The first 2 parts of James Joyce’s Ulysses were published in Georgian in 1980s, while…
For decades, tourists have been asking: where do you go to look at contemporary art in Tbilisi? The answer is sad but concise: nowhere.
There is an opportunity here to apply these models across the Caucasus, take note of some of new approaches to the recording, preservation, and promotion of “traditional” music, and to heighten our understandings of the incredibly diverse and multifaceted musical cultures the region has to offer.
The people who care about contemporary arts have been awaiting a permanent venue for years and years now. Ideally, it would both showcase international trends and contribute to the local discourse in contemporary visual arts.