Europe of Citizens, Future of Europe, ASfE workshop organized by SCF with support of Adenauer Foundation
in partnership with National Youth Palace
This October, National Youth and Children's Palace is hosting "A Soul for Europe"
How to build a common European public space and foster a sense of responsibility for the future of Europe? Stichting Caucasus Foundation, members of the "A Soul for Europe" initiative and the National Youth and Children's Palace will organize workshops for Georgian students and representatives of civil society. The workshop is targeted at the young generation of Georgia having different ethnic backgrounds and will discuss topics concerning the European crisis, the expectations of young people from European institutions and platforms as well as their own ideas when it comes to the future of the EU and their city in 20 years. The results of the workshop will be presented to a representative from the local authorities during a public event. We are excited that the identified topics will be elaborated in a panel at the annual "A Soul for Europe" Conference 2017 in Berlin.
Project is organized with the general support of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Tbilisi.
Forum Tblissi "Future of Citizens - Future of Europe"
11-15 October 2017, organized by Stichting Caucasus Foundation /In the frame of 20th anniversary of Foundation/ in partnership with Youth National Palace, results will be presented at the A Soul for Europe Conference 2017 in Berlin. Thanks to the generous support of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Tblissi.
Main topics of the workshop:
A Soul for Europe
Think - Imagine - Act - Workshop for young people in Georgia (draft concept)
Thinking of Georgia/Europe -What is the most European moment of your life you can think of?
Imagining Georgia & Europe -a) Imagine Georgian society/your city in 20 years if relations with EU will improve / b) Imagine Georgian society/your city in 20 years if EU does not exist anymore
How the initiative A Soul for Europe and its bottom-up-approach can help to encourage Georgian citizens to be more active for Europe
What should (local/national/European) politicians do to improve our Georgian society? What can I do individually or in a group (as a citizen) to improve my society?
How ASfE could work with the proposals of participants (i.e. social media, handing them over to politicians/decision makers, article/blog entry about wishes and imaginations) What are the most important policy recommendation & ideas for activism?
How to take action with A Soul for Europe and how you can act being a young citizen in Tbilisi
In Tbilisi 60 young Georgians imagined the future and discussed how they can shape their country as citizens.
Steve Austen: For me, as one of the earliest adapters of SCF activities in Georgia, I can see the enormous (positive) changes that have taken place in the knowledge, comparative thinking and originality of ideas that are common nowadays in the invited generation.
Many thanks to SCF that has an impressive track record in this field.
The support of Adenauer Foundation was essential for the great success of this encounter with the future decision making class of Georgia.
Andreas Bock: It can be concluded that at least among young, educated Georgians from urban areas there is a strong desire for living in a society that is based on democratic structures, universal values and the rule of law. During the workshop these aspects have been attributed exclusively to the West and more specifically to the European Union.
Dr. Levan Khetaguri: We think that will be important to find the ways to enlarge such workshops out from Tbilisi to other locations and cities as well in other Caucasian countries like Armenia and Azerbaijan.
SCF President’s Dr. Levan Khetaguri’s new article – The role of the EU in Georgia was published in Germany
4 Georgian festivals were awarded by the EFFE label.
Official ceremony of the certificates delivery was organised by SCF as EFFE Hub in Tbilisi at the NATO and EU informational centre.
„EFFE LABEL 2017-2018” PROGRAM AWARD CEREMONY
On June 27, 13:00, “NATO & EU Info Center” hosted „EFFE Label 2017-2018” Program final meeting and award ceremony in Georgia.
Within the meeting EFFE Georgian Hub representatives on the framework of EFA and Stiching Caucasus Foundation awarded „EFFE Label 2017-2018” Program winner festivals from Georgia.
We are very glad to inform you that from Georgia for the first time Europe featured festivals have become the following ones:
1) International Animation Film Festival – NIKOZI
2) Batumi Music Fest
3) Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre
4) GIFT in Tbilisi in honor of Mikhail Tumanishvili
“EFFE Label” is their international recognition guarantee, and another success on the way of European Integration.
