Public Lectures - Eqvtime Takaishvili

13 February 2014
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Georgian National Museum offers public lectures, dedicated to 150 anniversary of Ekvtime Takaishvili from February 7 to April, 3, 2014.

 

Calendar of Lecturers

 

February 7 - "The Life and Creativity of Ekvtime Takaishvili", Speaker: Dr. Merab Mikeladze, Doctor of Anthropology, Georgian National Museum.

February13 - "Old Georgian Monumental Painting and Its Guardians", Speaker: Dr. Nino Chikhladze, Curator of Monumental Painting, the GNM Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts.

On February, 20th - "Is Georgia homeland of cultural vine and corn?", Speaker: Doctor of biological sciences, paleo-botanist Nana Rusishvili, senior researcher of GNM, Otar Lordkipanidze Archaeological Research Center.

February 27 - "At the Beginning of the Civilization (from Neolith to Late Bronze Era)", Speaker: Zurab Makharadze, Head of the GNM Otar Lordkipanidze Archaeological Research Center.

March 6 - "Treasure from Vani Naqalaqari and Georgia at the Boundary of a New Era", Speaker: Prof. Dimitri Akhvlediani, Senior Researcher, the GNM, Otar Lordkipanidze Archaeological Research Center.

March 13 - "Ancient Tbilisi and the Result of Archaeological Research", Speaker: Professor Mikho Abramishvili, Curator of Georgian National Museum.

March 20 - "Artifacts from the Antique Period and their Connection with the Technology of Cloisonné Enamel of the Middle Ages", Speaker:Mr. Ermile Magradze, Conservator, Senior Researcher of the GNM, Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts.

March 27 - "Ancient Georgia and the Antique World", Speaker:  Dr. Darejan Kacharava, Conservator of the GNM Archaeological Department.

April 3 - "Archaeology of Georgia and Religious Beliefs before the  Adoption of Christianity", Speaker: Nino Lordkipanidze, Senior Researcher of Georgian National Museum.

Attendance is free.

The lectures will be delivered at 15:00 in Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia. Address: #3 Rustaveli Avenue.

Dr.Chikhladze will deliver her lecture in the exhebition hall of the GNM Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts. Address: #1, Gudiashvili Street