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Fan Art Friday


On Fridays, fans of The Little Prince express their talent with Fan Art Friday!

Send us your creations via our facebook page, we’ll publish them here!

 

Agylus Du Pont d'Orgon

Agylus Du Pont d’Orgon

Carla Belen Farias Silva

Carla Belen Farias Silva

Chang Ai-Chun

Chang Ai-Chun

Lily Garfias

Lily Garfias

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luanny

Melanie Müller

Melanie Müller

Morgan Milburn

Morgan Milburn

Nielly Monteiro

Nielly Monteiro

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A collective Little Prince exhibition in Ankara, Turkey: 48 Collectors and 170 Books




48 Little Prince Book collectors all around Turkey came together to exhibit 170 different books in different languages, dialects and shapes, in Ankara. This collective exhibition will be held on 16-24 May 2015 in Tayfa Kitapkafe, in Ankara.

Visitors are enjoying the exhibition of a large collection of The Little Prince copies, including rare languages, mini books, and special editions from all around the world. They also gave the opportunity to see the first Turkish copies, which were printed as a series in Çocuk ve Yuva magazine and as 2 different books in 1953.

At this week, there are also conferences on Little Prince book, collectors’ experience, travels for Little Prince, language learning via Little Prince, translation process in different languages/dialects in Turkey, project on photographing Little Prince tattoos; workshops for kids, and readings in different languages.

The collectors formed an initiative called “Little Prince Museum Initiative” and say that “it is time for a Little Prince Museum in Turkey”.


The Little Prince movie in an animated presentation


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Two days from the worldwide Premiere in Cannes Film Festival, discover the talents who created this wonderful movie with this animated presentation :

Airmail exhibition : Saint-Exupéry and Latécoère


This beautiful exhibition is already a success. It complements the exhibition of Little Prince sculptures by Arnaud Nazare-Aga, in partnership with the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation.

The pictures of the Latecoere collection are gathered with the Saint-Exupery Estate pictures. This exhibition illustrates how the two foundations are working together, in a pioneering spirit, and how they share the same values and the same history.

The public in Singapore can discover the amazing story of the pilot in the historical context of the Aeropostale.

 

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Fan Art Friday #87


On Fridays, fans of The Little Prince express their talent with Fan Art Friday!

Send us your creations via our facebook page, we’ll publish them here!

 

Bruno Herrera

Bruno Herrera

Cindy Tremblay

Cindy Tremblay

Cose dipinte di Serena Gallo

Cose dipinte di Serena Gallo

gerardo maez

gerardo maez

Lai Souza

Lai Souza

Marta Tenaglia Galante

Marta Tenaglia Galante

Nil Akkas

Nil Akkas

Sara Echeverri Rodríguez

Sara Echeverri Rodríguez

Tania Lopezmontesdeoca

Tania Lopezmontesdeoca

Victor Arruda

Victor Arruda

吳瑋

吳瑋


Baby foxes at the Little Prince Park


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Last week, one of the Little Prince Park’s foxes, Olympe, gave birth to 4 little baby foxes. The babies will stay inside their den for one month, and then they will start to frolic !

Come visit them at the Little Prince Park !

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The Little Prince in the dark !



ESSEC Business School partners with Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation


This cooperation agreement paves the way for concrete programmes in education, the environment and corporate social responsibility

On 5 May 2015, united by common values and a pioneering spirit, ESSEC Business School and Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation, signed a partnership agreement in Singapore, aimed at building special relations with one another.  The Foundation will be able to take greater action in favour of youth in France and across the world, while ESSEC will reinforce the activities of its Center of Excellence for Management and Society, in regards to research, education or operational projects.

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Since it was first founded in 1907, ESSEC has been dedicated to shaping agile, creative and open-minded individuals, capable of combining managerial effectiveness with collective responsibility to serve the common good. Wishing to take its action on this commitment to a new level, ESSEC founded the Center of Excellence for Management and Society in 2014, dedicated to uniting reflection and action so that management serves the men and women in society, the common good and sustainable development.

Even before the Agreement was signed, ESSEC and Antoine de Saint Exupery Youth Foundation had cooperated together in December 2014, in Paris, jointly organising the launch of The Little Prince tactile art book. ESSEC’s Disability Mission and the students from the association Raid ESSEC, already extensively involved in events welcoming people with disabilities, also eagerly joined in the occasion.

