Jazz enthusiasts, save the date! The American Center for Art and Culture invites you to enjoy, on February 22, 2020, the Blue Bird Jazz Club, a musical night untouched by time. For the night and as part of the Black History Month, you’re given free access to the temporary bar set up on the occasion.
The Mona Bismarck American Center based in Paris 16th arrondissement changes its name to become the American Center for Art and Culture, starting this July 4, 2019. The only American cultural center devoted to American art and culture in Paris wishes to get closer to American culture enthusiasts and Americans staying in Paris with events open to all.
Mona Bismarck American Center (or soon to be called American Center for Art and Culture on July 4, 2019) offers concerts from June 8 to July 27, 2019, between jazz and funk. On the occasion, Sarah McCoy, Akua Naru as well as Jamison Ross have been announced for the temporary Live@ event.
Paris / New-York Heritage Festival 2019 takes over Paris with a new edition to be discovered from June 12 to 16. On the menu? Concerts, screenings and debates over African, African-American, Latin-American and autochthon arts.
On June 1, 2017, Modules (La plage du 6B) Doppler (Friche Richard Lenoir, NBS Sundays, La Marbrerie), Bonomy (Little Red Door, Lulu White, Bonhomie) join forces at the Mona Bismarck American Center to offer you… Summer House. Nestled in the capital’s 16th arrondissement, Summer House is the brand-new pop-up venue dedicated to US pop culture in Paris. Throughout the summer, Parisians and tourists will feel the rhythm of a precise music programming, artistic performances whilst eating delicious treats and sipping delightful cocktails.