Saturday, May 16, 2015

Beat Poets film night - Keats House Festival - Fri 5 June



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Poetry, film and counter culture at the Keats House Festival film night.

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Keats House
Wantsum Brewery
The Beats: a night of film - Wholly Communion and Howl double bill

at 7pm on Friday 5th June 2015

Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, London NW3 2RR

Tickets include entry to both films and free Dynamo beer, kindly provided by Wantsum Brewery.

'angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night'

Poet in the City brings an evening of poetry, film and counter culture to the Keats House Festival film night.


In San Francisco, in the autumn of 1955, at the first public reading of Allen Ginsberg's poetic epic Howl, something shifted. The Beat Generation was born. A movement of ground breaking writers including William S. Burroughs, Neal Cassady, and Jack Kerouac, and led by Ginsberg himself, it came to symbolize a new bohemian hedonism, celebrating non-conformity, political engagement and spontaneous creativity.

 

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the International Poetry Incarnation, we present a double bill of Beat poets. Wholly Communion is a documentary film celebrating the event which marked the arrival of the counterculture in England, the day 7,000 people filled the Albert Hall for poetry. HOWL is an imaginative ride through Allen Ginsberg's prophetic masterpiece that rocked a generation and was heard around the world.

HOWL

James Franco stars as the young Allen Ginsberg—poet, counter-culture adventurer, and chronicler of the Beat Generation. In his famously confessional, leave-nothing-out style, Ginsberg recounts the road trips, love affairs, and search for personal liberation that led to the most timeless and electrifying work of his career: the poem HOWL. Meanwhile, in a San Francisco courtroom, HOWL is on trial.

WHOLLY COMMUNION

The First International Poetry Incarnation, an evening of American and British Beat poetry, took place on 11th June 1965; the film's birth was as spontaneous as the event itself. Director Peter Whitehead had attended an intimate reading by Allen Ginsberg, at which was suggested the apparently foolhardy idea of booking the Albert Hall for Ginsberg and his contemporaries to gather and perform their poems. Yet after a few days' organisation, 7,000 people of various hitherto unconnected subcultures arrived.

How to Book

Tickets cost £8 (£6 concessions) and can be purchased from

eventbrite.co.uk/e/keats-festival-2015-the-beats



How to Find

Keats House, 10 Keats Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 2RR

Nearest stations are Hampstead Heath and Hampstead.

Keats House on Google maps

Poet in the City is an organisation which creates new audiences for poetry through an eclectic programme of events, new commissions and education work. Charity Commission number 1117354, Company limited by guarantee 05819413. For more information about the charity telephone 0207 014 2812, email info@poetinthecity.co.uk, visit the website at www.poetinthecity.co.uk or write to Poet in the City, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Secret Soul of Bronze: An evening with sculptor Virgil Scripcariu  | Fri 22 May, 7pm



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Subject: Kind Reminder:The Secret Soul of Bronze: An evening with sculptor Virgil Scripcariu  | Fri 22 May, 7pm
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Kind Reminder:The Secret Soul of Bronze: An evening with sculptor Virgil Scripcariu  | Fri 22 May, 7pm
An encounter with sculptor Virgil Scripcariu.
Romanian Cultural Institute and AnnArt Gallery cordially invite you to
Enescu Concerts Season, March Concert
 Virgil Scripcariu: superMam 

sculpture exhibition | talk | wine reception

Present at the Art15 Global Art Fair with a sculpture and multimedia project documenting his insightful and serene exploration of time, matter and the artistic profession,
Virgil Scripcariu and his practice are also celebrated in
a special evening at the Romanian Cultural Institute in London.

The event takes place in the presence of the inspiring artist and
is introduced by art historian Sanda Miller.   