International Animation Film Festival “Nikozi”
GIFT - Georgian International Festival of Arts in Tbilisi
Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre
Batumi Music Fest
With the support of SCF by ARI was published book by Levan Khetaguri “Mith, Paradihm and Histry in British Drama” in Georgian language.
CHINA – publications with info about SCF
SCF as one of the offices of ASfE in Tbilisi starting preparation for a youth forum workshop,, by the strategic group members about citizenship and EU issues.
In the frame of International Seminar was an organised Georgia-Iran Performing art Platform II meeting, moderated by Dr. Levan Khetaguri, meeting was attended by the more than 10 young Iranian theatre representatives. During the was discussed the ways for a possible cooperation.
TEHRAN – Tehran’s City Theater Complex will host the Seminar of Theater and the Capacity of Non-Governmental Sectors from March 5 to 7, 2017.
Sixteen papers from Iran and fourteen papers from different countries including Russia, Mexico, Azerbaijan, Italy, Germany, Spain, Georgia, India, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Nigeria and Hungary will be presented at the seminar.
Among the scholars who will attend the colloquium are prominent Italian theater critic Andrea Porcheddu, Georgian theater scholar Levan Khetaguri, German director and playwright Friederike Felbeck, Spanish stage director and playwright Pilar Gonzalez-Almansa and Azerbaijani stage director and scholar Tarlan Rasulov.
According the ECF Batumi declaration SCF starting implementation process and signed memorandum with National Youth Palace to create Cultural Diplomacy Academy and as pilot project launch it in November 2017.
Culture for Development Indicators – Technical Report presentation by SCF and ARI
ევროკავშირისა და აღმოსავლეთ პარტნიორობის კულტურისა და კრეატიულობის პროგრამის ფარგლებში, საქართველოში მიმდინარეობსპროექტი - „კულტურის ინდიკატორები განვითარებისათვის“ (CDIS), რომელიც მიზნად ისახავს ქვეყნის ეკონომიკური და მდგრადი განვითარების საქმეში კულტურის როლის წარმოჩენას.
30 იანვარს, კულტურის სამინისტროში გაიმართა პროექტის ფარგლებში ჩატარებული კვლევის, პირველი ეტაპის პრეზენტაცია. ღონისძიებაში მონაწილეობა მიიღეს საქართველოს კულტურისა და ძეგლთა დაცვის მინისტრმა მიხეილ გიორგაძემ, საერთაშორისო ექსპერტებმა - ნაიმა ბურგემ (საფრანგეთი) და საიმონ ელისმა (კანადა), ასევე სხვადასხვა ორგანიზაციის წარმომადგენლებმა. შეხვედრაზე განიხილეს პროგრამის პირველი ეტაპის შედეგები და ისაუბრეს სამომავლო მიზნებსა და ამოცანებზე.
იუნესკოს მიერ შემუშავებული კულტურის ინდიკატორების კვლევის მეთოდოლოგია იკვლევს კულტურის როლს ქვეყნის პოლიტიკის ისეთ 7 საკვანძო განზომილებაში, როგორიცაა: ეკონომიკა, განათლება, მმართველობა, სოციალური ჩართულობა, გენდერული თანასწორობა, კომუნიკაცია და მემკვიდრეობა.ინდიკატორების შემუშავების მეთოდოლოგია საერთაშორისოდაა აღიარებული ევროკავშირისა და იუნესკოს მიერ.
აღმოსავლეთ პარტნიორობის კულტურის პროგრამის ინიციატივით, კულტურის ინდიკატორების კვლევის მეთოდოლოგიის დანერგვა დაიწყო როგორც საქართველოში, ასევე, უკრაინაში, სომხეთში, აზერბაიჯანსა და ბელორუსსში. ამ პროცესში უკვე ჩართულია მოლდოვა.
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ფოტო / კულტურის სამინისტრო/გელა ბედიანაშვილი
თბილისი, 30 იანვარი, 2017 წელი.
