You are here

Culture

Displaying 1 - 10 of 128

Pages

Published in: 
2017
6

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

27/06/2017 30/06/2017

In the framework of the Civil Society days, the EESC is hosting a comics' exhibition.

The European and Transatlantic Dialogue Programme of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (https://fnf-europe.org/) asked comic artists from all over the world what their understanding of Europe is and what they imagine Europe to look like in 50, 100 or even 200 years.

 

01/06/2017
Reference number: 
28/2017

The EU needs a concrete plan to champion culture as a vital element in open, tolerant societies, according to Europe’s leading organised civil society body. The 350-member EESC held a debate with Culture Commissioner Tibor Navracsics and voted through its opinion on the EU’s recent strategy for international cultural relations on Wednesday at its May plenary in Brussels. "Culture has an enormous untapped potential for becoming a unifying and mobilising instrument in Europe.

Published in: 
2017
6

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

06/07/2017 31/07/2017

In the framework of the Estonian EU Presidency, the EESC is hosting an exhibition of pictures by photographers Aivar Pihelgas, Jaanus Ree, Ilmārs Znotinš, Jelena Rudi, Sven Začek and Rene Mitt, featuring scenes from one of the biggest amateur choral events in the world, involving thousands of choir singers and dancers dressed in colourful national garments.

 

01/06/2017 22/06/2017

The REGNVM project consists of a series of underwater portraits photographed over a span of two summers in various bays around the Maltese Islands.

The photographs are also published in a limited edition book in which the photographs are woven together with the narrative thread of a story that tells of power, struggle, beauty and love around the inhabitants of the kingdom.

04/04/2017 21/04/2017

The exhibition focuses on an accessible society for autistic persons. Pictures were taken by three photographers from the UK, Poland and Luxembourg, all aiming to help people understand what accessibility means for autistic persons and what kind of obstacles they face in their everyday life. Ultimately, the exhibition also aims at celebrating human diversity and at triggering a reflection on how to create the conditions for better inclusion for all in our community.

Photographs: Graham Miller, Michał Awin and André Weisgerber

Published in: 
2017
4

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

Pages