News

27 Apr

A course in US history
By: BRAMS | Published On: 27/04/19 11:41 pm

Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training and Research Institute starts a course by Vasil Kacharava.

President of the Georgian Association for American Studies, Head of the Institute of American Studies at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Professor Vasil Kacharava will embrace a vast majority of topics within the course in American Presidents and Foreign Policy of the United States. Lectures will be held twice a week.

The tuition fee is 270 GEL, which covers the classes and coffee breaks (drink & cookie). Registration for this course ends on 10th May 2019.

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21 Apr

Blood Teardrop
By: BRAMS | Published On: 21/04/19 11:14 pm

On 21st April coordinated bombings in Sri Lanka took hundreds of lives. Known by two lovely nicknames ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’ and ‘Teardrop of India’, the country with ancient history and culture faces an unimaginable tragedy that has struck not only Sri Lanka but the entire world community.

 

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18 Apr

Gardenia
By: BRAMS | Published On: 18/04/19 10:59 am

On 4th May Gardenia welcomes the visitors on the opening of a springtime exhibition.

Nino Chakvetadze and Tinatin Chkhikvishvili present their paintings while Olga and Ilya Zharkov, Lubov Butolina, Irina Litvinova and Tatiana Evetskaya offer their hand-made toys and Teddy Bears. Marina Chkhartishvili introduces her exclusive Botanical Art.

Free of charge entrance.

 

Exhibition Title: Visiting the Garden

Host: Zura Shevardnadze

Venue: Gardenia

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14 Apr

Deda Ena Day
By: BRAMS | Published On: 14/04/19 12:09 am

14th April is Mother Language Day in the Republic of Georgia. Regardless of their first language, all citizens of this east European country annually celebrate the day when the nation and its government have united against the Soviet attempt to deprive the state status of Georgian – one of the oldest living languages, still in use almost unchanged since ancient times.

 

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12 Apr

Earth Day 2019
By: BRAMS | Published On: 12/04/19 8:28 pm

On 22nd April US Embassy Tbilisi will plant 50 trees in Varketili area. The staff members call for volunteers to join them in celebrating Earth Day.

More than 193 countries commemorate the day. Various events are annually held to demonstrate support for environmental protection.

There is a large number of basic but significant things we can do for protecting the planet on which we live: plant a tree, reduce, reuse, recycle, shop wisely (e.g. buy reusable bags and refillable water bottles), walk or ride a bike rather than drive a car, volunteer for cleaning up in our community, use long-lasting light bulbs, etc.

 

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