21 January, 2017 – Tbilisi
23 January, 2017 - Batumi
Presentation of EFFE Label project – Tbilisi, Betumi
20th year of Stichting Caucasus Foundation (SCF) – Representative in Georgia - International Bureau for Caucasian Cultural Programs /IBCCP/
International Center for Culture and Science
Since 1997 in the region
“Twenty years of innovation and civic entrepreneurship, that is how I do validate the enormous endeavour of the founders of SCF and their colleagues and friends.
The wide spread knowledge of Georgia and other regions and countries in the Caucasus all over Europe in cultural and journalistic circles has its origin in activities of SCF . mostly in cooperation with European partners.
The value of the long term influence of SCF’s activities and international networking cannot be overestimated.
A unique cultural and civic engine for mutual understanding and flourishing international relations”.
Permanent Fellow Felix Meritis Foundation
President of SCF take part at the EFFE meeting in Brussels
A presentation of Chôros by Levan Khetaguri from Tbilissi
Chôros has been selected by the European Commission to be presented during the Creative Europe showcase in Brussels, on Thursday 27th of October 2016.
Nicolas (Image Aiguë, Lyon) and Hanna (from Sarajevo) will present to the audience their experience of the project.
Follow the live stream!
Welcome to Batumi and the 15th session of the European Cultural Parliament, ECP!
The “European Cultural Parliament” is a forum for European personalities in the fields of arts, culture and letters for dialogue, discussions and debate about European culture. The ECP was founded in the premises of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, in November 2001. The objective was – and still is – to strengthen the role of cultural and artistic ideas and initiatives in Europe and to promote ethical and aesthetic values in the European project. By summer 2016 there are about 160 Members from 43 European countries in the Cultural Parliament.
ECP Batumi 15th session is supported by The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Ajara Autonomous Republic of Georgia
Co-organizer in Georgia is Stichting Caucasus Foundation NL/Georgia
Sponsors and supporters:
Ajara Government Office
Ajara Tourism Department
Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University
Rusudan Petviashvili Art Gallery, Batumi
Wine Company GIUAANI
“The Batumi session takes place in turbulent times for Europe. Apart from establishing new contacts, discussing new interdisciplinary projects and developing ideas on the role of artists as inspirers for the rest of Society the session will also discuss cultural consequences of “Brexit”, the refugee crisis and other burning European issues” – Karl-Erik Norrman – Co-founder and Secretary General of the ECP
Workshops, Conference, Performances
27-29 of September 2016, Batumi, Georgia.
Creative project, dedicated to one of the remarkable personalities of XX century Giorgi Gurdjieff – “Gurdjieff and Contemporary Culture”, which include scientific conference, workshops and performances.
The project is the initiative of Stichting Caucasus Foundation (SCF) and Fico Ballet together with international partners (ITI Georgian Centre).
SCF in past was organizer of international conference and publication in 2007 “Gurdjieff in Tiflis”.
Project is aimed during the conference to show relation of contemporary arts forms and Gurdjieff; will be shown two performances and organized several workshops.
Gurdjieff and Contemporary Culture
27-29 September, 2016
September 27 - BATUMI / GEORGIA
10:00-12:30 Workshop A / Body - Mind - Spirit & Dance Improvisation with Goran Bogdanovski
15:00-17:30 Workshop B / Archetypes as a Tool for Dance Improvisation with Sandra Anais
18:00-21:00 Workshop C (part1) / Dervish in progress with Ziya Azazi
September 28 - BATUMI / GEORGIA
10:00 Conference presentations and discussions –
Dr. Levan Khetaguri: Gurdjieff and Culture
Milos Kecman: When the words meet the bones
Sandra Anais : Dancing Archetypes - Uncovering Yourself
Goran Bogdanovski : Breathing as a carrier of the awareness - Dancing the Present
Ziya Azazi: Dervish whirling as an artistic Tool
16:00-19:00 Workshop D (part1) / Gurdjieff dances & Where is my Attention Now? with Miloš Kecman
20:00 - Improvisation performance / Goran Bogdanovski & Sandra Anais
- Performance / Ziya Azazi : Dervish in progress
September 29 - BATUMI / GEORGIA
10:00-13:00 Workshop D (part2) / Gurdjieff dances & Where is my Attention Now? with Miloš Kecman
15:00-19:00 Workshop C (part2) / Dervish in progress with Ziya Azazi & Sound Bath with Meric Firatli
You could take part as participant, speaker or observer – number of participants is limited.
