This exhibition features a series of oil canvas paintings by the artist Bruce Thurman. Taking the form of an "illustrated cookbook", the exhibition offers viewers a journey through the different recipes of Europe and its purpose is to showcase Europe's different food cultures, on the one hand, and the diversity and similarity found in European food culture, on the other.
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An exhibition of paintings entitled "Edvard Stepančič and constructivism across borders" presented in Foyer 6 from 17 till 26 October 2018.
The exhibition features a private collection of 21 original pieces of artwork and was opened on Wednesday 17 October at 1 p.m. by EESC President Luca Jahier.
This cultural event is organised in cooperation with the Association Giuliani nel Mondo of Trieste and Brussels and with the support of the Brussels Liaison Office of the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia.
The exhibition aims to make known the emblematic artistic itinerary of Edvard Stepančič, a leading exponent of the constructivism art movement.
This year (2018) we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the entry into force of Regulation 1/1958 which determined the languages to be used by the EU institutions and set out the language arrangements applicable to them.
Regulation 1/1958 has played a fundamental role in the European construction, in that it allows work to be carried in each of the Member States' languages, thereby strengthening the participation of civil society as well as the EU's democratic legitimacy.
In this context the exhibition is a tribute to a multilingual Europe, while also reinforcing its values and recognising the contribution it has made.
The exhibition is being organised in cooperation with the Directorate for Translation.
Austria Contemporary is the title of the exhibition that will be displayed at the EESC from July 11th until September 14th 2018 in the context of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU.
The exhibition is a representative selection of works of contemporary Austrian art; all exhibited pieces are from the Austrian Federal Government's Artothek. Taken as a whole, they provide an exemplary overview of artistic work in Austria.
This event is organised in cooperation with La Monnaie Opera House as part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
A unique performance including music, dance and theatre, underlining the role of culture for the present and future of Europe.
Within the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the European Economic and Social Committee is hosting the exhibition "The Cyrillic Alphabet - The New Alphabet in the European Union"
The exhibition consists of a collection of graphic art posters created by students of the Department of Book and Printed Graphics of the Bulgaria's National Academy of Art in 2007, on the occasion of the country's accession to the EU.
Alongside the public hearing on the EU Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy,
the EESC will be hosting both an art exhibition and a theatre performance.
This exhibition will showcase the best of Estonia's wilderness, including: landscapes, flowers, birds and big mammals. Estonia has a lot to offer nature lovers, with a landscape that is as diverse as the plants and animals that call it home. Its deserted beaches, deep forests, picturesque lakes and rivers, and mysterious swamps contain a hidden and vibrant world of birds, seals and bears.
In the framework of the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaties, the European Economic and Social Committee is pleased to invite you to attend the opening of the exhibition "Ever closer Union".
To mark the 11th EU Anti-Trafficking Day, the Global Action against Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants (GLO.ACT), together with the European Economic and Social Committee, will host a reception to launch its “Hear their voices. Act to protect.” exhibition. The key objectives of the reception and exhibition are to support the European Union in raising awareness on trafficking in human beings, increasing the exchange of information, knowledge and best practices as well as highlighting why victims need to be placed at the centre of any strategy against human trafficking.