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The Arts & Culture NYC Forum 2016

Arts and Culture NYC Forum 2016 Share on facebook Share on twitter The Arts & Culture NYC Forum is an annual gathering presented by Albanian Institute in collaboration with a network of New York City’s most ambitious arts and cultural institutions, governments, embassies, and

Normalities

Normalities – a group exhibition show starring artists Cäcilia BROWN, Nemanja CVIJANOVIC, Dusica DRAZIC, Flaka HALITI, Ibro HASANOVIC, Jelena JURESA, Jakob Lena KNEBL, Irena Lagator PEJOVIC, Armando LULAJ, Alban MUJA, Damir OCKO, Ana PRVACKI, Marusa SAGADIN, Saso STANOJKOVIK, Kerstin VON GABAIN.

Kosova: Beyond The Name

The Albanian Institute presents Artist Talk lecture series with the visual artist Alban Muja in conversation with Colin Huerter.

IdeasCity – New Museum

Albanian Institute in collaboration with Arte Institute and New Museum is proud to present “I will Play your Soul” interactive art performance at the IDEAS CITY Festival 2015.

Taulant Mehmeti: Jazz Duo 2015

Taulant Mehmeti, Kosovo born Albanian guitarist and a recent graduate from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music is a natural improviser, drawing upon the rich Balkan rhythms and gypsy music he grew up hearing and playing.

The Arts & Culture NYC Forum 2015

Directed by Dino Korca, the forum brings together a diverse range of speakers, artists and diplomats, and engages experts from across numerous fields, aiming to challenge old ideas, spark new ones, and catalyze potent partnerships across disciplines.

Film Bota – New York Premiere

The prime protagonist is Juli (Flonja Kodheli), a pensive young woman who divides her time between looking after her elderly great-aunt Noje (Tinka Kurti) in her crumbling apartment block and working at the cafe, which is owned by her cousin Benni (Artur Gorishti).

The Arts & Culture NYC Forum 2014

Great art and culture at its best, opens our imagination, develops a critical mind and helps us to understand and accept our differences. And although the impact of art and culture may not be easily measured, the lack of it, always can.