AwarEU: Getting to know the EU in a different way

Cagliari NaufragioThe Division of Communications, Media and Culture invites you to a screening of a music recital ‘Europe: What a Passion!’ at the Smith Art Gallery & Museum, Stirling on Saturday, 24 November 2018 at 7pm. The recital, narrating the history of the European Union since World War II to current crisis and unpredictable future, will be followed by an introduction of Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) on contemporary European issues and discussion.
‘Europe: what a Passion!’ is a lively and innovative recital show (by Daniela Martinelli and Francesco Pigozzo with Paolo Barillari and Michela Ciusani) narrating the history of European integration. It engages spectators in the tale of a little known, yet all-important part of their own story, whose further development weighs heavily on our future and depends on our choices. A storyteller links twelve European well-known songs, as if they were twelve milestones in a long, turbulent and vital love story. Accompanied by figurative texts and graphics, the singing path allows the audience to recall specific atmospheres of the last 70 years and brings out Paolo Barillari’s singing and Davide Magnabosco’s piano playing talents.
The music recital and the VLE are part of an Erasmus + AwarEU Project – a multilingual education initiative set up to promote democratic values, intercultural understanding and active citizenship.
Under the leadership of International Centre for European and Global Governance (CesEU), Italy, other partners of AwarEU project besides the University of Stirling include Jacques Delors Institute, the University of Aston, University Institute for European Studies of the San Pablo, Lisbon Nova Law School and Centro de Informação Europeia Jacques Delors – Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros.
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Join us for entertaining and informative evening, telling a story of the European Union in a different way!
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