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Education seeks to increase access to knowledge for the young generation of Georgians. The programme highlights study opportunities in Europe and provides modern skills for young professionals in Georgia through conferences, workshops, seminars and trainings conducted in partnership with the European educational institutions.Education seeks to increase access to knowledge for the young generation of Georgians. The programme highlights study opportunities in Europe and provides modern skills for young professionals in Georgia through conferences, workshops, seminars and trainings conducted in partnership with the European educational institutions.
- Information Centre – electronic collection of educational resources
- European Alumni Club – a network of European university graduates in Georgia
- “Study in Europe” seminars for students New Media and Social Networking workshops
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On June 26th, 19:00, the European House invites you to participate in the project – “One and Multi-European Europe on the background of the XX and XXI-Century Ballet” – another evening called “Sit and Smile”. The philosopher and independent journalist Khatuna Szarulua introduces the version of the greatest choreographer of our time, German Pina Bach’s choreography play, mythical “ContaThof” (premiered on November 9, 1978, in Wuppertal), in 2008, with the participation of teenagers from 14 to 18 years old and one of the modern dance – One of the most talented dancers and choreographer, French Bor He was the latest child artist of the “baby” (premiere on 7 July 2011 at Avignon Festival).
“On the one hand,” says Khatuna Mzarelua, a distinguished author of the project’s commitment to the project, “The topics of the child and adolescents will be the best of the summer evenings; On the other hand, together with the above-mentioned masterpieces, they will think differently about these themes as well as the creators of this masterpiece. In parallel to this he will play the role of writers: German Bertolt Brecht, Russian Vladimir Nabokov, Georgian artist Niko Lomashvili and Spanish filmmaker Carlos Sura.
The project is implemented with the support of the French Institute. We would like to express our gratitude to the Boris Sharm and His Dance Museum (Tanztheater Wuppertal) and Ms. Marine Mousandar for the most important contribution to the project implementation of the Pina Bachu Company Musée de la danse.
In the evening there will be excerpts from ballet creations and exclusive photo materials. Attendance is free.
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