25 Jul

TSU Doctoral Student Colloquium
By: BRAMS | Published On: 25/07/23 7:58 pm

The four Doctoral students of the Institute of American Studies at Tbilisi State University gave combined colloquia this noon:

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20 May

AmStud Conference 2023
By: BRAMS | Published On: 20/05/23 11:22 pm

Institute of American Studies at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and the Georgian Association for American Studies hosted the 24th International Annual Conference on American Studies from 18th through 20th May 2023.


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24 Jul

QAL at O2 Arena
By: BRAMS | Published On: 24/07/22 11:08 pm

The Rhapsody Tour by Queen + Adam Lambert is finally rocking across the UK and Europe.

After waiting for two and half a year – as the tour had been twice postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic – the lucky owners of the tickets are fully compensated for their patience and understanding by Brian May, Roger Taylor, Adam Lambert and the band performing 36 shows within eight weeks. The Rhapsody Tour began on 27 May at Belfast’s SSE Arena, Northern Ireland, and will be finalised on 25 July in Tampere Deck Arena, Finland.


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8 Jun

Nino Akhalkatsi Exhibition
By: BRAMS | Published On: 8/06/22 10:17 pm

This afternoon, Nino Akhalkatsi's solo exhibition "Value Is the Colour of Time" opened at Lominari Gallery, Tbilisi.

The immensely talented Georgian artist offers her bright world to the visitors in the space divided in two.


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6 Jun

Heraclius II
By: BRAMS | Published On: 6/06/22 10:05 pm

Professor George Kalandia, Doctor of History and Director of Art Palace, presented a public lecture about one of the most valuable but at the same time, extremely controversial topics – the political importance of King Heraclius II (i.e. Erekle II) of United East Georgian Kingdom.

The interest of the British press towards the Georgian prince began in the early 18th century, with the first newspaper article published by The General Evening Post in 1750 although the newsreels that briefly mention bits of information bout Georgia appeared as early as 1703. Professor Kalandia also found a few more news in the 1714 and 1723 issues of The Post Boy.

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