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Culture
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The great masterpiece of the Prado Museum questioned

"Las Meninas" could have a previous version

Velzquez portrait has pride of place in Prado, but original may be in Dorset Precursor of Las Meninas may have been hanging in National Trust property for 150 years. The controversy is served. Las Meninas , the canvas Velzquezs painting, the great masterpiece of the Prado Museum, could have a previous version. Leer ms

European Film Academy

46 European films have been selected for the European Film Academys 2013

46 European films have been selected for the European Film Academys 2013 list of films recommended for nomination for this years European Films Awards. A majority of these films, 29 in all, have been supported by the MEDIA programme. 32 European countries are represented in the selection. Leer ms

2013 European Union Prize for Literature Announced at Gteborg Book Fair

2013 European Union Prize for Literature

The winners of the 2013 European Union Prize for Literature, recognising the best emerging authors in Europe, were announced today at the opening of the Gteborg Book Fair in Sweden by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth. Leer ms

Europe celebrates the European Day of Languages300 languages are spoken in London

Europe celebrates the European Day of Languages

At the initiative of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, the European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year since 2001 on 26 September. Leer ms

Netherlands and Malta two Member States hosting a European Capital of Culture in 2018Process for selecting a European Capital of Culture

Netherlands and Malta two Member States hosting a European Capital of Culture in 2018

The Netherlands and Malta are the two Member States hosting a European Capital of Culture in 2018. The list of countries hosting the title until 2019 was laid down in 2006 in a decision of the European Parliament and Council of Ministers. Leer ms

EU and EBU ready to cooperate on strengthening public media Strengthening public media

EU and EBU ready to cooperate on strengthening public media

The European Commission and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) agreed to extend their cooperation in strengthening public media in the countries of the European Neighbourhood. Leer ms

European Capitals of Culture

Evaluation report of Guimares and Maribor

The evaluation report considers the relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of both 2012 European Capitals of Culture (ECoC) throughout their "life-cycle"; from the preparation of their application, through the designation and development phase and up to the completion of their cultural programmes at the end of the title year.  Leer ms

Culture of wars

The Hungarian government may force the closure of the leading arts academies

Hungary has produced great artists, musicians, architects, film directors and writers. Some of them are still alive. The government wishes to cut them out of the heart of culture. Leer ms

A gradual rise in the use of the word "feel"

Language has become more individaulistic

A research team led by psychologist Patricia Greenfield found that more than 1.5 million American and British books published between 1800 and 2000, paying attention to word frequency and usage in comparison to cultural values. The increase and decrease of certain words reveals how society has responded to major historical shift and become more individualistic. Leer ms

The real upside of shopping on Amazon

10 Of The Most Expensive Artworks On Amazon Art

Amazon is working with more than 150 galleries and 4,500 artists to offer a wide variety of paintings, photographs and mixed media masterpieces to online shopping addicts everywhere. Leer ms

European Unions MEDIA programme

150 000 cinema-goers fans are expected in Locarno Film Festival

Nine films supported by the European Unions MEDIA programme for cinema will be screened at the 66th Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland (7-17 August). Five of the films are in competition and four will be shown in the 8 000 capacity Piazza Grande, one of the worlds largest open-air screens.  Leer ms

Religious wear in France

Numerous complaints from all sectors of university life in France

Frances official council promoting integration has struck a raw nerve by proposing that Muslim headscarves, already banned in the civil service and state-run schools, also be outlawed at the countrys universities.  Leer ms

The Art of Love and Leisure

Vermeer and the music at the National Gallery

The National Gallery in London offers until next 8th of September the chance to see the musical pastimes of the XVII century in the Netherlands. The exhibition that combines the art of Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) and his contemporaries with rare musical instruments , books of songs and live music. Leer ms

Coventry University telecoms virtual library goes onlineUKs telecoms history

Coventry University telecoms virtual library goes online

Coventry University help put an archive of the UKs weird and wonderful telecoms history online for the first time. Among the 500,000 files are pictures documenting the first 999 call and private royal telegrams. Leer ms

The worlds second most-widely-used language

Wert defends the Spanish language

Spains Education, Culture and Sports Ministry lobbied Thursday at the close of the annual meeting of directors of the Cervantes Institute for the creation of a common cultural market of the Spanish language.  Leer ms

Pope Francis concerned about youth unemploymentRoman Catholic World Youth Day

Pope Francis concerned about youth unemployment

Pope Francis returned Monday to South America on his first official trip since becoming pontiff said. He said that he was concerned about the future of an entire generation of youths unable to find work because of the global economic crisis.  Leer ms

1,462 billion of budget

The "Creative Europe" Programme will promote cultural initiatives in Europe

The "Creative Europe" Programme will be EUs main instrument to promote cultural and audiovisual initiatives in the Europe and beyond. Not only will it encourage creativity, it will also have a direct economic impact on growth and job creations. The overall budget of the programme is EUR 1,462 billion. Leer ms

16,000 registered members

Cafbabel a forum that crosses linguistic and national borders

Cafbabel was founded in 2001 by Erasmus exchange programme students. The idea was to cross linguistic and national borders in Europe by using the rising star of the internet as a vector of that expression. Leer ms

Sharing the spirit of Ramadan

Muslim students break Ramadan fast with homeless at University of London

Muslim students are inviting the homeless to join them in breaking their fast for Ramadan in the hope to challenge misconceptions about Islam. Leer ms

Results out now!

EU support for the translation of European literature

The programme grants 2.78 million to literary translation and will support the translation of these books into 26 different European languages. Leer ms

Equal access to culture for all European citizens

The European Parliament will boost easier licensing for EU-wide online music services

The proposal would make it easier for online music service providers to get licences and for musicians to get their royalties quicker. It should also ensure that everyone can benefit from a wide range of services regardless of the EU country they live in.  Leer ms

EUs Culture programme

The EU supports the translation of European literature

The European Commission programme grants 2.78 million to literary translation and will support the translation of 493 books into 26 different European languages. Leer ms

The most famous pianist in China

Li Yundi one of the top 10 most mentioned celebrities in social networks in China

In a recent press conference in Beijing, the Chinese pianist Yundi Li announced his most ambitious tour. The piano player will give recitals in 33 cities in China in August. With a total of 60,000 tickets on sale, this will be the biggest concert tour a classic artista has done in China. Leer ms

Talented Photographers

First Getty Images Portrait Prize

This prize will be a grant of $10,000 USD, awarded to one photographer, with less than five years experience in the field, based on their existing portraiture work. Leer ms

4th, 5th and 6th November in Brussels

European Culture Forum 2013

The Forum will bring together cultural policy makers, stakeholders, artists and cultural professionals, and will address some of the hottest topics for the sector at the moment. Leer ms
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