Letters and Characters – Georgeta Năpăruș

20 September 2017 - 24 October 2017

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Scenography Exercises. Models, costumes and sketches 19 November 2021
Young designers' workshop in the Rotunda of the NTB Small Hall: On Friday, November 19th 2021, at 12.00, the Rotonda foyer of the Small Hall of the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre of Bucharest will host the opening of the exhibition "Scenography Exercises. Models, costumes and sketches, which includes the creations of the scenography students from the Faculty of Theatre within UNATC "I.L. Caragiale". It is the only event within the "Șerban Ionescu" Theatre and Film Festival that will take place both physically and virtually. Until November 21st, 2021, the exhibition can be explored on the digital platform, and the original works will remain on display at the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre until the end of December. The digital version of the exhibition will include, in addition to a virtual photo gallery of the students' works, a mini-documentary on the creation process of the Elizabethan costumes and commedia dell'arte masks. The audience will be able to discover how the model of an imaginary performance is built and will be invited to enter the miniature world of unique creations waiting to become reality on a theatre stage.  "... the present exhibition complements the one included in the programme of the National Theatre Festival - 2021 edition, which ended on 14 November 2021. To the works recently exhibited at the Odeon Theatre in Bucharest in the context of the NTF are added other creations by students of scenography, this being possible thanks to the involvement and openness of our partners, UNATC "I.L. Caragiale" and the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre. Moreover, NTB provided us with a very generous exhibition space and, I think, very appropriate to the context. The foyer of the Small Hall is the "antechamber" of a laboratory of young creation that both people in the profession and spectators know as "9G at NTB". To include, therefore, the art of future scenographers in a space dedicated to theatrical experimentation is an achievement that deserves to become a normality"- says Andreea Ciocîrlan, Communication Director of the "Șerban Ionescu" Theatre and Film Festival. The exhibition will remain open until December 15th, 2021 and can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 2.00 to 6.30 p.m.   Access is allowed with public participation at 30% of the maximum capacity of the space if all participants are persons vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 virus (10 days have passed since the completion of the full vaccination scheme) or persons who are between the 15th day and the 180th day after confirmation of SARS-CoV-2 infection, according to Decision No 91 of 22.10.2021. Wearing the mask is compulsory. Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 
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Salon of Romanian painters participating in the artists' residencies 18 November 2021
  The 9th exhibition in Bucharest of the “Soleil de l'Est” Association: The new exhibition of the Soleil de l'Est Association*, which will open on Thursday, 18 November 2021 at 5.30 pm in the Media foyer (Intercontinental wing) of the "I.L. Caragiale" National Theatre, represents the Bucharest stage of the project "Soleil de l'Est Artist Residency, at Luynes, Loire Valley, France" and brings together works by Romanian painters who participated in the artist residencies run by the association between 2001 and 2021. The works exhibited on the rails are created after the return to the country from France, under the influence of the impressions and emotions accumulated during the participation in these residencies. New painters are also present, interested in the message of the Association Soleil de l'Est "Art, to be known, must circulate". The exhibiting painters are the following (65): Achitenie Ion, Albert Levente, Albu Jan, Baba Dorin, Bialcovski Dalia, Blei Nicolae, Catavei Nicolae, Cholet Elena, Cinteanu Mariana, Ciobanu Cristina, Cioca Dan, Ciochina Nicolae, Coman Gheorghe, Contras Bogdana, Costea Gelu, Crăciun Daniel, Dican Gheorghe, Dima Victor, Diviza Vasile, Dominte Merisor - Georgeta, Drăgan Corneliu - Târgoviște, Dumitras Puiu Costachi, Frățilă Adriana, Gavril Mihail, Gribincea Nicoleta, Iancuț