Category Archive: Exhibition

OHRID – LIVING HISTORY 21 – 28 May 2012

The Exhibition of Ohrid Region: natural and cultural history and resorts Ohrid is one of the most beautiful towns in the Republic of Macedonia, settled by the Ohrid Lake. It boasts with rich cultural history and unique natural world. Inhabited in early times, the town once had 365 churches – one for each day in …

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THE MOBILE BALKAN

The Mobile Cultural Balkan is an initiative to bring together individuals, organisations, institutions, local authorities UK, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Macedonia, Albania and Serbia to contribute towards a joint objective to present and promote the unique traditional ethnic heritage and cultural inheritance of the Balkans. The background concept is that people generally across Europe and from …

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PRO ART CLUB

INVITATION            WE INVITE ALL OUR FRIENDS AND OTHER INTERESTED PEOPLE TO APPLY FOR PARTICIPATION IN OUR PROJECTS AND WORKSHOPS  These projects involve visits to museums, art galleries, heritage sites and buildings of historic importance, concerts and theatres, travel opportunities to European countries with the aim to learn about the traditions …

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Byzantium – Gateway between East and West

The Scotland- Russia Forum http://www.scotlandrussiaforum.org Byzantium – Gateway between East and West                Exhibition Sat 4 February to Sat 17 March 2012 This exhibition presents 1000 years of the Byzantine Empire’s history, from its establishment in 330 AD by the Emperor Constantine to its fall in 1435. It shows …

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AFRICA – MASKS AND FIGURINES EXHIBITION

1-15 February 2010, at the Chelsea Old Town Hall, Reference Library. 16-30 October 2010, at the Fulham and Hammersmith Libraries November-December 2010, at Henry Compton Secondary Boys School, Fulham This is a public exhibition about original traditional African art, masks, figurines and small objects, made by anonymous artists from various tribes across the continent and …

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