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Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas at the Folkestone Triennial

Kent,Creative Foundation2 Sep - 5 Nov
Creative Foundation is delighted to announce details of the artists taking part in the fourth edition of Folkestone Triennial, one of the UK’s most ambitious art exhibitions. This year triennial features Lithuanian artists Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas. Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas have designed a Folk Stone Power Plant (working title) to stand behind the Town Hall in the ancient Market Place. The stone is inspired by the writings and drawings of Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) the polymath founder of bio-geography, geomagnetic and meteorological monitoring,…
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Reading Group at the Institut Français

London,Institut français in London12 Oct - 7 Dec
The Reading Group is back at the Institute Français for a brand new season of discussing and reviewing French literature. Have a look here and join us for a literary discussion with a little French twist! All sessions start at 7.00pm | duration: 1h30 | in English and (easy) French Thu 12 Oct | Based on a True Story, by Delphine de Vigan (2017) – tr. G. Miller Thu 9 Nov | L’oeuvre (The Masterpiece) – Emile Zola Thu 7 Dec | Boussole (Compass) – Mathias Enard Thu 18 Jan | Au…
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Cultural Connections

London,Embassy of the Slovak Republic26 Oct
Cultural Connections – The National Trust visits the Czech Republic Christine Sitwell talks about the programme between the National Trust and the NPÚ (the Czech National Heritage Institute) whose aims include exchanging examples of good practice, sharing experiences, broadening staff horizons, gaining objective perspectives of each other’s work. The visits help to develop and benefit the role of curatorial and conservation staff, providing a stimulating opportunity for their careers.
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Palus Sarmatica

London,Ognisko Polskie – Polish Hearth30 Oct
How did peoples of Iranian ancestry originally from Central Asia, come to form part of the Polish nobility and the national character? This is the question that Prof Krzysztof Koehler, director of Poland’s Book Institute and the popular TV station, TVP Kultura, ingeniously tries to discover in his new book – and talk at Ognisko Polskie on 30th October.
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