Ion, Isăilă Ion Ilarion, Iordache Mirela, Iorga Nicolae, Janku Olivia, Liciu Lucian, Macovei Dumitru, Midvichi Laurențiu, Mara Constantin, Mărginean Alexandru, Mattis - Teutsch Waldemar, Mattis - Teutsch Agnes, Mihus Grigore, Modâlca Mihaela, Murariu Marilena, Nichita Mircea, Negreșteanu Pop Vasile, Neamțu Costin, Onica Stelian, Oteteleșanu Măriuca, Paraschiv Christian, Paraschivescu Valter, Pelmuș Ștefan, Roșca Horia, Radu Eva, Radovan Ciprian, Răducu Marin, Staicu Alina, Stan Gabriel, Tănase Valentin, Tolan Vasile, Tomaselli Angela, Trăistaru Mirela, Tudor Constantin, Vasilescu Corneliu, Velicu Petre, Vescu Teodor, Weiss Cristina, Zancu Sergiu, Zbârcea Daniela. The organizers define the objective of this new Salon as follows: “… to present to the Bucharest audience a group of prestigious Romanian painters from the country and from the diaspora, who represented with honour and high artistic creativity, a value of great cultural value of Romania - contemporary painting. All these painters collaborated with the Soleil de l'Est Association towards organizing in France and later in other EU countries, prestigious cultural events, painting exhibitions, book launches, artist residencies, meetings with members of Romanian communities in France, with French and Romanian people of culture, contacts with local painters and their organizations. The works of Romanian painters have been successfully and interestingly presented in the over 150 exhibitions organized by the Association, since 1990, both in France, Paris and other French cities, as well as in Brussels, The Hague, Vienna, Bratislava, Rome, Aarhus - European Capital of Culture 2017, as well as in Bucharest. It is very important for the Romanian audience to know that the works of these true “ambassadors” of Romanian painting were viewed and appreciated by the knowledgeable and erudite French public. They successfully represented, with a lot of mastery and artistic competence, Romanian cultural values.” On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition on November 18th, 2021 (at 5.30 pm), in the presence of the representatives of the "Soleil de l'Est" Association and the exhibiting painters, there will be a screening of footage with Romanian painters in France and an artistic documentation stand will be made available to the public, with art albums made by Soleil de l'Est. *The Soleil de l'Est Association, created in 1994, organizes cultural events of high professionalism and artistic quality, by presenting in France and other countries in the European Union, a part of great interest and importance of Romanian culture, especially contemporary painting. This exhibition is a summum of the over 150 Romanian painting exhibitions, organized by Soleil de l'Est in prestigious locations, such as Fondation Taylor Paris Montmartre, Cité Internationale des Arts, Espace Christiane Peugeot in Paris, Château Royal de Collioure, European Patent Office, Foyer Main Building Gallery and Romanian Embassy in The Hague (Netherlands), Romanian Representation to the EU (Brussels, Belgium), Vienna (Austria), Festive Hall of the Ministry of Culture in Bratislava (Slovakia), etc. In Romania, Soleil de l'Est presented contemporary Romanian painting in Bucharest, „C. Brâncuși” hall of the Parliament Palace, National Library of Romania, Romanian Cultural Institute, ARCUB, as well as in Brașov, Timișoara, Iași, Mangalia. The exhibition, produced in partnership with NTB within the programme NTB – Paratheatrical - Visual Arts remains open until December 15th, 2021 and can be visited daily between 10:00 - 18:00. Access to the NTB Media Foyer is allowed with the participation of the public in proportion of 30% of the maximum capacity of the space (approximately 30 people simultaneously), if all participants are vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus and for which 10 days have passed since completion of the full vaccination schedule or persons who are in the period between the 15th and 180th day after confirmation of SARS-CoV-2 infection, according to Decision no. 91 of 22.10.2021. Public access will be allowed only under these conditions (presentation of the green certificate or equivalent) and wearing a mask (medical / non-medical) throughout the event. The verification of these conditions will be performed before the access inside the NTB building. Translated by Simona Nichiteanu
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