When: Fri 22 May, 7pm. Followed by drinks reception.
Where: The Romanian Cultural Institute in 1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X8PH
Free entry. Please book your attendace on Eventbrite

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Fwd: Romanian Cinematheque’s Crime Season Ends with Police, Adjective | Thu 14 May, 7pm | free



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Romanian Cinematheque's Crime Season Ends with Police, Adjective | Thu 14 May, 7pm | free

'A sour moral tale masterfully crafted '

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Thursday 14 May, 7pm | free
Romanian Cultural Institute
1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PH

The last film in our Romanian Cinematheque's Crime Season is 'Police, Adjective' (2009), written and directed by celebrated helmer Corneliu Porumboiu. The film is a superbly directed and acted meditation on moral choice torn between the imperatives of law, the logic of bureaucratic authority and the personal sense of justice.

'The calmness and attention for detail with which Porumboiu shows Cristi's investigation underline the futility of his actions. The film reveals in simple scenes the complex moral dimensions of an average police investigation'. (International Film Festival Rotterdam 2010)

When: Thursday 14 May, 7pm.
Where: Romanian Cultural Institute, 1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X8PH
Admission is free, the seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please confirm your attendance at eventbrite or at office@icr-london.co.uk.
 

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Friday, May 08, 2015

Ziua Europei la Viena - invitatie 8 mai



Doamnelor si domnilor,

Atasez materialul de promovare pentru zilele de 8 si 9 mai 2015.
Va multumim si va asteptam cu drag la cele doua evenimente!

Cu stima, Ioan Godja







Rumänsch-Österreichischer Kulturkreis UNIREA & RadioTV Unirea
Pottendorfer Straße 268
A-2700 Wiener Neustadt
Phone/Fax: +43(0)2622-82154
Mobile: +43(0)6643419664
E-mail: office@radiotvunirea.com
Home page: www.radiotvunirea.com

Comunicat de presă

"ZIUA EUROPEI" VA FI SĂRBĂTORITĂ LA VIENA

"Ziua Europei" sărbatoare deja tradiţională, ajunsă la ediţia a IX-a, se va desfăşura în Viena-Austria, sectorul 10, Otto-Geißler-Patz în parcul Böhmischer Prater, pe data de 9 mai 2015, începând cu orele 11:00.
Organizatori: „Cercul Cultural Româno-Austriac UNIREA" cu sediul în oraşul Wiener Neustadt Austria, Ambasada României la Viena şi Primăria sectorului 10 Favoriten din Viena.
Mulţumim pentru sprijinul acordat în organizarea acestui eveniment, confraţilor din România: Centrului Cultural Municipal "George Coşbuc" din Bistriţa-Năsăud condus de Prof. Dr. Dorel Cosma, doamnei Mariana Moga din Alba, domnului Puiu Răducan din Vâlcea, posturilor de radio şi televiziune, HORA TV-Zalău, Radio România Timişoara, Diaspora TV, presei scrise, Global News, Actual MM şi celorlalte instituţii mass media.
Sunt invitaţi toţi cei care doresc să petreacă româneşte alături de artişti austrieci şi români. Asociaţiile românesti din Europa şi nu numai, jurnalişti de limbă română din diferite ţări, precum şi publicul larg din Austria care doresc să împărtăşească alături de noi această bucurie sunt bineveniţi.
La festivitate sunt invitate diferite grupuri folclorice din România şi Austria, vor avea loc expoziţii de artă în aer liber, precum şi expoziţii culinare româneşti.
Vineri 8 mai 2015 ora 16:00, manifestările din Viena vor debuta cu o "Seară literară" şi o conferinţă de presă, la Primăria sectorului 10 Favoriten din Keplerplatz Nr. 5, 1100 Wien.
Cei prezenţi se vor bucura de întâlnirea cu mari scriitori, poeţi şi oameni de cultură de origine română, veniţi special pentru această întâlnire deosebită: Sifora Sava, AlexandraGontean şi prof.dr. Hans Dama din Austria, Ioana Haidel şi Ionela van Rees-Zota din Germania, Ionela Flood din Anglia, Jeni Voina din Sibiu, Mariana Moga şi Corina Corpodean din Sebeş-Alba, maestrul Cornel Udrea din Cluj, prof. Dr. Dorel Cosma însoţit de încă doi scriitori din Bistriţa tot membrii ai Uniunii Scriitorilor și anume: Elena Câmpan și Menuț Maximinian, Puiu Răducanu împreună cu încă 8 scriitori vâlceni: Nicolae Nistor, Radu Mihăilescu,
Valentina Popescu, Mihaela Rădulescu, Elena Drăghici, Ion Drăghici, Corina Mihaela Soare, Ioan Țoanță, Adriana Weimer din Lugoj, Veronica Balaj din Timişoara, Floare Cândea din Arad şi alţii.
Vă aşteptăm să vă alăturaţi nouă, atât pe data de 8 mai 2015 în sala sectorului Favorit unde a avut loc conferinţa de presă şi anul trecut, Kepler Platz Nr. 1 sectorul 10, cât şi în data de 9 mai, la marea sărbătoare din Boemische Prater respectiv Otto-Geißler-Platz 1100 Viena.
Ne vom bucura să ne fiţi aproape, să sărbătorim împreună româneşte integrarea noastră cu succes în Europa.
Pentru o mai bună organizare aşteptăm confirmarea participării dumneavoastră la aceste eveniment.
Vă aşteptăm cu drag.
Ioan Godja – preşedintele "Cercului Cultural româno-austriac "Unirea"
29.04.2015 Wr.Neustadt, Austria



