MYTHS AND DEMONS – closing debate
Almost 30 years after the end of the Cold War and 15 years after the accession of the states of Central and Eastern Europe to the EU, the European continent remains trapped in an understanding going back more than a century of the nation state as a territorially bounded community, and struggles to implement transnational or even de-territorialized forms of citizenship. What is the future of the European continent 100 years from now?
BOZAR and Archa Theatre (Prague) invite you to Myths and Demons, the closing participative debate of the year-long project 1918 European Dreams of Modernity.
Remembering 1918 – Helsinki
On Wednesday 16 May 2018, the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux is organising Remembering 1918, an event which places the events of 1918 in an international context. The event takes place in Helsinki at Think Corner (Tiedekulma, 4 Aleksanterinkatu) and Rautatalo (3 Keskuskatu). The Institute is inviting researchers, journalists and musicians from different parts of Europe to reflect on the conflicts of 100 years ago and how they are remembered. The primary language of the event is English. The event is open to all and attendance is free.
Remembering 1918: Daydreaming Nations – 20 Voices from Central and Eastern Europe about the Post-1918 Period
The first event of the Remembering 1918 project will take place on the first weekend of February in Brussels. The House of European History and the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts are bringing together scholars and artists from Central and Eastern Europe to present original views on the events of 1918 and their impact on the present.