Good Deals & Calendar For November

Photoquai Biennale: “we Are Family”

In its fifth edition, the photography biennale Photoquai sets itself up on the banks of the Seine, on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and in several other public spaces across the city, to display the unedited works of forty non-European photographers. This year’s exhibition is open until 22nd November and revolves around a reflection on the notion of family: indeed, what does it mean to “make a family”?

Opposite the Quai Branly Museum, 37 quai Branly, 75007, Paris, RER Pont de l’Alma

Festival: “changeons D’air”

From 31st October to 28th November 2015, dotted across Paris and its suburbs, the “A Change of Air” festival invites you to redefine and reinterpret the concept of travel, one that respects people and their lands, creating unexpected discoveries and unique encounters. Combining discussions and concerts, tastings and workshops, exhibitions and projections, “A Change of Air” will take you on a veritable journey, with its invitation open to all!

Jazz Concert: “la France Qui Ne Se Couche Pas”

Every street in Paris tells a story and there is no doubt that the positive vibes of the Café Universel will remain engraved in the memory of the rue Saint-Jacques. Slightly off the beaten track of the Latin Quarter, this live-music hall has acted as a springboard for many aspiring artists who have found the Café Universel to be the ideal setting to express their artistic individuality. On Saturday 7th November at 9pm, the Café Universel invites you to enjoy their free jazz concert ‘La France qui ne se couche pas’ (‘The France That Never Sleeps’).

267 rue Saint-Jacques, 75005, Paris, RER Port Royal or Luxembourg

Street Art: “the Rosa Parks’ Wall-forum”

Three renowned street artists, Shepard Fairey, Kashink and Zepha, have joined forces to produce a large street-art mural and now await your input and inspiration. Through a series of artistic workshops, meetings and seminars led by these three pioneers between 7th October and 19th December 2015, the theme of civil rights and the figure of Rosa Parks will be discussed and developed via this interactive piece of art.

104-164 rue d’Aubervilliers, 75019, Paris, M° Rosa Parks