Exhibition Period Patterns, the basis of the theatre costume

15 December 2022


Intrare liberă / Free entrance

"Festival Stories": a celebration of the National Theatre Festival 2023 12 April 2024
The Centre for Visual Communication is pleased to present the photography exhibition Festival Stories, an artistic project dedicated to celebrating and promoting the 2023 edition of the National Theatre Festival through a creative and unique perspective. The exhibition - which includes photographs signed by Andrei Gindac, Lucian Muntean, Florin Biolan, Mihaela Marin, Maria Gindac and Cosmin Stoian - will be hosted by the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre in Bucharest, Marble Foyer, from April 12 to 21, 2024 and can be visited according to the following schedule: Monday: from 10.00 to 16.00, Tuesday to Sunday: from 10.00 to 18.00. The event is organized by the Centre for Visual Communication in partnership with UNITER and the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre in Bucharest and is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture. "Festival Stories" is much more than just a photographic exhibition, it is a visual journey into the heart of one of the most appreciated theatrical events in Romania. The concept behind "Festival Stories" is the communication of art through art. Through 30 captivating images, visitors will have the opportunity to rediscover the beauty and intensity of theatrical moments, to enjoy the unmistakable atmosphere of the festival, moments captured through the lens of the photographers of the 33rd edition of the National Theatre Festival. We invite you to join the photographers who created the "Festival Stories" universe, organizers and partners, on Friday, April 12, 2024, at 6 pm, to mark the opening of this exhibition!   Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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32 watercolor masters exhibit their works in the NTB Media Foyer 03 April 2024
A large exhibition of watercolors can be visited from April 3 to 27, 2024 in the Media Foyer of the NTB (Grand Hotel wing). The exhibited works were made during several editions of the International Watercolor Symposium "Iulia Halaucescu", Tarcau, 2019 -2023, a symposium initiated in 2019 by the "Mircea Titus Romanescu" Foundation, in partnership with UAT Tarcau. The symposium, which has become an annual event, has made Tarcau and its picturesque valley in Neamt county, the birthplace of the "lady of Romanian watercolor, Iulia Halaucescu, to become a true capital of "Watercolor Country", a meeting point for professional watercolor artists from Romania and abroad, completing through their generosity the collection of the Tarcau Art Museum, the only museum in the country dedicated to watercolor. The exhibition of the International Watercolor Symposium at the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre is dedicated to the memory of the watercolor master Iulia Halaucescu, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of her birth (31 March 1924 - Tarcau). The selection of works that can be seen at the NTB includes several original works signed by the master Iulia Halaucescu (from private collections) and more than 80 of the works created in the four editions of the Symposium, complemented by works created in the other four watercolor camps in Tarcau, works signed by 28 artists from the country and abroad: Crinela Antonescu, Ion Alexandru Antonescu, Ilie Boca, Dumitru Bostan, Teodor Buzu, Grigore Carata, Alexandros Pintilii Carciucas, Mircea Corcodel, Olga and Gheorghii Diaconu, Victor Dima, Corneliu Dragan Targoviste, Iosif Haidu, Ema Hagiu, Mirela Hagiu, Valeriu Jabinschi, Lucia Juncu, Marcel Lupse, Eugen Macinic, Eugen Mircea, Nadia Negru, Valter Paraschivescu, Corina Perianu, Erwin Ratz, Arcadie Raileanu, Mircea Titus Romanescu, Yan Su and Teodor Visan. To these are added the works signed by the special guests of this anniversary exhibition: Constantin Flondor, Horea Pastina, Mihai Sarbulescu and Andrei Rosetti. The opening of the exhibition will take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, at 5.00 pm, in the presence of representatives of the organizing partners and the initiator of the project, Mircea Titus Romanescu. The exhibition will be open daily from 10. a.m. to 6 p.m.   Translated by Andreea Codrea-Boeriu 
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