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The Shadow of Heaven
The Shadow of Heaven
29 november 2012, 19.30 hrs at Goethe Institut Amsterdam. More information on this site under projects.

English subtitles. Entrance: 5 EUROS, including a drink

Director: Romas Lileikis, music: Kipras Mašanauskas, camera Viktoras RADZEVICIUS, design Vytenis Lingys, music Kipras Mašanauskas, Studija 2

 

Shadow of Heaven is the first showing of a series of films about the European artists of around the turn of the century, organized by various European cultural institutions in the Netherlands.

The SHADOW OF HEAVEN is about the family members of the composer and painter Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875-1911) and their fate.

 

18 December, 20.00 hrs, Goethe Institut Amsterdam

The next screening will take place on 18 December at 20:00 at the Goethe Institut Amsterdam and will be organized by the Czech Centre and CHT projects / Hungarian forum. The program will include films about the Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodály (1882-1967) and the Czech painter František Kupka (1871-1957).



24 January 2013

On 24 of January 2013 the screenings will proceed with the film about the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860-1911).  More information on: www.eunic-netherlands.eu


Please inform us about your  attendance by sending an e-mail to:
info@litouwscc.org

 

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A Night of European Literature
A Night of European Literature
14 May 2013, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.

‘That we laugh and cry for the same thing,’ Montaigne

Taking the title of this essay by Montaigne as their guide, authors from all over Europe have been inspired to write a short story, an essay or another piece of prose. On 14 May, seven of them will take part in a discussion with Margot Dijkgraaf.
More information and registration: www.brakkegrond.nl

(Photo: Lauren Binet, France)

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European Day of Languages
26 September 2012
Every year, 26 September is the day we celebrate Europe’s rich linguistic heritage – the EU’s 23 official languages, the 60 or so regional/minority languages, and the languages spoken by people who’ve come to Europe from other parts of the world.
Every year throughout Europe, events are organised to celebrate languages: shows, kids’ activities, music games, language courses, radio and TV programmes, conferences. 

EUNIC Netherlands
Celebrating European Day of Languages, 26 september in The Hague! Together with the Vrijzinnig Christelijk Lyceum in The Hague EUNIC Netherlands offers a series of short lectures in different European languages to give an experience of the variety of Europe. More info under projects on this website.


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Arthur Sonnen

Arthur Sonnen now Chevalier dans l’orde des Arts et des Lettres

SICA employee and secretary for EUNIC Netherlands Arthur Sonnen was named Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres during a ceremony at the residence of the French ambassador in the Netherlands.

Sonnen received the award for his work at EUNIC and his role in the introduction in the Netherlands of important developments in scenic area of France, including Théâtre du Soleil and Ariane Mnouchkine, Jean Pierre Vincent, Gildas Bourdet, Didier Flamand and Gilles Aillaud.
To contact Arthur Sonnen: a.sonnen@sica.nl

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Manon de Ruijter
Manon de Ruijter works at the British Council in the Netherlands. What's her motivation to participate in EUNIC Netherlands and what role could EUNIC play? Read the interview with Manon on this site under 'projects'.

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More Europe

More Europe is a cultural civic initiative that aims to highlight and reinforce the role of culture in the EUs external relations. It calls upon EU institutions, Member States and civil society to work together in order to join up their visions, pool resources and coordinate their activities.

Europe debates in 2012:
Berlin (2 May), Paris (23 May), Amsterdam (19 September), Warsaw (October), Brussels (December). Each of these debates focuses on a specific aspect of the EU’s external cultural relations. EUNIC cooperates in these debates. 
For more information on the More Europe initiative, please visit www.moreeurope.org.

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EUNIC Regional Cluster Meeting

EUNIC Regional Cluster Meeting

On the 7th and 8th of May 2012, EUNIC Cluster representatives from London, the Netherlands and Brussels spent two days in Leuven, discussing the clusters’ organisation and projects, and exploring possibilities of closer cooperation between clusters.

