Where Art is emotion and excitement, not decoration. By Aneta Nedyalkova A Christian temple with an altar. Thermal blankets, those used for refugees, victims of terrorist attacks or frozen mountaineers, people in crisis. The blankets are the artist’s canvases, painted with over 10,000 figures, texts from the Bible and European poems. Voices of politicians come
Poetess Maria Laleva debuts as a screenwriter and producer. By Georgi Toshev The new Bulgarian feature film “Damascena” is expected to be among the most watched titles this winter in Bulgaria. It is entirely filmed with private resources and is based on a true story. The main character is a common boy, born and
We have a pleasure to present you a photo gallery with some moments of the live of the Bulgarian diaspora in Argentina. You can read the entire article in the IBA Blog.
The Story of the ancient martial art Ving Tsun Have you ever watched some new action movie in which the main or only weapon of the actors is martial arts? Were you watching and secretly dreaming of being a hero, defending yourself sharply from the blows the enemy, or making a deadly blow with just
Art Foundation ‘’Stoyan Kambarev’’, whose mission is to discover and support Bulgarian artists on the Bulgarian and international stage, organises second charity ball in London on November 18, 2018 at 7 pm – one of the most-expected Bulgarian cultural events, which got sold out within a week! The guests of the event will be personally
This is the philosophy of Youliana Antonova whose diplomatic career began in the early 1990s in Asia, where she was a cultural attache in Beijing and Tokyo. She went on to become a Minister Plenipotentiary and held other diplomatic specialist posts in Delhi and Dubrovnik. By Aneta Nedyalkova As a long-time diplomat married to a
The presentation of the book “Moshi, Moshi, Japan” by Youliana Antonova – Murata will take place at 7 pm on 8th November at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute, London. Yuliana Antonova has a successful career as a cultural attaché in Tokyo and a long-time Minister Plenipotentiary, and today she takes care of the promotion of the
It’s autumn, and besides the beautiful landscapes that are revealed before our eyes, there are still many occasions for joy during this time. Namely, the beginning of the season of artistic events. One of them is the new exhibition LET`S LOOK in the gallery of contemporary art – Sofia, located in Arena di Serdica hotel.
Australian writer Susan Mimram chooses Bulgaria for the plot of her latest work, Someone’s Listening. After spending some time in Bulgaria and discovering our rich history and culture, Susan wrote the story of a little girl and her family who face the harsh reality during the totalitarian regime in Bulgaria. Strongly influenced by the Bulgarian potential,
‘’We also gave something to the world …” These words are very often heard during celebrations of remarkable events from Bulgarian history and culture. Bulgaria ranks third in the world by number and variety of cultural-historical monuments. Seven civilizations have developed intensively throughout the last 4,000 years in today’s Bulgarian land. But do we really know