If you’re reading Frenchly, you’re likely already a fine thinker. No doubt you’ll feel right at home at the Night of Philosophy and Ideas (Nuit de la Philosophie et des Idées) in San Francisco on Saturday, February 2.
The (French) concept: the audience will attend a marathon of conferences and performances that run all night long, from 7pm to 2am. This year’s theme: the city of the future. Several notable speakers will participate in this evening of reflection, including French street artist JR, the recent three-Michelin star winner chef Dominique Crenn, and the French ambassador to the United States, Gérard Araud. This free event will take place at the San Francisco Public Library.