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4-8 April 2005 | Lodz |
The Exhibition's launch - Photo gallery:

           
  On the 4 th of April 2005 took place the opening of the interactive multimedia exhibition EuroLiteraTur in Lodz, Poland. Former industrial city, Lodz is nowadays an important European university center and the second Polish city in width. The modern spirit of a culture forced to exploit every possibility of expression recidivated here also, by providing the old factories with other functions and transforming them either in universities, or in museums and commercial centers. Thus, the EuroLiteraTur exhibition could enjoy a large space and a proper environment. Therefore, the Polish partner of the National Romanian Literature Museum is the Academy of Humanities and Economics, a new university whose hosting building is a former tailoring factory. The exhibition was opened in the "Patio" Gallery of the University, which works both as an exhibition space, and as location for creative workshops with the students of various Polish universities. Their works transform, anytime, this gallery into a museum space. Thus, the multimedia exhibition EuroLiteraTur was doubled by another exhibition, classical in both concept and exhibiting manner, Literature and the word . Therefore, two types of exhibition discourse were extraordinarily combined. Situated among the lecture halls, amphitheatres and the library, the Gallery always receives a huge flux of students, teachers and cultural personalities, who spend there most of their time. Nonetheless, as a result of the press signals, also elementary school pupils had already announced their presence, willing to visit EuroLiteraTur as soon as possible. In the official opening took part local personalities, and Joana Sczecinska, the head of the projects department of the host Academy. Although the exhibition was a success from all points of view, the opening unfolded solemnly and discretely, without the noisy presence of the press, due to an event which shattered the whole world: the irreplaceable loss of Pope John Paul II.
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