Minister of Culture and Communication Christine Albanel of France

French minister of culture Christine Albanel has launched the "Arenes europeennes de l'independence" (European Arena Of Independence), a two-day conference session gathering European independent companies from the cultural field - mainly music, cinema and literature.
Albanel is agrégé in classical Letters.
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Christine Albanel has been named Minister of Culture, replacing the much disliked Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres.
The following facts are from Le Figaro: Christine Albanel was born on June 25, 1955 in Toulouse.
Her father Jean-Claude Albanel was a doctor.
punched a hole in a prized Impressionist painting.
Starting Jan 1, 14 French museums and monuments will open to visitors free of charge for six months, Culture Minister Christine Albanel said today.
Albanel said the bill was balanced and takes an essentially preventive and educational approach to illicit downloading.
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PARIS (Reuters) - France should impose tougher penalties on art vandals, Culture Minister Christine Albanel said on Monday, after intruders broke into a Paris museum at the weekend and punched a hole in a prized Impressionist painting.
10/8/08 — Cultural policy — Paris, Ministry of Culture — The French Minister of Culture Christine Albanel had stated several times that she wished to have sentences for art work thefts increased, an urgent step as these were until now practically ridiculous (there was no difference between the theft of an ordinary object and one of cultural heritage.
An alarm sounded and the group left, but not before damaging the invaluable painting, an aide to Culture Minister Christine Albanel said by telephone.