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We are Gibraltar's leading Travel Agents, established in 1973. We are a family run business and retain the 'personal' touch. Whatever your requirements, leisure or corporate, contact us and give us a try. Take advantage of all our special contract rates for worldwide flights, hotels, cruises, car rental, tours, excursions and transfers.....

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Little Constellation, Into the Rock of Gibraltar 
workshop and lectures
9th to 11th December 2012
Garrison Library, Gibraltar - UK
 
The Ministry of Culture of Gibraltar will be holding a series of workshops presented by the Little Constellation Network and sponsored by the Bonita Trust.
Little Constellation, an International Network dedicated to artistic research in the small States and micro-geo-cultural areas of Europe, is presenting, for the first time, an educational and relational project in the cultural context of Gibraltar. 
Into the Rock of Gibraltar is to be held at the Garrison Library of Gibraltar and will be divided into several phases, with the aim of fostering the development of debate and investigation into the contemporary arts in this very distinctive region.
International experts will speak on the debate around the issues at stake, in turn eliciting specific and unexpected contents reflecting the identity of the different regions of origin. Those present will include: the San Marino artists and curators who devised the project, Rita Canarezza & Pier Paolo Coro, the curator of Little Constellation Alessandro Castiglioni, the Gibraltan artists Gino Sanguinetti and Nina Danino, the Montenegrin curator and lecturer Svetlana Racanovic and the Icelandic artist and teacher Hekla Dogg Jonsdottir.
The workshops will deal with relations between the visual arts and geography, illustrating how some “best practices” related to these areas are irreplaceable instruments of knowledge: from the journey to the experience of diversity and that of getting lost.The final purpose is then to understand art as an instrument of knowledge of the world and not merely as an aesthetic detail of our everyday lives.
 
Little Constellation - Into the Rock of Gibraltar  workshops are promoted by the Government of Gibraltar, Ministry of Culture, Heritage, Youth & Sport, the Garrison Library and the Fine Arts Association, in collaboration with the Little Constellation Network Library and Archive, Social and Cultural Activities Office, Ministry of Education, Culture and University, Scientific Research, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities of the Republic of San Marino. They are sponsored by the Bonita Trust.
 
Finally, within this framework there will be the premiere presentation of The Land seen from the Sea, issued by Mousse Publishing, a book that brings together the results of the research, workshops and exhibitions curated by the Little Constellation network between 2011 and 2012 and which, among others, included participation and support by Gibraltar artists and institutions. The book is supported by: Ministry of Culture, Cyprus; Ministry of Sports, Culture, Heritage & Youth of Gibraltar; Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Cultural Affairs, Liechtenstein; Ministry of Culture, Montenegro; Embassy of Iceland in Brussels; Mudam, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg and Casino Luxembourg - Forum d’art contemporain, Luxembourg; Le Logoscope, Principality of Monaco; Museum of Contemporary Art Villa Croce, Genoa (I).
 
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