28 October, 2010

The Adult Education Festival will take place in Tbilisi on 27-29 October 2010 on the initiative of the Institute for International Cooperation of German Adult Education Association (dvv international) and with co-organization of Adult Education Association of Georgia. The aim of the Festival is the promotion of the Lifelong Learning concept and presentation of several selected projects.
The initiative is supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, the Ministry

of Occupied Territories, Accommodation of Internally Displaced Persons of Georgia, Tbilisi City Hall, National Museum of Georgia and Non-Governmental Organizations.  Representatives of international organizations and invited guests from abroad will participate in the Festival. 
October 27:Tbilisi City Assembly, 2 Freedom Square
9:30 – 18:00    Conference: “Adult Education and local development” (by invitation only)   
October 28:
Hobby Art Gallery, 8 G. Chanturia St. Tbilisi
12:00    - Official opening of the Festival
12:10 - Show of the Film on Community Education Centers run by dvv international in the regions (within the framework of the EU-funded projects)
13:00 - Opening of Photo Exhibition and the Exhibition of handicrafts by the participants of the projects “Supporting the Integration of IDPs in the Kvemo Kartli Region”, “Supporting the Integration of IDPs in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti  Region” and  AECs in Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki
Conference Hall of the Georgian National Museum, 1 Purtseladze Str.
14:00    - Presentation of “A-Muse-All” project. Presentation of textbook “Museum and Education” and pamphlet “Chronicles of Georgian-Ossetian Relations” (by invitation only)
Royal District Theater, 10 G. Abesadze Str.
18:00 - Theatre Performance by participants of Art project of 4 Community Education Centers
October 29:
Caucasian House, 20 Galaktioni Str.
12:00 - Presentation of “Red Terror” project (by invitation only)
12:30-15:00    - Walking tour in the city “Tour of terror”
National Parliamentary Library of Georgia, 7 Gudiashvili Str. Building 3, Exposition Hall
18:00 - Award ceremony “For contribution to Adult Education in Georgia”
19:00 - Closure of the Festival

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