GOBELINS receives the French Excellence Award
On the occasion of the 9th ceremony of the French Excellence Awards held at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris on December 6th, GOBELINS, l'école de l'image, was distinguished for its academic excellence, its contribution to the French cultural heritage and to the influence of France in the field of creative industries.
Anne Lauvergeon, Honorary President of AREVA, presented the French Excellence Award to Nathalie Berriat, Director of GOBELINS. In her speech, she wished to pay tribute to the students and to the school's educational team because "it is the distinctiveness of our pedagogical know-how that guides our young talents towards excellence".
For the ceremony, a special film in Motion Design was directed by Noémie JOOLE - Graphic Designer Motion Designer Promotion 2017, to represent all sectors of the school. It was screened during the ceremony and impressed the guests of the evening.
Each year, the French Excellence Award distinguishes the most dynamic sectors of activity of our country, represented by men and women who, by their talent, their creativity, their ability for innovation and their know-how, participate in the influence of France at national and international level.
"This is good news for GOBELINS and a great satisfaction to see the commitment of the teaching teams and the quality of the training offered by this school rewarded. CCI Paris Ile-de-France pays the greatest attention to this school, as it does for all of its educational institutions, "said Didier Kling, President of CCI Paris Ile-de-France.
Published on 8 December 2017Back to news
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