Invitation - EESC conference on the apprenticeship and the mobility of apprentices - Brussels, 2 June 2015



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Conference on
 
A Europe of talents: giving new impetus to skills acquisition through mobility for apprentices
 
Brussels, 2 June 2015
The European Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committee invite you to attend the conference "A Europe of talents: giving new impetus to skills acquisition through mobility for apprentices", taking place in Brussels on the 2 June 2015.

Building on the great success of the Erasmus mobility for university students, the aim of the event will be to see how the participation of students and recent graduates of the Vocational education and training (VET) systems in apprenticeships abroad can be further facilitated and supported.

Former apprentices will share with us their experience and the European Commission, CEDEFOP and managers of mobility networks will discuss the pros and cons of the current instruments and networks (Erasmus + programme, European Alliance for Apprenticeships, EuroApprenticeship, etc.).

Finally, we will have the occasion to debate, together with high-level representatives from the Commission, the Parliament, social partners and the European Youth Forum on how to overcome remaining challenges to support apprentices' mobility in the EU.

Join us at the conference and sign up before the 29 May 2015!

Venue: European Economic and Social Committee, VMA building, room VMA 1, 2 rue van Maerlant, 1040 Brussels
 

 
 
  
Conférence sur
 
L'Europe des talents : donner un nouvel élan à l'acquisition de compétences par la mobilité des apprentis
 
Bruxelles, 2 juin 2015
Le Parlement européen et le Comité économique et social ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la conférence intitulée "L'Europe des talents: donner un nouvel élan à l'acquisition de compétences par la mobilité des apprentis", qui aura lieu à Bruxelles le 2 juin 2015.

En s'appuyant sur la réussite de la mobilité Erasmus pour les universitaires, l'objectif de cet événement sera de mener une réflexion afin de faciliter et soutenir la participation des étudiants et diplômés de l'enseignement et la formation professionnels (EFP) à des périodes d'apprentissage à l'étranger.

D'anciens apprentis partageront avec nous leur expérience et la Commission européenne, CEDEFOP et des responsables de réseaux de mobilité présenteront et débâteront des avantages et les limites des instruments et des réseaux actuels (le programme Erasmus +, l'Alliance européenne pour l'apprentissage, EuroApprenticeship, etc.).

Enfin, nous aurons l'occasion de débattre, avec des représentants de haut niveau du Parlement européen, de la Commission, des partenaires sociaux et du Forum européen de la jeunesse sur la façon de surmonter les défis qui restent à relever pour soutenir la mobilité des apprentis dans l'UE.

Rejoignez-nous pour cet évènement et
enregistrez-vous avant le 29 mai 2015!

Lieu: Comité économique et social européen (CESE), bâtiment VMA, salle VMA 1, 2 rue van Maerlant, 1040 Bruxelles
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