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Saatchi Gallery Hosts Zurab Tsereteli Exhibition in London

Larger than life: Saatchi Gallery in London will host Georgian painter, Zurab Tsereteli. Tsereteli is a tireless worker and experimenter, the producer of many innovative works in painting and graphic media, bronze and enamel, tapestry and stained-glass, print and ceramics. At the same time, he has channelled a major part …

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Results of the Research: Creativity and the Future of Skills

Cultural and creative organizations and individuals, as well as educators and education policymakers in the Eastern Neighbourhood, might be interested to review the results of the research recently published by the Culture and Creativity website. Entitled “Creativity and the future of skills” and conducted by the Creative Industries Policy and …

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Smart Cameras to Fine Vehicles without Technical Inspection

Starting January 14, vehicles without legal technical inspection will be fined by the so-called smart cameras, the Interior Ministry of Georgia reports. Vehicle owners will receive notifications about video fines on their legal mobile phone numbers. Vehicle owners will enjoy 20% preferences if they pay the fine within 10 days …

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Countries whose Citizens were not Allowed in Georgia in December

According to statistics of the border crossing, published by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, 753 Iran citizens were not allowed to Georgia. It is noteworthy that in the course of 2018, 3,098 citizens of the Islamic Republic of Iran were refused to enter Georgia. Besides, in December, Georgian …

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Georgian Khachapuri is Best Rated on TasteAtlas’s top 100 List

The unique Georgian cheese-filled bread, khachapuri, is the best rated dish on the first global local food atlas, TasteAtlas, and is included among 100 best dishes in the world revealed by the food professionals Khachapuri This simple cheese bread known as khachapuri is the most famous dish in Georgia. The …

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Giorgi Shvelidze Presented at American Cinematographers Society Award

Giorgi Shvelidze is a nominee for the 33rd Award of American Cinematographer Society (ASC). Shortlist is already officially published in 5 different categories. Giorgi Shvelidze is presented as a Cinematographer, at Spotlight Award category. The winners will be awarded on January 9 at Gala evening. Drama Namme was filmed by …

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Georgia to be Presented as Honorary Guest at Paris Book Fair

Georgia will become an honorable guest country for another important literary platform, Paris Book Fair. According to the Public Relations Service of the National Library of Georgia, the offer was made still in the framework of the Frankfurt Book Fair and presumably will be held in 2021. Georgia has not …

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Anna Ke Named Georgia’s Representative Artist for 2019 Venice Biennale

Düsseldorf- and New York-based Anna KE has been announced as Georgia’s representative artist at the 58th Venice Biennale. KE will present an immersive installation REARMIRRORVIEW, Simulation is Simulation, is Simulation, is Simulation… (2019), which references the architectural forms of stages, tribunal platforms, communal fountains and other motifs found in public spaces. Interspersed …

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Palm Spring International Film Festival to Screen Georgian Film NAME

Zaza Khalvashi’s Film ”Name” will be on screens of the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 7 and 9 (PSIFF) in California. Palm Springs International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in North America. The event hosts 135,000 viewers annually and shares their famous international artistic …

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Sustainable Development Meetup Series to be Held

Sustainable development is becoming a more and more discussable topic. Many small businesses, as well as large corporations, and also people are beginning to realize that if we want to ensure satisfaction not only for ourselves but also for future generations, we need to change the overall set of strategies …

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