Deadline for request is 10th of August.
For more information, please, contact us for the registration forms and conditions.
Representative of two countries during the round table have exchange ideas, projects and plan future co-productions, joint projects.
Round tables were moderated by Dr. Levan Khetaguri and Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili.
At the round tables take part: David Sakvarelidze – President of UNESCO ITI Georgian National Centre, Nineli Chankvetadze – Artistic Director of Poti Regional Theatres International Festival, Tengiz Khukhia – Director of Poti Regional Theatres International Festival, Dr. Levan Khetaguri - Secretary General of UNESCO ITI Georgian National Centre and GRTN, Dr. Mehrdad Rayani-Makhsous – Head of International Relations of Iran Dramatic Center, Siavash Tayeb Taher - Director, play writer, and Researcher, producer, Ehsan Shayanfard - theatre director, producer, Atefeh Jamali, Forough Jalilian, Morteza Zarei, Meysam Rajabalinejhad, Amir Karimzadeh, Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili – Manager, Producer, SCF programming Director, Tamar Kiknavelidze – Theatrologist, Chiatura Theatre, Mariam Tsibakhashvili – Theatrologist and more than15 Representatives of different Georgian theatres.
Project Initiator – Stichting Caucasus Foundation (SCF) – International Bearou for Caucasian International Projects (IBCCP) The Netherlands-Georgia
Project Partners: Georgian Regional Theaters Network (GRTN), (UNESCO ITI Georgian National Center)
Idea: Dr. Levan Khetaguri – Secretary General of UNESCO ITI Georgian National Centre and GRTN
Host: Poti Regional Theatre International Festival
Georgian-Iranian relations exist through the centuries, unfortunately we count find a modern structure- institution, which will support intensive relations of artistic relations, its why we decided to create cultural platform, which will support and promote contemporary forms of cultural relations between two countries.
This year in the frame of platform we would like to organized first meeting in July, were we bring to your attention performing arts, when during few days will be meetings and intensive discussions:
- exchanges between theatres and performances
- joint educational and creative programs for students and profesors
- academic research
- exchange in cultural management
In future platform will consider different forms of arts and culture through creative educational and academic issues.
The present publication is a result of the international project “CHOROS” – the first project for Georgia realized with support of the EU Programme “Creative Europe”. The parts regarding matters of Georgia have been reflected in the project, including issues of round tables, suggestions not only from project partners, but from different international experts. For delivery of these materials and copyright we are grateful to Eastern Partnership program of European Union “Culture and Creativity”, in particular to Ragnar Sill and Anastasiya Nurzhynska.
We hope the publication will be useful for cultural operators in different countries. The publication is bilingual and is made in Georgian and English.
Publication initiative of Stichting Caucasus Foundation and IBCCP.
Publication for the project was prepared by Arts Research Institute.
Editor of Publication: Dr. Levan Khetaguri
Project Co-coordinator: Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili
Publication financial supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union and Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia.
Soon you will have access to download it for free
For the final step of CHOROS in Lyon were invited Georgian actors: Beqa Barvenashvili (Tbilisi) and Salome Dolidze (Batum) and Niko Kaladze (Batumi) to take part at the workshops and public shows organized by Image Ague; For participation in round tables Dr. Levan Khetaguri and Dr. .Iuri Mgebrishvili.
For the Lyon was prepared photo exhibition of Guram Tsibakhashvili and Tina Kiguradze about Image Ague workshops in Tbilisi and Tserovani, which was opened in Lyon on 14th of July, 2016, and special publication “CHOROS Dialogues”, which was presented at the Mediathek LORYS on 12th of July, 2016.
Project was supported from Georgia by Ministry of Culture and Monuments protection of Georgia and Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Ajara Autonomic Republic.
