks and children’s workshops, we continually seek to welcome experts in various cultural fields to provide a window onto the diverse cultures of the Francophone world. In November 2016, the Mosaïque Cultural Fund celebrates five years of providing critical support for exceptional and expanded cultural programming that strives to challenge, educate, excite and inspire our New England communities.
How to further support Mosaïque
Gifts made in honor of the Mosaïque Award Ceremony are 100% tax-deductible and deeply appreciated. You may also provide critical support by joining our Mosaïque membership, our leading social group for culture enthusiasts with special membership perks. Mosaïque membership dues are partially tax-deductible and are also restricted to the Mosaïque Cultural Fund. Merci beaucoup in advance for your support!
How to Make Your Gift by Check or PhoneMake payable to: French Library
Mail to: French Library
Attn: Mr. Claude Khalife
53 Marlborough Street
Boston, MA 02116
Call: 617.912.0400 ext.416
In-person French party in English and in French
Looking for that perfect Saturday night plan? Kick-off your weekend with our beloved Dancing Off the Page! Move to the beat while you enjoy live music, wine, and French delicatessen. Bring your loved one or come alone to meet new friends! Let’s party en français !Read More
Join us at the French Library as we celebrate the launch of this annual celebration of the French language and Francophone cultures with a special meet and greet including a number of Boston's Francophone institutions.Read More
Explore the systemic gender inequality in capitalism with sociologists Céline Bessière, Sibylle Gollac and Michèle Lamont
In partnership with Villa Albertine
The French Library is pleased to welcome Céline Bessière and Sibylle Gollac, on tour in the United States with Villa Albertine, to promote the US release of their book The Gender of Capital - How Families Perpetuate Wealth Inequality. They will be in discussion with Michèle Lamont, professor at Harvard University.Read More