Cluster representatives had the opportunity to get to know each other, the internal organisation, the projects and activities of the other clusters and discuss ways of improving inter-cluster communication as well as share best practice on project organisation. This Inter-Cluster Meeting was organised and chaired by the Austrian Cultural Forum Brussels (President of EUNIC in Brussels 2011/2012) and hosted by the Institute for Ireland, also a EUNIC in Brussels member. Read more on www.eunic-brussels.eu/

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Daria Bouwman

Daria Bouwman appointed as chairwoman EUNIC Netherlands
On 19 January 2012, EUNIC Netherlands said farewell to chairwoman Barbara Honrath, Director of Goethe-Institut Netherlands. Despite the economic challenges Barbara faced during her last year as chairwoman, she successfully organized a number of exceptional events, established new contacts and put EUNIC on the Dutch map. Barbara will continue her work as a member of EUNIC Netherlands.
Barbara is succeeded by Daria Bouwman, Head of the Cultural Section of the Austrian Embassy in The Hague. Daria will continue working with the current policy and raising awareness for EUNIC.

European Literature Night
European literature night in Amsterdam:16 May 2012. Give word to a dozen authors of the new Europe. More info on this website under 'projects'.
There will be four discussions in English among the European authors, chaired by Margot Dijkgraaf, literary critic NRC Handelsblad, author, Director Academic Cultural Center Spui 25 in Amsterdam. Between these discussions there will be a musical trip through Europe by Tjerk Ridder and Matthijs Spek from the group Trekhaak gezocht!
With the participation of John Burnside United Kingdom, Mircea Cărtărescu Romania, György Dragomán Hungary, Lilian Faschinger Austria, Joke Hermsen the Netherlands, Jean Mattern France, Janne Teller Denmark, Stephan Thome Germany, Tomáš Zmeškal Czech Republic.




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European Culture and the future

The European responsibility for culture
Tuesday 17 April 2012, 19:30 hrs, De Brakke Grond Amsterdam. The entrance is free of charge. Reservations Maureen.vervloesem@brakkegrond.nl

On the 17th of April, EUNIC Netherlands will organise the conference ‘The European responsibility for culture’ in the Flemish Arts Centre De Brakke Grond. More information see this web site, under 'projects'.

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City2cities

City2Cities: International Literature Days Utrecht

21 – 29 April 2012

City2Cities is an international literature festival which connects the city of Utrecht with two other literary cities each year. This year those cities will be Barcelona & Prague. We invite the renowned writers from these cities to the Netherlands, search for new talent and try to discover where Utrecht and her two guest cities differ and overlap. The festival is organised by Stichting Utrechts Internationaal Literatuurfestival in collaboration with the Czech Centre and Instituto Cervantes.

More info:

http://www.city2cities.nl/en/
http://hague.czechcentres.cz

http://www.cervantes.nl/

 
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A Night of European Literature

A Night of European Literature
14 May 2013, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.

‘That we laugh and cry for the same thing,’ Montaigne

Taking the title of this essay by Montaigne as their guide, authors from all over Europe have been inspired to write a short story, an essay or another piece of prose. On 14 May, seven of them will take part in a discussion with Margot Dijkgraaf.
More information and registration: www.brakkegrond.nl

(Photo: Lauren Binet, France)
 

Arthur Sonnen

Arthur Sonnen now Chevalier dans l’orde des Arts et des Lettres

SICA employee and secretary for EUNIC Netherlands Arthur Sonnen was named Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres during a ceremony at the residence of the French ambassador in the Netherlands.

Sonnen received the award for his work at EUNIC and his role in the introduction in the Netherlands of important developments in scenic area of France, including Théâtre du Soleil and Ariane Mnouchkine, Jean Pierre Vincent, Gildas Bourdet, Didier Flamand and Gilles Aillaud.
To contact Arthur Sonnen: a.sonnen@sica.nl

 
 
   
 
   
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