Tbilisi Open Air is Back and Plans to Support Ukraine

''Tbilisi Open Air is back! Saying these words after a 2-year pause is truly exciting for us, especially considering the current events, but Tbilisi Open Air was never just a music festival.''

Goethe Institut Georgien Hosts Re-lentus: Women at the Crossroads of Art and Advocacy

The Cultural and Social Narratives Laboratory (Armenia) and the Culture and Management Lab (Georgia) host an event Re-lentus: Women at the Crossroads of Art and Advocacy.

New Wine Festival 2022 Takes Place in Tbilisi

New Wine Festival 2022 will be held on May 14 at its habitual location of Mtatsminda Park. The Festival is supported by the National Wine Agency.

Georgia Best Annual Report and Transparency Award 2022 Date Announced

This annual competition, which has become an important milestone in the Georgian corporate world, will continue to promote high-quality reporting and transparency by Georgian companies.

Dédicace Gallery Presents 'Dates of the Civil War' by Gogi Tsereteli

Dédicace Gallery presents the exhibition of monotypes by Gogi Tsereteli - "Dates of the Civil War," which are created in two weeks during the civil war of Georgia.

Ancient Memory Pictures - Nato Sirbiladze's Exhibition at Georgian Museum of Fine Arts

From 4 PM to 7 PM, March 1, the temporary exhibition hall of the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts will host the opening of Ancient Memory Pictures, Nato Sirbiladze’s retrospective exposition.

80s Artist Displays 70 Paintings at the Exhibition- White Circle

Up to 70 paintings by Zaal Bachanashvili, an artist of the 80s, are on display at the exhibition - White Circle.

A River in Silent Flux - Multimedia Exhibition at Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum

"A River in Silent Flux" is the name of multimedia exhibition which showcases the work of renowned Georgian and international photographers.

‘Flowers and The Weapons of Mass Destruction’ - George Nebieridze's Solo Show at the Why Not Gallery

The Why Not Gallery presents photographer George Nebieridze solo show ‘Flowers and The Weapons of Mass Destruction’ as part of Kolga Tbilisi Photo week 2022.