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Opposition’s platform on economy, security and culture

By   /  08/02/2016  /  AL Politics, Albania, Politics  /  Comments Off on Opposition’s platform on economy, security and culture

Tirana, 8 February 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency The Democratic Party in Albania has continued its consultations about its governing project with prominent experts of different domains. The DP has presented its platforms on the domain of finance, social issues, national security and culture. According to the opposition, the reduction of taxes and employment are the […]

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Education through culture of the Albanian youth

By   /  25/01/2016  /  AL Culture, Albania, Culture  /  Comments Off on Education through culture of the Albanian youth

Tirana, 25 January 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency Museums, monuments of culture and archaeological areas of national and world importance, are still not visited that much by the Albanian youth, therefore efforts are being made for them to be acquainted with many of them. Ministry of Education and Sport has drafted a cooperation agreement with the […]

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Joint cultural activities between Albania and Kosovo

By   /  13/01/2014  /  AL Culture, Albania, Culture  /  Comments Off on Joint cultural activities between Albania and Kosovo

Tirana, January 13, 2014/Balkan Independent News Agency In a private way, artists from Albania have largely penetrated into Kosovo. The same thing has also happened with Kosovar artists who are very successful in Albania. But, support from both states for joint art and culture has been small. Artists with private incentives alone have hosted concerts […]

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IBNA Interview/There’s a lack of desire for people to come closer through art

By   /  30/11/2013  /  Culture, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Culture  /  Comments Off on IBNA Interview/There’s a lack of desire for people to come closer through art

  Interview with the actor and director Osman Ahmeti: There’s no predisposition for communities to come closer through art and culture   Skopje, November 30, 2013 Actor and film director, Osman Ahmeti from Skopje, who is at the same time cofounder of the International Theater Festival “Skopje Festival” (note from the editor) speaks in an […]

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Zagreb hosts international wine festival

By   /  21/11/2013  /  Croatia, Culture, HR Culture  /  Comments Off on Zagreb hosts international wine festival

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – The second edition of the international wine festival Label Grand Karakterre will take place in Croatian capital Zagreb on 1 December. It is expected that wine producers from seven European countries will participate. All together there will be sixty wineries represented. On November 30th, the festival will take […]

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Remains of 4th century amphitheatre found in Split

By   /  14/11/2013  /  Croatia, Culture, HR Culture  /  Comments Off on Remains of 4th century amphitheatre found in Split

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – An amphitheatre from the 4th century has been discovered in the Adriatic port of Split. Archaeological researches have this week shown the amphitheatre was under one of busiest roads in centre of the 1,700 years old Croatian city. Local archaeologists have commented this was one of the most […]

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Turkish Cinema celebrates its 99th year

By   /  12/11/2013  /  Culture, TR Culture, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Turkish Cinema celebrates its 99th year

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Cultural and Social Affairs Department will celebrate the 99th year of Turkish cinema with a series of events to be held. According to a written statement made by the municipality, Fuat Uzkınay’s footage of the collapse of a 150-meter Russian monument in San Stefano […]

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PSSST! Film Festival began in Zagreb

By   /  08/11/2013  /  Croatia, Culture, HR Culture  /  Comments Off on PSSST! Film Festival began in Zagreb

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – Silent film festival PSSST! started yesterday in the Croatian capital of Zagreb and will last until 9 November. The festival will present 20 new films that are done in a basic movie form, but with modern technology. Films will be shown in the Cultural Centre Tresnjevka. The festival […]

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Exhibition on communist leader Tito opens in Ljubljana

By   /  07/11/2013  /  Culture, SI Culture, Slovenia  /  Comments Off on Exhibition on communist leader Tito opens in Ljubljana

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – The first ever exhibition dedicated solely to Yugoslavia’s Communist leader, Josip Broz Tito, was launched in Ljubljana on Thursday, featuring more than 300 photographs, video recordings and paraphernalia. The exhibition at the Ljubljana fairgrounds aims to present Tito as a political icon of the 20th century, and above […]

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Contemporary Istanbul opens its gates to artists

By   /  07/11/2013  /  Culture, TR Culture, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Contemporary Istanbul opens its gates to artists

  Review by Christos T. Panagopoulos – International gallerists from twenty two countries chose to showcase their galleries and artists at Contemporary Istanbul (CI) due to Istanbul’s dynamism, rich culture and international status. According to the Anadolu News Agency, gallerist, Mary Nguyen, from Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in New York said that one of their main goals […]

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