Heidi Trautmann

September 2018 Cultural Events Programme at CVAR Nicosia
8/29/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Centre of Visual Arts and Research

       Programme of Events| September 2018

 

 

v  4 September 2018 at 19:00 

Music Talk: Choral Music

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Back, after the summer break, with: 🎶 Choral Music 🎶 

Join:
• Iosif Hadjikyriacos, Curator of Stavrides Archive, Larnaca
• Andreas Iacovides, CyBC Radio Classical Producer
• Demetris Michaelides, Emeritus Professor of Archaeology-
University of Cyprus
• Costas Severis, President of Severis Foundation
for a glass of wine and share your experience, knowledge, and curiosity over Music… and Wine!

- In English
- Free Admission 
- For more information: +357 22 300 994/ info@severis.org

 

 

v  7 September 2018 at 20:00

Cans for Kids Quiz and Dinner

 

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Join us for the next Quiz Night at Balthazar. It's great fun!

 

Entry fee: €5 per person - and all for a good cause.

Optional Dinner: €12

(please book with CVAR on +357 22 300 994/ +357 22 300 999)

 

Teams of 6 people maximum, please!

(extras can join teams short of people).

 

Prizes donated by Vinologie

 

For more details, check out the Cans for Kids website:

www.cansforkids.org/ (see Events) or call +357 99 666 011

 

 

 

v  14 – 29 September 2018, 9:30 – 17:00  (except Sundays)

Painting Exhibition by British-Pakistani artist Sylvat Aziz

Melusine’s Island: A Stranger’s Itinerant Observations in Cyprus

 

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An artist’s personal and visual response in the-here-and-now to Cyprus as portrayed in CVAR's collections.

-          The exhibition will open on Friday 14 September at 7:30 pm and will remain open for two weeks until 29 September (9:30 – 17:00, except Sundays).

-          Free admission

-          Venue: Centre of Visual Arts and Research, Ermou 285, 1017 Nicosia

-          For more information: +357 22 300 994/ info@severis.org

 

Short Bio:

Sylvat Aziz teaches in the Visual Arts Programme at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and is cross-listed with the Gender Studies and the Cultural Studies Programmes. She is a painter and a printmaker and trained at Pratt Institute, NYC and Montreal, Quebec. Her research interests are based around material and political visual cultures in cross-sectional societies. She has participated nationally and internationally with her work, including the Venice and Istanbul biennales. She has also held several domestic and international residencies in North America, UK, Europe and South Asia.

 

v  26 September 2018 - Best in Heritage

CVAR presented as one of the best of the best in Dubrovnik





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