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Online COURSES and GROUPS


Here at WICE, the team is working to try and move as many of our courses as possible online to try and provide continuity to our members here in Paris during the current lock-down period. We are also planning to run a number. The language courses are leading the charge online but we are endeavouring to get as much content and as many of our members learning and interacting online as possible.

Stand by to check this page over the coming days as we provide updates on when these online events will take place.

Upcoming Events

    • 10 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 01 Aug 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 4 sessions
    • Private residence Online
    • 16
    Register

    Course Description: 

    Join Chef Alisa Morov in this series of online tested French Cooking courses for all levels. You’ll learn authentic, delicious French recipes that can be made wherever you live: get techniques, history of what you're making, and insights about Living in France.

    The courses are filmed and transmitted live from this private Paris kitchen. Whether taking a single course or joining in the month of culinary delights, you will cook in the comfort of your home while sharing the screen exclusively with WICE member classmates and their personal guests.

    Once registered, you will receive the recipe, ingredients, equipment list, and a dedicated Zoom link directly from Alisa to your inbox. Allow yourself time to get prepared! Register now.

    WICE online courses are interactive, and for these Zoom sessions we'll allow email questions in advance, work with cameras on and, when finished, share photos of what we've made together.

    Alisa will facilitate the learning session, cooking live, showing examples, sharing creations, pouring a glass of wine, and entertaining questions and comments. Tasting while sharing online is welcome!

    At the conclusion of each class, participants are encouraged to continue communications with this award winning Paris cooking instructor, caterer, author, guide and foodie. Master an authentic French recipe in 2-3 hours, by joining us Fridays in July! (6:00 PM CET-Paris /12:00 noon EST)

    About the Instructor: Alisa Morov from Sweet Pea Paris is originally from Los Angeles, where she has cooked, baked and made art for many years. Passionate about people, food, cultural differences, architecture, art… For over 20 years Alisa has been in France: cooked in restaurants, written three cookbooks, launched a private chef-catering business, Sweet Pea Paris, that has expanded to include sharing her passions about French culture and great food, into food tours and teaching cooking & culture, via classes, in person and now via Zoom. What happens when we share food is magic.

     


    This class will be held via Zoom. The instructor will email the link and details for preparation in advance. The shopping list for cooking ingredients will be emailed ahead of time for individual purchase. 


    • 15 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 24 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 8 sessions
    • Remote online, details will be emailed directly to you for access
    • 1
    Register

    Improve your French conversation skills this summer with eight days in a fun and interactive advanced beginner conversation class. Lessons will focus on conversation and speaking practice to give you the confidence to move beyond basic interactions.

    Lessons will include grammar, vocabulary and cultural components. The class will meet for two hours a day, over eight weekdays for 16 classroom hours from Wednesday July 15 to Friday, July 24.

    Small class size of between five to eight people ensure individual attention and plenty of opportunities to practice your new skills.

    The class is for those with advanced beginner to low intermediate knowledge of French. (A2 to B1). Before registering for the program you may want to check if the level is right for you using the French Placement Test. We recommend that you take this assessment once, without assistance or study aids.

    About the Instructor: Audrey Charmont has a Masters in Marketing and Communications as well as a DAEFLE (French as a Foreign Language). She has French teaching experience in France and abroad. For the past twelve years, she has built a combined business.

    Photo Credit: Nancy Cooper Elshikha

    • 15 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 24 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 8 sessions
    • Remote online, details will be emailed directly to you for access
    • 1
    Register

    Perfect your French language skills this summer with eight days in a fun and interactive intermediate/advanced French class. Lessons will focus on conversational interactions with a focus on pronunciation and informal French to help you sound like a native speaker. Lessons will cover advanced grammar points and insights into the French point of view with activities based on the history of France and French humor.

    The class will meet for two hours a day, over eight weekdays for 16 classroom hours from Wednesday July 15 to Friday, July 24. Small class size of five to eight people ensures individual attention and plenty of opportunities to practice your new skills. The class is for those with intermediate to advanced knowledge of French. (B2 to A1) Before registering for the program you may want to check if the level is right for you using the French Placement Test. We recommend that you take this assessment once, without assistance or study aids.

    About the Instructor: Audrey Charmont has a Masters in Marketing and Communications as well as a DAEFLE (French as a Foreign Language). She has French teaching experience in France and abroad. For the past twelve years, she has built a combined business.

    Photo Credit: Nancy Cooper Elshikha

    • 03 Nov 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • Remote Online (Zoom)
    • 20
    Register

    Would you like to read and understand paintings through its symbols? Since the 15th century, artists have used details in paintings which are endowed with a specific meaning. It can be religious, spiritual, an expression of luxury, the passing of time, corruption etc. Whether a colour, a reference to the animal or natural worlds, a particular type of fabric, food and beverages, etc. we will explore a selection of paintings and decipher their messages. An experience to art history.

    About the Instructor: Catherine Estivalezes holds a PhD in British and American Studies from the Sorbonne and has been involved for years in a foundation for promoting contemporary art, before getting back to art history studies. She has several years of experience in guiding, including districts, monuments, museums, and temporary exhibitions.

    Image Credit: symbolespeinture



    This Lecture will be held online via Zoom. Details of Joining the Meeting will be emailed 24 hours before class start.


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