Events

List of the upcoming events of the Association

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic and the current restrictions in France the Association's events are either taking place online or are postponed

ANZAC Day Turkish Dinner

25th of April at 7.30 pm

As has been our tradition for many years, our France New Zealand Association ANZAC dinner traditionally held in a Turkish restaurant will be held at Le Janissaire restaurant, 22 allée Vivaldi, 75012 Paris at 7:30pm on ANZAC Day, Monday 25th of April.


This is always a great opportunity to spend time together amongst Kiwis and Friwis and meet newcomers around absolutely delicious food in a beautiful setting on the allée de Vivaldi on the beautiful Coulée Verte.


This event is open to both members and non-members. If you wish to join the association go to: https://www.francenz.org/rejoignez-nous-join-us


The restaurant has kindly created a special menu for us this year with several options including vegetarian and alcohol free. We hope this menu will suit you but if for any reason it does not suit, do let us know so we can inform the restaurant and can organise ahead. If you do accept the proposed menu, there is no need to give us your chosen menu option until the server takes the order.


Menu with main course options and apéritif option:


ENTRÉE (vegetarian for all)

ASSORTIMENT D’ENTRÉE comprenant Tarama - Feuille de vigne farcie - Émincé de chou rouge au yaourt à l’ail - Purée d’oignons aubergines et poivrons - Feuilleté au fromage - Purée de pois chiches au sésame - Concassé de tomates et oignons épicés


PLAT AU CHOIX (À CHOISIR SUR PLACE)

BOULETTES DE VIANDE HACHÉE ENROBÉES D’AUBERGINES

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FILET DE POISSON (SELON ARRIVAGE) CUIT À LA PLANCHA

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AUBERGINE FARCIE AUX OIGNONS ET POIVRONS, GRATINÉE AU FROMAGE


DESSERT

ASSORTIMENT DE DESSERTS


1 BOUTEILLE DE VIN DE TURQUIE POUR 4 PERSONNES


CAFÉ EXPRESSO ou THÉ TURC


PRIX TTC PAR PERSONNE 34 €

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39 € AVEC UN APÉRITIF AU CHOIX (RAKI ou KIR ou COCKTAIL SANS ALCOOL)


You can RSVP >>here<<. Please reply by Tuesday the 19th.


We very much look forward to seeing you there.


Exhibition of Pacific Art in Paris - Guided Tour

Week of the 16th to 19th of February - Free visit from 11th of February to 2nd of March

Join us for a guided visit of 40 works of contemporary Pacific art. The exhibition has works by 15 artists, covering three generations from the most established such as Dame Robin White, Lisa Reihana MNZM, Brett Graham, Shane Cotton and John Pule, to mid-career artists such as Kelcy Taratoa and emerging artists as Cora-Allan Wickliffe. The exhibition is being co-organised by Christie's auction house [More HERE] and two NZ gallerists, Alison Bartley and John Gow – along with Contemporary HUM [More information about this group by clicking HERE].

Christie’s has agreed to take one group from the France New Zealand Association (max 15) on a guided visit of these 40 works – with the guide fluent in both French and English. If you are interested in joining us, please follow this link to select your preferred day and time from the small number of options provided, and leave your contact details so that we can organise the finer details with you directly. Click here to access the form.

The exhibition is at Christie’s auction house in Paris, from 11 February-1 March 2022, with an auction of all of the works taking place online over that period. Christie’s are at 9 Avenue Matignon, 4 minutes’ walk from Metro Franklin D. Roosevelt.

We will identify the date and time that works best for most people, so it is really important that you indicate whether you are available for more than one option. And if more than 15 of you are interested in seeing this exhibition with a guided visit of the works, I am happy to discuss the possibility of a second tour with Christie's.

If you are interested in being part of this guided visit, please respond by Wednesday 9 February. Susan Hitchiner, a member of our Board, will contact everybody who responds by Sunday 13 February to let you know the outcome.

This is a free exhibition that is open to the public so you are, of course, welcome to view it at any time that suits you.