Latvian delegates head off to London Book Fair
The London Book Fair 2018 will take place from 10th to 12th April, and Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have been selected to be this year’s Market Focus Countries. To celebrate this occasion, more than 40 events related to Latvian literature will be hosted in the Book Fair and other venues across London.
Centenary project “Latvian Film Days in India” inaugurated
On 24 March, “Latvian Film Days in India” as part of the 100 years of Latvia celebration in India, were officially inaugurated with Latvia’s participation at the Habitat International Film Festival.
34 Latvian books to appear in English ahead of London Book Fair
To introduce British readers to Latvian literature, the English translations of 34 books by Latvian authors will be published in the UK ahead of this the London Book Fair, which this year will take place from April 10 to 12, Inga Bodnarjuka-Mrazauskas, the head of Latvian Literature platform, said at a news conference on February 21.
Exhibition "Family Bussiness"
Kim? Contemporary Art Centre proudly announces a solo show by Finnish-Israeli artist Dafna Maimon. One of the themes unfolded in this exhibition is the experience of society making headway towards tolerance and togetherness which are qualities of great importance in the context of the Baltic Sea Region, Europe and the globe.
The exhibition "Akademia: Performing Life" / International exhibition series Portable Landscapes
The exhibition "Akademia: Performing Life" will look at narratives and themes springing from Akademia, a community and an alternative school that offered courses in dance, art and crafts, hosted an art gallery and a publishing house and staged theatre and dance pieces between the 1910s and 1970s in Paris.
Baltic States opens 100 year independence anniversary celebrations in Japan
On February 14, Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania opened 100 year independence anniversary celebrations in Japan with a concert of Maestro Mr. Gidon Kremer and the chamber orchestra Kremerata Baltica, that was followed by reception.