Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
CULTURE AND DEMOCRACY
House of Parliament
Westminster SW1A 0AA
12 - 2 pm
This is a joint debate and audio/visual presentation dedicated to Youth in Democracy, organised by Pro Art & Co and the World Peace and Prosperity Foundation, at the House of Commons. It will discuss social, cultural and political aspects of young people's involvement as active citizens in local communities and wider into British society. The audience will contribute with their views on relevant issues of importance and their proactive participation may influence creation of policies and the results in election of representatives through firm and resolute voting.
Cultural democracy is a concept, which concerns all people and structures their proactive commitment to recognise all people's basic human rights to participate, create and enjoy cultural diversity around the world. It also enhances access to multicultural sphere of activities.
This free dialogue will explore what is closest to young people's hearts, their cultural individuality and their role in active cultural affairs and politics on both local and governmental levels, or their European and International presence and the impact of their involvement in diverse cultural projects.
We invite all interested young people and other citizens to join in this free event and to contribute their ideas and opinions to the debate. The event will include a short cultural programme and refreshments after the debate.
The debating panel will include:
Welcome by Grace Rowley – Parliament Week
Mr Greg Hands MP (Conservative) for Fulham and Chelsea, our host
Mr Ray Keene OBE, Chess Grandmaster and the Chairman of the Brain Trust
David Wardrop, United Nations Association Westminster Branch
Bashan Rafique, Chairman of UK-Pakistan Women's Association
Leisha Beardmore – Young Professional UN/EU Adviser and UK Government representative
Rosalie Rivett, CEO Women Diplomatic Service
Barry Martin, Artist and Former Vice Chairman of Chelsea Art Club
Tickets are available through Pro Art & CO – email@example.com
Tuesday, November 04, 2014
Monday, November 03, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
Global Heritage Fund UK with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute in London opened today the exhibition
"Capturing Carpathia" by George Butler.
On display is an exhibition of drawings that illustrate life in the Carpathian Villages of Transylvania , exploring portraits and scenes of daily life of rural Romania.
"I know all the names of all the people I drew; I know where they live; they know who I am. It's personal and I hope all of those things come across in the images", says the artist George Butler.The caracters become animated on incredibile light and details of the artist inspiration. For a moment you expect to hear music of the forest or the cristal wisper of the source going down in the valey. A remarkable deep view , just enough to feel again home.To complete the serie of All Romanian events there are 2 more occasion to explore the riche expression of Romanian life :Illustrating Fragility with William Blacker and George Butler is on Wednesday 29 October at 18:45 at ICR London .&Dracula Untold Screening
NBC Universal Private Screening Room
Central Saint Giles
St. Giles High Street
WC2H 8AG London
United KingdomMany thanks to the organisers.Dr. Ionela FloodRomanca Society
Monday, October 13, 2014
*A seminar by the Dean of Education Faculty of Akdeniz University on Education system in Europe
|seminer, sharing experience|
|*Meeting with mayor and local officials||visiting officials|
|PM||* Workshop: Young people's labor market by Portugal||presentations, role plays|
|21.00||*Country presentation: Latvia||presentations, role plays, learning about national dances|
One of the dimensions where Romania sometimes suffers from British fantasies and mis-information is the Victorian melodrama by Bram Stoker of "Dracula", which was fictionally linked to Transylvania and extremely loosely based on your medieval warrior king Vlad. So "Dracula" and Gothic melodrama is ever associated with Romania by many British.In order for you and your families to see for yourselves an example of a modern British theatrical interpretation of "Dracula" which seems to be considered as appropriate for the upcoming Haloween period, I attach details of performances that are being put on in three Newham Libraries ( see attached and below ) during the week before and during half-term coming up.Let me know if you might be interested in attending with your families and whether you have a firm preference for one date/ venue in particular. As there are not lots of tickets for each performance being held in Libraries, it is probably necessary to book immediately.In the meantime, I am trying to find out if there are any references to King Vlad, Transylvania or Romania in the play. If so, it might be justified for you to turn up in national dress and throw eggs and tomatoes at the actors in our Shakespearian tradition.Kind regards, MartinMartin Pinder, Hon. Secretary, Newham Partnership for Complementary Education, Mansfield House, 30 Avenons Road, Plaistow, London E13 8HT Mobile 07951 815621 firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Dracula comes to Custom House and Canning Town Library!
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 12:11:56 +0000
by Bram Stoker
adapted and directed by Kate McGregor
Theatre6 and Open Book proudly present the greatest vampire story ever told; Dracula. This theatrical tour is a new adaptation of the classic Gothic tale of Dracula, in an immersive, site-specific production that remains true to Stoker's terrifying masterpiece. An ensemble cast uses inventive performance and original music to create a haunting theatrical production that will transform some of London's most beautiful libraries this Halloween.
Dracula; the greatest vampire story ever told.
London. 2014. The local council has called a general meeting at the library to address the disappearance of animals and children from the area. As events unfold, local man Jack unveils a collection of letters that may help solve this mystery. And so begins the terrifying story of Dracula. Dark, twisted and timeless, experience Dracula like never before this Halloween.
Adapted by Kate McGregor, this honest adaptation uses the original story and interweaves a modern tale through the classic Bram Stoker text. It is a scary and inventive piece suitable for adults and young audiences but not for the faint of heart.
Running time: 2hours and 20minutes with an interval
Adult themes and content. Contains scenes of a violent nature
Recommended age 12+
Concession ticket prices available
Box Office Information
Tickets £10/£8 concessions
Online Booking www.openbooktheatre.ticketsource.co.uk
Wednesday 22nd October, 6.30pm
Canning Town Library
Barking Rd, London E16 4HQ
Tuesday 28th October, 6.30pm
Custom House Library
Prince Regent Ln, London E16 3JJ
Wednesday 29th October, 7pm
1 Kingsford Way, London E6 5JQ
See the entire tour online at:
Leila Nicholas I Community Neighbourhood Senior Officer I Custom House and Canning Town Community Neighbourhood
Strategic Commissioning & Community Directorate
London Borough of Newham
Newham Dockside I 1000 Dockside Road I London I E16 2QU
DDI: 020 3373 3205 I Int: 33205 I Mobile: 07896 346534
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|AM||Workshop: "Map of your national education system"||*Icebreakers, warm-up activities, energizer games|
|workshop, creative tasks,|
|PM||Presentation of the workhop and results on project board||presentations and board activities, sharing experience, exchanging ideas|
|20.30||*Country presentation: Czech Republic / and Portugal|| presentations, role plays, learning about national dances|
* Introducing the Youth programmes, Youthpass, the project, activities
participants, organizing the international teams
*Icebreakers, warm-up activities, name games, team building games
|Fears and hopes activity||creative tasks, meeting with leaders|
|*Organizing post boxes / workshop "National education system in your country||workshop, exchanging ideas|
|Country Presentation:Turkey/A real village life and wedding in Kızılkaya village||real life activities, learning about Turkish dances|