Alliance Française Atlanta is excited to announce a collaborative partnership with the French language-learning magazine Bien-Dire that will help Alliance Francaise teachers enrich their teaching and class offerings using Bien-Dire’s interactive, up-to-date content. Bien-Dire and Alliance Francaise will also collaborate the development of the French-language version of the Alliance Francaise Atlanta Blog. AFATL students enrolling in Winter Classes will receive the benefit of a 70% discount for a specially-prepared Alliance Francaise Atlanta Bien-Dire subscription package to include paper and digital subscriptions, downloadable audio recordings and interactive exercises.
Learn French, Live French, Love French.
The Alliance Française of Atlanta is a member supported 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the French language and francophone cultures through educational and cross-cultural programs.
Making learning Fun for ages 7-12.
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Fun French classes are weekly French classes for children aged 7-12 at a beginner or intermediate level. Students will learn the basics of the French language and culture in a fun learning environment. Students will learn to introduce and describe themselves and learn about the French-speaking world through music, arts, and games.
Alliance Française Members Enjoy:
Discounts on Alliance Française Cultural Events
Discounts on all Alliance Française Classes
Unlimited access to the online library Culturethèque.
Helping support French-speaking culture in the Atlanta Metro Area
Borrowing privileges from our libraries at our Midtown and Roswell locations
News & Updates.
The Alliance Française d’Atlanta is a member supported non-profit organization.
Alliance Française and the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta are proud to present a powerful, three-part event featuring a round table debate and two live theatrical performances by Parisian theatre director and performer
Virginie Kippelen is a French-American photographer who moved from France to Atlanta in 1991. This October, as part of the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival, her exhibition “Lost in Sight” is on display for the first