Interactive training program in strategic planning for culture was run for EU Program "Culture and Creativity" in Yerevan and Kishinev by
Programming Director of SCF Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili in May-June, 2016
"Culture for Development Indicators" - workshop 24.05.2016
EU and Eastern Partnership Culture and creativity program starts in Georgia project "Cultural Indicators of Development" (CDIS), which aims to improve the economic and sustainable development of the role of culture. Project was launched on May 24, 2016, at The Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection with workshop by international experts of SCF. Minister of Culture and Monument Protection Mikheil Giorgadze, various agencies and organizations. The meeting discussed the program's goals and objectives; at the same time, defined the role of stakeholders in the process.
SCF as local partner will host as co-producer famous polish Theater CHOREA form Lodz, with project CHOREA-INTERACTION-Georgia.
CHOREA – INTERACTIONS – GEORGIA
CHOREA Theater, Łódź, Poland and Stichting Caucasus Foundation in Tbilisi, Georgia present program of Chorea’s concerts and workshops in 2016 in Georgia
Concerts of „Ancient Music” and „Rhythm of language” in Tbilisi, Batumi, Khulo
4 - 7 of June
International theatre workshops
Body / Movement / Voice – The Multidimensional actor
Music and Drama Theatre, Tbilisi
4 - 5 of June
International theatre workshops
Body / Movement / Voice – The Multidimensional actor
The workshop organized by CHOREA is based on intensive acting training. The workshop focuses on waking up the “organicity” of an actor, by working with body, dynamic movement, voice, musicality, rhythm, and on applying all these means of expression simultaneously into a singular, complete artistic act. The workshop will be also inspired by the concept of collective actor, based on intensive work with partner, and multidimensional - polyrhythmic and polyphonic - ways of working with the group.
4-5 June in Music and Drama Theatre, Tbilisi,
More at www.musictheatre.ge
Concert of Ancient Music
Musical direction: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Joanna Chmielecka, Hubert Domański, Sandra Gierzek, Dominika Jarosz, Joanna Kłos, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Maciej Maciaszek, Tomasz Rodowicz, Elina Toneva
Duration: 60 min. no intermissions
CHOREA artists create a spectacular concert of ancient music. Broken, odd rhythms and polyphonic chants, reconstructed from twenty five hundred years old inscriptions on papyrus and stone, are vibrating with modern, dynamic energy. We have tried to interpret this ancient musical material and compositions with reference to very rich Balkan musical tradition, and currently we tend to be drifting towards jazz, oriental sounds and contemporary music. Inspired by the ancient art, we create our own art – deeply modern – created on the clash of unknown, almost lost and forgotten European heritage and contemporary language of sounds.
4th of June, at 5 pm in Music and Drama Theatre, www.musictheatre.ge, Tbilisi
6th of June, at 8 pm in New Stage of Batumi Drama Theatre, www.musictheatre.ge, Batumi
7th of June, at 5 pm in Drama Theatre, Khulo
Rhythm of language
Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Maciej Bednarek, Joanna Chmielecka, Hubert Domański, Sandra Gierzek, Dominika Jarosz, Joanna Kłos, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Kuba Pałys, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Elina Toneva
Production: Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski
In this musical “mosaicon”, we will hear the Persian temperament, Turkish Orient, Akkadian mystery, Old Greek pathos, Elvish magic, Polish word-games and others. This time, we wanted to find in the rhythm and sound of languages everything that can move and directly touch human sensitivity. We have been searching for the possibility to open, both in the performer and the listener, the new perspective of time, perception and awareness.
5th of June, at 5 pm in Music and Drama Theatre, www.musictheatre.ge, Tbilisi
Whole program at www.chorea.com.pl and www.caucasusfoundation.ge
Concerts and workshops are realized within the project CHOREA - INTERACTIONS: Moldova and Georgia
co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland
Music and Drama Theater, Batumi Theater, Khulo Drama Theater
Ministry Culture PL and Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Ajara a/r
Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili, programming director of SCF was selected by EU Eastern Partnership Cultural program as international expert to run training programs in Cultural Strategic Management in Ukraine, Moldova and Armenia.
SCF’s experts Dr. levan Khetaguri and Iuri Mgebrishvili invited by EC office in Kiev to attend international workshop dedicated to UNESCO’s Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS) 23-24 March of 2016.
