French-American Cultural Foundation

French-American Cultural Foundation

The French-American Cultural Foundation is comprised of individuals and organizations that strive to foster relationships between France and the United States.

Celebrating International Intersections

French-American Cultural Foundation

The French-American Cultural Foundation's work is rooted in the belief that France and the United States' rich history and enduring values of independence, creativity, and excellence constitute the basis of an important relationship between the two countries. The Foundation celebrates and promotes these cultural and commercial bonds through partnerships with powerhouse institutions in both countries, including the Embassy of France, the Palace of Versailles, the National Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, among others. This history of partnerships has given rise to countless initiatives and events across the visual and performing arts, history, education, and sciences. Additionally, the Foundation engages in fundraising and organizing to support the preservation, restoration, and exhibition of shared French and American historical artifacts and monuments, to further encourage public understanding of the countries' intersecting pasts. Through this multifaceted approach, the Foundation honors the past, celebrates the present, and builds for the future of French-American partnerships across all sectors of society.

GRoW Support

2014

Project - France Magazine

2012

Project - France Magazine

2010

Project - France Magazine

2009

Project - France Magazine