PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE WEEK 2016

In May the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) celebrates the International Day of the Portuguese Language. Georgia obtained the status of Associate Observer of the CPLP in 2014, and this year the CPLP also commemorates its 20th Anniversary. For all of these reasons, the TSU CAMÕES – Portuguese Language Center at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University is organizing a week-long program (3rd through 7th May) with cultural activities ranging from conferences to film screenings and concerts.

EVERYONE IS INVITED!
[EVENTS IN ENGLISH | FREE ENTRANCE]

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Tuesday 3rd May
18:30 – FILM SCREENING of “Aniki Bóbó” (Manoel de Oliveira, 1942) | TSU Building I, room 217

Wednesday 4th May
18:00 – SUNG CONFERENCE “History of Fado” by Cátia Alhandra and José Alegre (Fad’Nu) | Portuguese Language Centre – TSU Building II, room 203

20:30 PORTUGUESE NIGHT | Bar – Event Centre Zoestan

Thursday 5th May
17:30 – Portuguese Language Day | TSU Event Hall
* FADO CONCERT – by Fad’Nu
* Portuguese WINE TASTING introduction by Frank Anthony Miller; sponsored by the Portuguese Honorary Consul in Georgia
* Official Reception

Friday 6th May
“Museums and Cultural Heritage from two European frontiers: Georgia and Portugal” presentation by Luís Raposo (Portuguese National Museum of Archaeology) | National Museum of Georgia Auditorium

Saturday 7th May
14:00 – CONFERENCE “The influences of Tupi and African languages on Brazilian Portuguese” by Rafael Silveira (University of Jena, Germany) | Portuguese Language Centre – TSU Building II, room 203

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