MEMORY OF WATER – Series of Webinars

By |2020-12-11T23:43:57+00:00December 11th, 2020|Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water|

More about Memory of Water: https://www.memoryofwater.eu/ https://www.facebook.com/memoryofwaterEU https://www.instagram.com/memoryofwatereu/ MEMORY OF WATER – Series of Webinars 17 November – 16 December 2020 Introducing a programme of webinars that will profile the achievements of six partner cities striving to impact the future of post industrial cultural heritage on the European waterfronts by looking at [...]

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Memory of Water Webinar – 16 December (Part 1)

By |2020-12-16T10:04:13+00:00December 11th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Seminars & Conferen, Uncategorized (English)|

Invitation to webinars on Wednesday 16 December What's the future of waterfront heritage zones in the post industrial cities of Europe? Part 1: 12.13:30 CET Part 2: 14-15:30 CET Part 1 : 12-13.30 CET  Impact of culture and European projects- from cultural planners and expert's perspective  In these two webinars we invite you to [...]

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CEO Iwona Preis’ reflection on Memory of Water and Connecting Georgia

By |2020-12-11T12:28:42+00:00December 10th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Projects|

The Golden Balance- Between Artistic Expression and Cultural Heritage Preservation Yesterday Intercult in collaboration with Batumi House Argani in Georgia broadcasted an international webinar on the subject of art encounters in public space and heritage preservation. Ana Riaboshenko, Art Curator – Contemporary Art Space Batumi, remembered Intercult visiting Adjara region in Georgia with Seas and [...]

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Time strollers – Stockholm, Water city in transformation – a conversation between artists and urban planners

By |2020-12-07T14:31:44+00:00November 30th, 2020|Archive (English), Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News, Seminars & Conferen|

Memory of Water is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts in the context of urban planning and community development. Over two years, participating partners from six countries (Intercult in Sweden, Stad Ostend in Belgium, the Municipality of Levadia in Greece, BSCC in Poland, Fablevision in Scotland, and Ormston House in Ireland) [...]

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Showing of Batumi artists Irakli Dzneladze and Zaira Nadirasvhili

By |2020-10-30T19:13:29+00:00October 30th, 2020|Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News|

Connecting Georgia: Showing of Batumi artists 1/3 Zaira Nadirasvhili - FATHER & Irakli Dzneladze - MEMORY Live Streaming on Facebook - November 1st 13:00 & 14:00 (Sthlm time) The event is part of the international project Connecting Georgia, which aims to explore post-industrial waterfront heritage in the context of urban planning and community development through [...]

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Event: TIDSFLANÖRERNA (Time Strollers)

By |2020-10-25T09:09:57+00:00October 21st, 2020|Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News|

Event on October 25th / 1pm-4pm TIDSFLANÖRERNA (Time Strollers) During the last month, five Stockholm based artists were researching the post industrial cultural heritage on waterfronts between Norra Hammarby, Tegelvikshamnen and Stadsgården which are undergoing a transformation process. By doing silent walks, raising questions and travelling back in history, they explored these areas from an [...]

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Artists to Connecting Georgia

By |2020-04-29T17:15:57+00:00April 29th, 2020|Connecting Georgia, News|

  One of 2020’s projects for us at Intercult is Connecting Georgia. Due to the current situation with COVID-19 pandemic, all abroad travel has been put on hold until things have calmed down. But we love the project so much we thought we’d share the talented artist’s who are participating! These artist’s are partnering with [...]

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Preserving the cultural heritage of the old city and seaside in Batumi

By |2019-12-19T08:40:23+00:00December 17th, 2019|Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News|

Connecting Georgia (2019-2020) is an artistic project that aims at developing and discussing tools that can be helpful to tackle the challenges for sites with post-industrial cultural heritage. The project connects the city of Batumi with other european cities engaged in the Memory of Water Creative Europe EU project. From the last decade some [...]

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OPEN CALL: CONNECTING GEORIGA

By |2020-01-14T09:32:41+00:00December 12th, 2019|Connecting Georgia, Memory of Water, News|

23 - 29 March 2020 Batumi, Georgia Connecting Georgia is an artist-led project exploring post-industrial waterfront heritage in the context of urban planning and community development. The project is connected to the Creative Europe funded project Memory of Water that gathers six partners in Europe and funded by the Swedish Institute, Third Country Participation in the Baltic Sea region. [...]

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