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babelmed - 04/03/2010
In its third edition, ‘Home Works: A Forum on Cultural Practices’ is one of the premiere international cultural projects hosted in the Middle East, bringing together artists, writers, intellectuals, filmmakers, architects, critical theorists and philosophers.
The exhibition “Med Voices: Shared Spaces in Times of Crises” at the Biblioteca Alexandrina is part of a larger project implemented by other twelwe Mediterranean cities: ”Med Voices: Oral History and Cultural Practices in Mediterranean Cities". This initiative is a very interesting attempt to reverse the customary emphasis given to monumental heritage and to promote an awareness of the intangible Mediterranean Cultural Heritage...
The Dubrovnik’s Libertas Summer Festival was founded in 1950. It's actually the largest and most representative cultural event in Croatia: an irresistible outpouring of music, theatre and dance that attracts an all-star line up of international performers and an ever-increasing number of visitors to the unique setting of the indoor and open-air stages of the Renaissance/Baroque city.