7th BSEC Month of Culture
1-30 November 2023
Tbilisi is included in UNESCO Creative Cities Network for Media Arts (2021)!
In the Georgian city of Tbilisi, multifunctional libraries offer readers wide access to books and media, as well as spaces dedicated to meetings and individual workshops. Its libraries regularly hold different events, such as exhibitions and performances, in various locations around the city.
The city’s vision is to strengthen its cultural vibrancy through a holistic development approach, built on the creation of new infrastructure as well as the synergies between different creative fields including media arts.
Since 2022, Tbilisi Youth Hubs initiative by Tbilisi City Hall is under progress in order to create diverse hubs for information consulting, innovations, technology, photography, architecture and ecology hubs so as to sustainable urban development be enhanced. Moreover, multifunctional public space is going to be built on the outskirts of Tbilisi to ensure high accessibility to services, regardless of location.
As a Creative City of Media Arts, and in compliance with the common objective towards which the Network works -making creativity a lever for urban development and conceiving new solutions to tackle common challenges-, Tbilisi envisages raising public awareness on media arts, establishing creative hubs, supporting culture via the foundation of the organization ‘’Creative Tbilisi’’, making education accessible, inclusive and addressing educational disparity, as well as strengthening international cooperation via foreign residency programs, training, and events for artists and professionals.
Sources & photographs taken from: https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/tbilisi
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