ELIA Board and Team Culture 2012 Task Force Member Efva Lilja has released two new books:
Do You Get What I'm Not Saying? On Dance as a Subversive Declaration of Love and 100 Exercises for a Choreographer and Other Survivors.
For more information on the bilingual Swedish/English books, now available on both Efva Lilja's website and Ellerströms, click below. Read more »
The Danish Minister of Culture, Uffe Albaek took the initiative for an Inspiration & Dialogue Meeting in Brussels on 6 June 2012 on the role of culture in the crisis. ELIA Senior Advisor Truus Ophuysen was at the meeting and reports back. Read more »
SPRING and HOPE = BAHAR and OMID is political theatre. Although the introduction shows fragments of video footage of demontrations around the world in 2011, the focus is set on Iran. Whatever happened to the people who took to the streets during the Green Revolution of 2009? Read more »
NEU NOW LIVE 2012 kicked off Thursday in the Galeria do Palacio with festival artists giving a short introduction to their works, varying from photography and design to fashion and artistic installation. Click below to experience the works in their new home. Read more »
Spanish paintress, and ELIA Board and Executive Committee member (1996-2000), Pilar Belmonte has released her bilingual book, Ver El Color, Observación Crítica/Seeing Color, A Critical Eye, in digital format. The book, which delves deeply into color perception as a means of personal enrichment, is directed at art and creative professionals and academics, as well as art enthusiasts. To learn more about or purchase the work click here.Read more »