The EU Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme has launched a process to implement
the CDIS methodology in Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Belarus, while Moldova is
already undergoing this process.
The Programme has contracted two distinguished International Experts to facilitate the overall
process of planning, knowledge-sharing and quality assurance. We have also selected National
Partners in participating countries to carry out the data collection and analysis according to
the prescribed methodology under strict guidance and monitoring of the International Experts.
The selected National Partner for Georgia is:
The process started in March 2016 and the final results will be published by December 2016.
What are the Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS)?
The absence of internationally recognized indicators and tools to measure culture’s role in
national development is placing the sector at a comparative disadvantage. Cultural sector
indicators are an internationally applied data baseline on the competence of the creative and
culture sector. They equip countries to be more competitive on the international market;
increase information sharing among policy makers, civil society and commerce; identify
knowledge gaps and needs of cultural operators, and identify networks, good practice and
gaps in cultural and creative sectors.
UNESCO’s Culture for Development Indicators (CDIS) gathers already-available government data from a very wide range of sources to build a single picture of the overall health of the cultural sector. UNESCO has developed a methodology to demonstrate culture’s role as both a driver and enabler of development. This CDIS methodology examines seven key policy dimensions: Economy, Education, Governance, Social Participation, Gender Equality, Communication and Heritage.
On completion of the programme at the end of 2016 the results could be submitted to UNESCO for formal validation, after which they will be incorporated in UNESCO’s database alongside those of the other countries which have taken part in the programme.
EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme European Union-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme 2015-2018 aims at further strengthening cultural policies, particularly the Cultural and Creative Sectors, and to strengthen the capacities of the culture sector and the culture operators in the EaP countries.
It also aims to increase the links between public institutions and private actors and to include civil society in the decision making process, thus enhancing the role of culture as a driving force for reform, promotion of inter-cultural dialogue and social cohesion.
The Programme consists of four main components, including (1) cultural indicators and practical research including strengthening national capacities in evidence-based policy; (2) capacity-building in support of modernisation and reform in the cultural sector; (3) development of international collaboration opportunities and partnerships including through participation in the EU's new major grants programme Creative Europe; and (4) carrying out the communications and visibility strategy. The Programme is administered by a consortium led by the British Council with its partners: The Soros Foundation-Moldova, The National Centre for Culture of Poland, and the Goethe-Institut.
SCF was invited in Kiev to run round table about Bologna and Higher Arts Education, speakers: Dr. Levan Khetaguri, Iuri Mgebrishvili. Round Table was organized by Institute for Cultural Studies of Ukraine. On a round table were invited representatives of Higher Arts Education in Ukraine.
CHOROS is one of the first projects in Georgia supported by Creative Europe program. Chôros is a cultural cooperation project that gathers partners with different backgrounds, from five different cities: Casablanca, Lyon, Sarajevo, Porto and Tbilisi/Batumi.
Chôros is anchored in Theatre and its possibilities for engaging citizens in a dialogue for addressing common problems.
In Casablanca, at the Fabrique Culturelle des Anciens Abattoirs de Casablanca, Chôros brings together Image Aigue and Theatre Nomade artistic teams, developing artistic creations as tools to engage different audiences.
Moroccan Cultural Associations were invited to participate in parallel meetings, focused on discussing cultural education in the country.
Creative Europe Programme of the European Union
Chôros project members
Image Aiguë, Promoter and Coordinator, Lyon, France www.image-aigue.org
IBCCP, Stichting Caucasus Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia www.caucasusfoundation.ge
SARTR, Sarajevo War Theatre, Sarajevo, Bosnia www.sartr.ba
Sétepes, Porto, Portugal www.setepes.pt
Thêatre Nomade, Casablanca, Morocco theatrenomade.com
Project supporter in Tbilisi and Batumi:
National Youth and Children's Palace
Georgian State Theater and Film University
Batumi Contemporary Arts Space
Batumi Drama Theatre – New Stage
workshops, round tables, performances
On 22nd of February 2016 SCF’s team of International experts: Dr. Levan Khetaguri and Dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili presented Assessment of Arts and Culture resources and need in Ajara Region document at the music center in Batumi. Presentation was moderated by deputy minister Mrs. Natia Sirabidze. As the special guests at presentation presented minister of Mr. Giorgi Tavamaishvili and Mr. Karl-Erik Norman Chairmen of European Cultural Parliament and representatives of different cultural operators and media.
