Once again, the European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao supports the upcoming BEC EnviroSeries Conference with the theme of “The Greater Bay Area – Leveraging opportunities forHong Kong in the transition towards sustainability”.
The conference will be held on 23 May 2018 at The Mira Hong Kong.
The European Union Delegation to Montenegro and the EU Info Centre announced a competition for the best photograph on the topic of cultural heritage. The contest, titled “Our Cultural– European Heritage” is organised to mark May 9, Europe Day.
The event, panel discussion on how Europe keeps and preserves its cultural heritage, will be the occasion to present Europeana, the EU digital platform for cultural heritage and participation of Serbian institutions to it as well as to present results of ongoing digitisation process in Serbia.
The Alliance Française French Film Festival will return to Wellington screens from 7-28 March inviting audiences to experience one language and a world of emotions. Following the success of the 2017 Festival, the 2018 event will feature over 30 of the finest films from France and French-speaking regions. As New Zealand’s premier event celebrating French culture, the 2018 Alliance Française French Film Festival will continue to bring scintillating French cinema to an audience spanning 13 cities around the country.
On Monday 5 March at 6pm, the Embassy of Italy invites you to the 2nd Italian Design Day at Auckland Art Gallery. The day is dedicated to the relationship between design and sustainability and to the promotion of the 22nd Milan Triennale which will take place in 2019. The event will include a lecture by Architect Arturo Dell-Aqua Bellavitis, President of the Fondazione Museo del Design at the Milan Triennale.
The Embassy of Italy cordially invites you to Italy XX Century, a concert by the Manghi-Villani duo. Luca Manghi and Flavio Villani, Italian musicians now based in New Zealand, will perform a programme of twentieth-century Italian works for flute and piano. They will explore the various musical styles of a century of Italian music, from the neoclassicism of Giorgio Ferrari to the more contemporary works of Luciano Berio and Salvatore Sciarrino.
The exhibition will present a selected number of awarded projects and initiatives, as well as provide an insight into the range of activities of the organization Europa Nostra. The exhibition will remain on view until 3 March 2018.