The initiatives planned under this Agreement are intended to foster concrete programmes in favour of students and other ESSEC populations, in several different areas: education, the environment, corporate social responsibility, citizenship, disability, culture, philanthropy, etc.

In 2015, the exhibition “The Earth our Inheritage” organised by Antoine Saint Exupery Youth Foundation will be on display at the ESSEC Asia-Pacific Campus in Singapore, from the beginning of May and throughout the duration of the « Voilah » festival, held by the Embassy of France in Singapore, in May and June. The exhibition will also be shown on 16 October, at ESSEC’s campus in Paris-La Défense, as part of the Eco-Campus 3 colloquium: « Committ and Act for Climate” jointly organised by Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, Conférence des Présidents d’Université, ESSEC Business School and Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, within the context of COP 21 – Paris Climate 2015. The initiative is also part of the 2nd Involvement Week organised by ESSEC.

The exhibition “The Earth our Inheritage”, produced by writer Jean-Pierre Guéno, is an invitation to learn about Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s ecological thinking, through drawings and manuscripts little-known to the general public.  Numerous photos of planets and space, taken by NASA, CNES and the ESA, along with renowned photos taken by Yann Arthus-Bertrand accompany Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s message.  For Saint Exupéry, ecology is more than the call of the wild: it encompasses urban planning, social relations, Man’s experience of money and spirituality.  The beauty and fragility of our planet are also singularly echoed in the quotations taken from Saint Exupéry’s works and dotted throughout the exhibition, helping visitors understand the importance of preserving the environment and its natural resources.

Speaking opportunities at events or training seminars, special assignments and research topics for students will also be organised.  ESSEC professors and members of Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation’s Patronage Committee will also be involved.

These first initiatives are fully in step with the founding purposes of ESSEC’s Center of Excellence for Management and Society and those of the Antoine de Saint Exupery Youth Foundation.

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About ESSEC

ESSEC, founded in 1907, is one of the world’s top management schools. With 4,558 students, a wide range of management training programmes, partnerships with the world’s greatest universities, a network of 46,000 alumni, a Faculty comprising 151 full-time professors, recognized both for the quality and influence of their research, ESSEC continues to foster a tradition of academic excellence and a spirit of openness in the fields of economics, social sciences and innovation.

In 2005, ESSEC opened a campus in Asia. ESSEC’s operations in Asia Pacific, strategically located in Singapore, present the perfect foothold for ESSEC to be part of the vibrant growth of Asia and to bring its expertise to the expanding region.

www.essec.edu or www.essec.edu/asia

About the Saint Exupery Youth Foundation

 

The Saint Exupery Youth Foundation was founded in 2008 by the family of the man who penned The Little Prince and those in the aeronautic and literary communities who admire his work.  True to the spirit of the French writer and aviator, who advocated for a society based on respect for others, cultural diversity, solidarity, involvement and individual responsibility, the Saint Exupery Youth Foundation runs a variety of initiatives across the world with the aim of improving the everyday lives of youth and helping them better take up the reins of their future. The Foundation is dedicated to generous and lasting action with associations on the ground in France and across the world, supporting concrete action in the fields of education and the fight against illiteracy.

www.fasej.org/en/


Fan Art Friday #86


On Fridays, fans of The Little Prince express their talent with Fan Art Friday!

Send us your creations via our facebook page, we’ll publish them here!

Alex Diziolli

Alex Diziolli

Allen Ng

Allen Ng

Ambra Valisi

Ambra Valisi

Athos Niemeyer

Athos Niemeyer

Gabriel Venzi

Gabriel Venzi

Hildeluis Muñoz

Hildeluis Muñoz

Jay Alrich

Jay Alrich

Juan Carlos Galindo Limón

Juan Carlos Galindo Limón

Kristel Ann Cruz

Kristel Ann Cruz

Liz Vidheka-Bowliur‎

Liz Vidheka-Bowliur‎

Lu Derrien

Lu Derrien

Marco Díaz Uribe

Marco Díaz Uribe

Mariana Schmidt

Mariana Schmidt

Mona Moneva - artist

Mona Moneva – artist

Silvia Luis Gomes

Silvia Luis Gomes

Victor Maury

Victor Maury


The Little Prince in Singapore


The Little Prince is a guets of honor in the French Festival « Voilah », which is starting now !

So, it’s time for the Little Prince team to start unpacking and settling the various exhibitions.

See you in no time for the firsts events !

 

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See the program here