Last month, the Shelburne Museum collaborated with the Alliance Française of the Lake Champlain Region and Richard Gliech Translator, LLC in preparation for an exhibit of its singular collection of French Impressionist paintings. Richard Gliech worked closely with Margaret Burgess, curator of In a New Light: French Impressionism Arrives in America, to provide French-language descriptions… Read more »
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Find Richard Gliech Translator, LLC’s French translation services listed on http://www.vermont.org/, the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce’s web directory. Richard Gliech Translator, LLC offers English to French translation, consulting and interpreting services to clients in Vermont and nationwide.
Richard Gliech Translator, LLC tabled at Renewable Energy Vermont’s 2013 conference and exposition, a meeting of local minds and businesses seeking to create sustainable, community-based, renewable solutions for Vermont’s energy future. With much of state’s power currently being supplied by hydroelectric dams located in Quebec, Canada, French is at the heart of Vermont’s transition toward… Read more »
Members of Honfleur delegation pose with Vermont officials and Burlington sister-city committee. From left to right: Christine Mas, Lisa Schamberg, Lise Verroneau, Honfleur MR. Michel Lamarre and wife Corinne Lamarre, VT Sen. Patrick Leahy and wife Marcelle Leahy-Pomerleau, Burlington MR. Miro Weinberger, Ernie Pomerleau, CG. Fabien Fieschi, Dana vanderHeyden, Doreen Craft and Richard Gliech…. Read more »
Richard Gliech Translator, LLC welcomes Sarah Gliech to the team as Project Coordinator. Sarah, Richard’s daughter, recently graduated from McGill University with a BA in English Literature and resides in Burlington, VT.
Richard Gliech presented before an audience of professional translators, translation bureau representatives, and other language service providers at the American Translators Association’s 2012 Annual Conference in San Diego, California. Each year, the ATA Annual Conference attracts more than one thousand language service professionals from all over the United States and neighboring nations. Richard’s presentation, “A… Read more »
This month, Richard Gliech joined the Alliance Française of the Lake Champlain Region (AFLCR). Based in Burlington, Vermont, the AFLCR facilitates spaces, events, activities, and services to generate French cultural opportunities and awareness for communities of the Lake Champlain Region. The AFLCR is affiliated with the Federation of Alliances Françaises USA, which, according to the… Read more »
Richard Gliech has taken on the role of Corresponding Secretary of the Burlington-Honfleur Sister City Committee, a Vermont-based group established this month to facilitate the formation of official cultural and economic exchanges between Burlington, Vermont’s most populous city, and Honfleur, Normandy. Honfleur is the French port city from which Samuel de Champlain historically set sail… Read more »
Burlington, Vermont city council unanimously voted this month to adopt a non-binding resolution encouraging the city’s hospitality and retail businesses to incorporate more French into signage and daily operations. This resolution aims to increase Burlington’s accessibility for francophone tourists, many of whom travel from neighboring Québec. Canadian tourists account for more than 18% of visits… Read more »