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The exhibition Days of Fire Arts 28 April 2017
The exhibition Days of Fire Arts is organised on the occasion of the third edition of the Open Ateliers of Ceramics, Glass and Metal. On Friday, 28 April 2017, from 7:00 p.m., the foyer of the Media Hall, namely the wing towards Tudor Arghezi street, shall host the varnishing of the exhibition and the launch of the catalogue Days of Fire Arts: the event, organised within the framework of the Contemporaries Cultural Project alongside the Romanian Cultural Institute – in its capacity as co-organiser, and in partnership with the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, shall gather works signed by 21 artists specialised in ceramics, glass and metal. The exhibitors shall be Ciprian Ariciu (ceramics), Csaba Barabás (ceramics), Vlad Basarab (ceramics), Adela Bonaț (ceramics), Lucian Butucariu (glass), Alina Băncilă (glass-metal), Dan Băncilă (glass-metal), Maria Roxana Cioată (ceramics), Cristina Ciobanu (ceramics), Gherghina Costea (ceramics), Cristian Dobrescu (ceramics), Anca Vintilă Dragu (ceramics), Daniela Făiniș (ceramics), Marian Gheorghe (metal), Elena Lupu (ceramics), Călin Mușat (metal), Nicolae Moldovan, (ceramics), David Leonid Olteanu (ceramics-glass), Monica Pădureț (ceramics), Victor Olivier Săraru (glass-metal), Iulian Vîrtopeanu (ceramics). The following shall take the floor in the opening: Ion Caramitru, General Manager of NTB, Constantin Hoștiuc, art critic and Maria Pașc, curator of the exhibition. The exhibition shall accompany the third edition of the Days of Fire Arts (ZAF) throughout its duration and is created in the hope to enchant the eyes of beauty lovers, encouraging them at the same time to visit the ateliers of the exhibiting artists. The exhibition Days of Fire Arts can be visited in the time frame 28 April – 28 May 2017, during the working hours of the I.L. Caragiale National Theatre of Bucharest (daily from 14.00 - 18.30, except for Mondays). The access is made through the entrances towards the Media and Painting Halls at the NTB façade towards the Bălcescu Blvd.   Contemporaries is a project initiated and conducted by the Makers Association, aiming at the capitalization of current Romanian culture by favouring the creative act, tackled from a perspective unitary with the creator. The Contemporaries project aims at organising and supporting artistic and socio-cultural activities for educating the audience’s aesthetic sensibility.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Photography Exhibition Elements of Nature 26 April 2017
The Photography Exhibition „Elements of Nature” by Her Royal Highness, Princess Sophie of Romania   On Wednesday, 26 April 2017, at 7.00 p.m., the foyer of the Media Hall of the „I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, the wing towards the Intercontinental Hotel, shall host the opening of the photography exhibition Elements of Nature created by Her Royal Highness Princess Sophie of Romania. The exhibition comprises 50 photographic landscapes taken by Princess Sophie in France, Bretagne, over the last two years, by means of which Her Royal Highness unravels the beauty of nature and of the environment we inhabit. Furthermore, on the same occasion, the collection of 36 art photographs Ultramarine shall be launched, as postcards, bearing the signature of Princess Sophie, edited by Curtea Veche Publishing. The photographs have been taken by Princess Sophie in Bretagne and feature the ocean as main topic. The Ultramarine collection of postcards can be purchased at the book-stand of the Curtea Veche Publishing House, organised in the foyer of the Media Hall. In the opening, the following shall take the floor: Her Royal Highness Princess Sophie, Ion Caramitru, General Manager of NTB, Master Ştefan Câlţia, Mrs. Iren Arsen, manager of the Curtea Veche Publishing House. The exhibition „Elements of Nature” can be visited in the time frame 26 April – 10 May 2017, during the working hours of the I.L. Caragiale National Theatre of Bucharest (daily from 14.00 - 18.30, except for Mondays). Access is made through the entrances towards the Media and Painting Halls, at the NTB façade towards the Bălcescu Blvd. The exhibition is organised in partnership with the ”I.L. Caragiale” National Theatre of Bucharest, with the support of the Ionescu and Sava Law Firm. Princess Sophie has created over time a series of photographic landscapes, attesting her talent and craftsmanship. Her Royal Highness intends to inaugurate next year an artistic photography exhibition with Romanian landscapes in the four seasons. More details about the photographic creations of Her Royal Highness are available on the website www.sophiederoumanie.com *** Her Royal Highness Princess Sofia is the fourth daughter of King Michael and Queen Anne of Romania. Princess Sophie was born in Athens, Greece, on 29 October 1957. She studied in Switzerland and Great Britain, then in the United States, she has taken Fine Arts courses at the University North Carolina, Ashevillle, and of graphic design and photography at the Corcoran College of Art and Design of Washington, DC. For a long period, Princess Sophie has successfully worked and exhibited works of art, on both shores of the Atlantic. After the fall of communism in Romania, in December 1989, Princess Sophie has left the United States and has returned to her family house in Switzerland, in order to help her father. She played an important role in the consolidation of the Versoix Secretariat, alongside her sister, Heiress Princess Margaret. In January 1990, Princess Sophie and Princess Margaret have set foot on Romanian land for the first time. They have discovered a society deeply marked by the communist era. The Princesses have decided to lay the groundwork for the Princess Margaret Foundation of Romania, in order to support sustainable projects in the fields of education, community development, civil society and culture, projects contributing to Romania’s spiritual and social renewal. In her capacity as Vice-President of the Foundation, Princess Sophie has played a vital role in the identification of major projects, in fundraising campaigns all over the United States, in the organisation of humanitarian aid. Furthermore, Princess Sophie has contributed to the promotion of the Foundation’s activity at international level. In 1995, Princess Sophie has published, in Bucharest, a fairytale book for children, illustrated by young Romanian artists. All revenues obtained were ceded to the Foundation for projects aiming at supporting children. The daughter of Princess Sophie, Elisabeth-Maria Biarneix, was born in Argenteuil, France, in 1999. The Princess has baptised her daughter after the two Queens of Romania, Queen Elisabeth and Queen Mary. Currently, Princess Sophie lives in France, together with her daughter.   Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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