The perception of women saints in the iconography of the 21 century - Wimbledon Art Studio, on Saturday 4 February 2012, between 1-3pm, London
I would like to invite you to our next event of FEM 21, a debate with the title "The perception of women saints in the iconography of the 21 century ", guest speaker Aurelia Chiriac Carabinieru.
The event will take place at Studio 117 at Wimbledon Art Studio, on Saturday 4 February 2012, between 1-3pm, Riverside Road, SW17 0BB, London.
Aurelia Chiriac Carabinieru graduated from the University of Psychology and Social Assistance Iasi with a degree in aesthetics. Together with the Foster Care Centre Bucium in Iasi she founded a Iconography Centre for children with creative skills. Their works were awarded the first place in the international exhibition Life Always Prevail in Tel Aviv.she established also an Iconographic Project at Romanca Society in the last 3 years. Currently her icons are exhibited in monasteries and churches in Romania and England.
The event is part of the project FEM21-Women’s Voices and Ways of Perceiving Them in Europe via Culture, Traditions, Diversity and Friendship is a Grudtvig project organized by ARIADNA-Romanian Women Journalist Association, Connexion Roumanie and Romanca Society during 2011-2013. The project aim is to value the women’s contributions to the constructive intercultural approach to unity in diversity in Europe.
All are welcome but confirmation is essential and tickets not necessary.
Contact 07515253584, email@example.com
Please find details and directions on http://www.wimbledonartstudios.co.uk/
I am looking forward to see you there.
About the project FEM21
The project FEM21-Women’s Voices and Ways of Perceiving Them in Europe via Culture, Traditions, Diversity and Friendship also aims at reinforcing the Europe women’s sense of citizenship by involving them in life-long learning activities. They ar meant to find world cultural values as a common source for what is considered national wisdom. So, culture, traditions and friendship represent ways of perceiving the women’s voices in Europe.
Through this partnership that will take place in Romania, France and UK, we want to encourage the participation of a large number of women and men in this action, to highlight gender equality and equal opportunities in culture, in social and political life for all.
We would like to invite you to contribute to the image-building of women in an artistic dialogue in the European countries, with multicultural profiles and inspiration. We welcome you to the development of partnership by taking an interactive part in roundtables, récittals of poetry, music events, theatre and art exhibitions during the project.
The project aims at developing appropriate strategies and activities which enables each partner organisation to share its historical, cultural and traditional knowledge. By its specific language, culture and tradition, each country contributes to the unity of Europe. While working at this project the participants of both sexes collect folklore and ethnographic information from their area and share knowledge with all participants in the project.
The events are part of the EU Project FEM 21 organized by ARIADNA-Romanian Women Journalist Association, Connexion Roumanie Association France and Romanca Society Great Britain, funded by Grundtvig programme.
The project is kindly supported by:
RADIO TV UNIREA
ASOCIATIA INFO MANAGER
RAMA EXPERT AGENCY -"DRACULA TOUR"
CENTRUL CULTURAL INTERNATIONAL INTERART
LIGA CULTURALA PENTRU UNITATEA ROMANILOR DE PRETUTINDENI
The team FEM 21