On October 2-3, the National Palace joined the European Heritage Days! European Heritage Days are celebrated every autumn and are a set of events based on European values. 50 countries signatories to the European Cultural Convention are participating in European Heritage Days. The activities organized annually under the program are dedicated to various topics selected by the Council of Europe.
The theme of this year’s European Heritage Days is: Heritage and Education – Learning to Aging!
On October 2, an online lecture on “Education as a Right of everyone” was held at the National Palace as part of the European Heritage Days.
Speaker: Luka Bibineishvili, Teacher of Natural Sciences and Social Sciences of the National Palace.
On October 3, within the framework of the European Heritage Days, an exhibition of paintings and graphics created by students of the National Palace, Fine and Applied Arts was held.