All children and young people from the countries over the world are invited to participate in the 18th International Visual art competition 'I live by the Sea'.
The aim of the competition - Using artistic expressions, encourage everyone’s interest in a water eco system (a water chain - springs, rivers, lakes, seas and oceans), its role in the development of human life, culture and traditions, as well as evaluate water as an intercultural unified element
The Silk Museum of Valencia organizes this International Conference with the objective of knowing and comparing the history and the characteristics of the Silk Museums in the world from a transdisciplinary perspective: Costumes, Educations Interests and Technological-Scientific Museums mainly. It is the first time that is organized congress of this nature. Valencia has named "City of Silk 2016-2020" as Focal Point UNESCO Silk Road Program. Experts representing the most significant Silk Museums will participate. This museum selection have an interesting education purpose.
Design Stories – a new Latvian textbook for introducing design basics – has been published
. The Conference aims to trace and possibly construct this singular notion through the spyglass of the different disciplines that matter to the true spirit of the word Public: Art, Design and Science