The EESC will host an art exhibition featuring works by the Lithuanian artist, Stasys Eidrigevičius. The exhibition is being organised in cooperation with the Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the EU and with the support of the Panevėžys City Municipality.
The EESC will host a photographic exhibition entitled "Industrial heritage of the town of Sisak – Past & Present", featuring a series of photos from the city of Sisak, in Croatia. A launch event is planned for Wednesday 27 November, in conjunction with the NAT Section meeting.
The EESC is to host a photography exhibition, "Images of Another Europe 1985-1989", featuring the work of Constantin Pittas, a well-known photographer from Greece.
In the late 1980s, Costantinos Pittas roamed all over the divided continent, from south to north, and from Lisbon to Krakow, in both Eastern and Western Europe. His camera was focused on the faces of fearful, repressed people in the East, the faces of the lonely or the elderly in the West.
The exhibition "The EU speaks your language" moves to the Council of the EU (LEX building).
"The EU speaks your language" was produced by the EESC in house, in cooperation with the Directorate for Translation of the EESC/CoR and was launched in September 2018 to mark the 60th anniversary of Regulation 1/1958 entering into force.
The exhibition travels back in time to 1958, to the first legal act of the EEC/EU, to highlight the historical significance of Regulation 1/58 whilst featuring a modern approach to that which it symbolises at its core.
The EESC will host the photography exhibition "Kirja, a Finnish Story", featuring the work of Noémie Kreitlow, a young professional photographer from Brussels.
Noémie Kreitlow did a project on Finnish cultural and social identity as part of her photography studies. Her documentary project, carried out in the city of Kouvola and its surroundings, culminated in an exhibition at the Finnish Permanent Representation in Brussels.
The EESC hosted the presentation of the study "Integrating the European Pillar of Social Rights into the roadmap for deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union" on Thursday 4 July 2019, in meeting room VM3 in the VMA building. This study on behalf of the Workers’ Group of the European Economic and Social Committee explores the possibility of establishing three policy instruments to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) and rebalance the economic and social dimensions of the E(M)U.
The EESC will host the artwork exhibition "Post-industrial Societies: Art & Crisis of Values" featuring the work of the Spanish artist, Jesus Montoia Oribe.
The exhibition is being organised to highlight the work done by the EESC in the field of industrial change, and to this end it has been partnered by the Consultative Commission on Industrial Change (CCMI).
On 18 and 19 June 2019, in the framework of the European Development Days, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in partnership with the International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) is organising an exhibition entitled "Together for Inclusion - Inclusive development in action"
The exhibition - which presents the ten winning photos from the photo competition launched during the 2017 European Disability and Development Week - captures men, women and children with disabilities enjoying their right to education, work, culture, leisure, friendship and community. The exhibition was originally presented in the EESC, on December 2018, to mark the International Day of People with Disabilities.
The EESC will host the photography exhibition "Romanian landscapes of my heart" featuring the work of the well-known Romanian photographer, Sorin Onişor.
The exhibition will be displayed at the EESC from 23 April until 26 May 2019, in the context of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU.
The opening of the exhibition is planned to take place on 15 May 2019 to coincide with May's Plenary Session.
This exhibition travels back in time to 1958, to the first legal act of the EEC/EU, to highlight its historical significance.
Regulation 1/1958 has played a key role in building the EU in that it allows work to be carried out in each of the Member States' languages. In doing so it strengthens the participation of civil society and boosts the EU's democratic legitimacy.