26 Sep

Altruistic motives
By: BRAMS | Published On: 26/09/18 11:32 pm

Today the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts, which exhibits the private collection of Dr George (Gia) Jokhtaberidze and Manana Shevardnadze, has officially opened. The public will have access to the new museum from 2nd October 2018.

The museum houses about 3,500 pieces of work by over 80 Georgian artists and sculptors. The oldest exhibits belong to the 1940s.

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19 Sep

GACS: Autumn session 2018
By: BRAMS | Published On: 19/09/18 9:03 pm

19 September 2018: A meeting of the science advisory board was held on Wednesday, at 17:00 in the Georgian Academy of Criminology.

The main goals of the Academy have been discussed and agreed upon as follows:

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16 Sep

Katie Melua concert
By: BRAMS | Published On: 16/09/18 11:56 pm

Tonight the Georgian-British singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Katie Melua shared her birthday evening with the most devoted fans of hers when she performed in Tbilisi, Georgia. Several thousands of Georgians of all age groups filled the entire Europe Square, Metekhi bridge, and nearby area to attend the performance of Katie and her band: Zurab Melua (guitarist), Joe Yoshida (drummer), Tim Harris (bassist), and Mark Edwards (pianist).


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14 Jul

Workshop: JJ Ramsden
By: BRAMS | Published On: 14/07/18 3:20 pm

The first official visitor and supporter to BRAMS Institute, Professor Jeremy J. Ramsden is our old friend and dear colleague from the University of Buckingham, England.

As an experienced professional in multiple fields, Professor Ramsden consulted the newly founded Institute, its director, and staff members on peculiar difficulties and important nuances they might face in the process. Also, he gave useful advice on founding an academic journal, providing the personal editorial experience.

The workshop lasted for five days – between 12th and 16th July – and culminated in the BRAMS Institute founding party.


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