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    Exhibition of artwork, handicrafts and photographs of the Sámi people
    Cultural Event - Brussels - JDE 6th floor - 99, rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    'Discover the Sámi people' is an exhibition of artwork, handicrafts and photographs that showcase the way of life, little known even today, of the Sámi people, who are the only indigenous people in the EU and live scattered over a vast expanse of land covering three countries.

    The exhibition will be open to the public from March 18 to April 16 and is located in the foyer of the JDE 6th floor.

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    31 Jan 2015
    Play Duration: 04:26
    Audio Language: English

    Images of Forgiveness

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2015
    24 pages
    Bird’s eye view of Latvia

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

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    Exhibition of aerial photos by the photographer Juris Kalniņš
    Cultural Event - JDE building, 6th floor - Room Foyer - 99, rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    Bird’s eye view of Latvia is an exhibition of aerial photos by the photographer Juris Kalniņš, who since 1995 shows the beauty of Latvia.

    The exhibition, which fits into the Latvian EU Presidency, will be open from 18 February to 6 March at JDE 6th floor - Foyer.

     

     

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2015
    24 pages
    Images of forgiveness

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

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    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    The EESC will host an exhibition called "Images of Forgiveness", a sensitive project chosen as part of the Committee's activities to commemorate the anniversary of the First World War.

     

    "Images of Forgiveness" is the brainchild of the British journalist Marina Cantacuzino and the photographer Brian Moody, who have collected numerous stories of people whose lives have been shattered by violence, tragedy and injustice and who are learning to forgive, reconcile and move on.

    The opening will be held on 21 January 2015 at 7 pm at the JDE Foyer 6. The exhibition will remain, at the ground floor of JDE, until 4 February 2015.

     

     

     

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    Published In: 2014
    4 pages
    L’Europe galante

    How do Europeans go a-wooing? Probably in much the same way as everyone else, although obviously down the ages every country and culture has had – and still has – its own courtship manuals. Thus were born great myths, with the Mediterranean “type” raising the greatest expectations of all, in the guise of the Latin lover, the legendary Don Juan, or the beauty and bohemian spirit of the Spanish señora, not to mention the refinement of French ladies or the rather wild allure of some Balkan and eastern peoples, in contrast to the aplomb and elegance of English lovers and the cool nonchalance of Nordic women.

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2014
    24 pages
    Europe before Europe - Art and business without borders between the 19th and 20th centuries in the Modiano’s advertising experience - by Piero Delbello

     

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

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    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    The EESC will mark the end of the Italian Presidency by holding a cultural evening on 16 December 2014, starting at 6 p.m.

    The tenor Massimo Crispi and the pianist Marco Rapetti will present "L'Europa galante" (a selection of musical pieces on romantic themes by key European composers).

    The concert will be followed by an exhibition entitled Europe before Europe, which will open at 7.30 p.m.

    It will be possible to admire 35 original works of great value and beauty, commissioned by the Italian enterprise 'Modiano' between the late 19th century and early 20th century.

    The exhibition will remain open until 19 January 2015.

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    EESC, Brussels, Belgium

    Twenty-five years ago, citizens' uprisings across Eastern Europe overthrew totalitarian regimes and led to the fall of the Iron Curtain. Since then, the death strip that once divided Europe has been turned into the European Green Belt, a unique ecological network that both commemorates Europe's turbulent 20th century history and bears witness to civil society's power in the struggle for freedom and democracy.

    This exhibition is being co-organised by the EESC and the European Green Belt Initiative. It will be opened on the JDE ground floor by the EESC president, Henry Malosse. Other speakers include Gabriel Schwaderer (European Green Belt Initiative), Adalbert Kienle (EESC member) and François Wakenhut (European Commission, tbc).

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