Research document available online:
თრენინგი თბილისის მედიათეკების გაერთიანებისთვის
12—13 დეკემბერს 2015 წელს ფონდის მიერ თბილისი მედიათეკების ქსელის თანამშრომლებიშტვის ჩატარდა ინტენსიური თრენინგ პროგრამა - კულტურის საპროექტო მენეჯმენტში. თრენინგ უძღვებოდნენ საერთაშორისო ექსპერტები: ლევან ხეთაგური, იური მღებრიშვილი.
Training in Cultural Project Management
12-13 of December by SCF was organized interactive training program in Cultural Project Management for Tbilisi Mediathecs stuff by international experts: Dr. Levan Khetaguri and dr. Iuri Mgebrishvili.
In August of 2015 SCF wean state tender for Assessment of Arts and Culture resources and need in Ajara Region.
During 4 intensive month SCF with local invited team members in Ajara a/r working hard on surveys and collecting data, for further analytical work and recommendations list.
2015 წელს ტადეუშ კანტორის იუბილესთან დაკავშირებით (100 წელი - 1915-2015) ფონდის მიერ გამოიცა პირველად წიგნი მის მემკვიდრეობაზე.
ტადეუშ კანტორი - სთეატრო მემკვიდრეობა, თბილსიი 2015
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წიგნი ეძღვნება მსოფლიო და პოლონური თეატრის ცნობილ და მნიშვნელოვან რეჟისორს, თეორეტიკოსს, მხატვარს ტადეუშ კანტორს (1915-1990). წელს მსოფლიო მისი დაბადებიდან 100 წელს აღნიშნავს და კრიკოტეკის შექმნის 60 წელს. იგი გახლავთ პლასტიკური ავანგარდისა და მხატვრის თეატრის შემქმნელი. წიგნში თავმოყრილია მისი უნიკალური წარმოდგენების აღწერა, მისი მანიფესტები და სადადგმო ჩანაწერები. აღნიშნული გამოცემით ქართველ მკითხველს პირველად ეძლევა საშუალება ვრცლად გაეცნოს ამ ხელოვანს ვინც სერიოზული გავლენა იქონია მეოცე საუკუნის თეატრზე. წიგნი აგებულია როგორც დამხმარე სახელმძღვანელო და თეატრით დაინტერესებული მკითხველის გარდა განკუთვნილია ხელოვნებით დაინტერესებული ფართო საზოგადოებისთვის.
Tbilisi Tbilisi 2015
ევროკავშირის კულტურის კვირეული
EU Week of Culture
პატივი გვაქვს მოგიწვიოთ
გამოფენის გახსნა 18.00
ვიდეო ჩვენება 18.30
დოკუმენტური ფილმი კანტორზე (ქართული თარგმანით)
`ველიოპოლე, ველიოპოლე“ (ინგლისური სუბტიტრებით)
წიგნის პრეზენტაცია 18.00
შესავალი ლექცია, პროფესორი ლევან ხეთაგური
`კვდარი კლასი“, კინო ვერსიის რეჟისორი ანჯეი ვაიდა
დაფინანსებულია ევროკავშირის მიერ
მწერალთა სახლი, მაჩაბლის 13
გამოფენა, ლექცია, ვიდეოჩვენება
28 ნოემბერი - 4 დეკემბერი
გამოფენა, ლექცია, ვიდეოჩვენება
ბათუმის თანამედროვე ხელოვნების სივრცე
Training Courses in Cultural Management and Marketing May, 2009
Batumi International Theatre Festival July-September
Our Partners For Black Sea Cooperation:
Municipality of Byala, Varna District, Severoiztochen region BULGARIA
NGO Agency for support of cultural initiatives «KusiCreaVision»