Difficult Encounters: Creative pedagogies for citizen engagement 5:30-6:45PM, 10 February MZ03 – Rutherford House Victoria University of Wellington Victoria University's Political Science and International Relations Programme welcomes all free of charge to an event on Monday 10 February. The
LEST WE FORGET- Exhibition opening on the occasion of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day Friday, 24 January 2020 12:30 p.m. at Hall des Pas Perdus UN Palais des Nations The installation of large-scale portraits of Holocaust survivors, designed by German-Italian artist Luigi Toscano,
ASEM Cultural Festival 2019 under the theme “Asia & Europe: Cultures Connect” will celebrate the diversity of traditional and contemporary cultural creativity in Asia and Europe, emphasising artistic and creative synergies between musicians, dancers and artists who today have increasing
Author: Strategic Communications
Each year, the European Union designates two cities to be European Capitals of Culture. In 2019, the title is being held by Matera in Italy and Plovdiv in Bulgaria. It’s a great opportunity for the cities to generate considerable cultural, social and economic benefits and it can help foster urban
In 2018, the European Union in Jordan created and funded RISE Talent Contest to promote & celebrate Jordan's youth talent & creativity in different artistic dimensions. After a successful 1st edition, the initiative is happening again this year, now larger and organized by EUNIC Jordan
To mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and to coincide with the Louvre’s blockbuster exhibition about the artist, a series of public talks will be held on the topics of Da Vinci; Renaissance Men (Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael); and Notre-Dame in Sydney from 26-28 November.
In 2018, the European Union celebrated the European Year of Cultural Heritage. As a result, the EU Delegation to Jordan partnered with the Jordanian Ministry of Tourism to launch the first ever Heritage Days in Jordan. Due to its success, the initiative is happening again in October 2019.
25 April- 2 May BALADK’s Street & Urban Art Festival is an eight day event celebrating the urban art movement. Championing live art, murals, graffiti, artist talks and workshops. The Festival is an important gathering of the global artistic community in Amman. It provides a platform for