Featured Portland French Events
The Alliance Française holds cultural events throughout the year, large and small. They are mostly in English and are open to the public. Come join us!
The member discount is applicable for one ticket per member.
Guests must pay the non-member price. Please note that a reservation is only confirmed upon receiving payment.
If tickets are available, the Alliance can accept payment at the door by credit card, check, or cash.
- Registration for Alliance Française events can be made in person at our office, over the phone, by mail, or through the web site.
- Please make all checks payable to: Alliance Française de Portland. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express.
Cancellations & Refunds:
- Refunds will be automatically issued if the Alliance cancels an event.
- If you need to cancel your registration for an event, you must do so at least 24 hours prior to the start of the program, and you will be fully credited toward a future event.
- Refunds must be requested in writing no less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled event and will incur a 4% credit card processing fee.
This fall, all classes are offered in two five-week-long modules. You may choose to attend just one or take both parts. We highly recommend signing up for both sections from the beginning to ensure your spot in both; space is limited and the other section might turn up full if you wait till later to enroll.
Choose from one of the registration discounts – valid up until August 12:
- Everyone is invited to enjoy a 10% Early Bird discount using the code earlybird at checkout.
- Seniors are eligible for a 15% discount using the code senior.
Don't miss an opportunity to study the French cinéma through the lens of racial and social inequalities. This is a new addition to our French à la carte program!
You will study two award-winning movies, Intouchables and Indigènes, each over a two-week period. First, the teacher will cover the cinematographic techniques, the plot and vocabulary specific to each film. Then students will discuss racial questions and inequalities shown in the plot and also study the historic and social context.
The class is designed for B1-C1 level students and meets every Thursday at 6 pm for 1.5 hours over 4 weeks. July 16 - August 6.
Sign up for a bundle of four for $105 or drop in on any single class for $28.