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Opening of the exhibition "Light at the End of the Cable. Latvian Art in the Digital Era". 26.09.2016.
As a part of TÊTE-À-TÊTE 2016, the Latvian Railway History Museum hosts the exhibition, which is comprised of part of the State-owned portion of the collection of the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art.
Exhibition "Light at the End of the Cable. Latvian Art in the Digital Era"
In the Latvian Railway History Museum - the exhibition "Light at the End of the Cable. Latvian Art in the Digital Era", which is comprised of part of the State-owned portion of the collection of the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art.
An evening of creative collaboration between R.Pauls and E.Garanca - concert “White Hide-and-Seek”. 18.09.2016.
Composer Raimonds Pauls and opera singer Elīna Garanča met at the Latvian National Theatre for "White Hide-and-Seek" - one of the highlights of Boris and Ināra Teterev’s arts programme TÊTE-À-TÊTE 2016.
Rehearsal before an evening of creative collaboration of R.Pauls and E.Garanča “White Hide-and-Seek”. 17.09.2016
The Latvian National Theatre hosted a meeting between Elīna Garanča, Raimonds Pauls and philanthropist Inara Teterev, and journalists, during which those present had the chance to listen to the musical performance.
Opening of the season at Riga Russian Theatre and premieres of TÊTE-À-TÊTE. 09.09.2016.
In October, the Riga Russian Theatre will present two premieres under the auspices of TÊTE-À-TÊTE 2016 - production of Euripides’ “Medea” and Alla Sigalova’s adaptation of “To Love”.
Art in Public Space - together with children.
While sunny and warm days continue, visit the art objects of Riga together with children. Art objects are created under the auspices of the programme "Art in Public Space".
Annual festival of the Livonians in Mazirbe. 08.2015
Every year, in Maizrbe Liiv people gather to celebrate the Liiv Festival - with traditional songs, dances and performances. Also in 2015 such Festival took place.
For work done with a smile
The Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation particularly supports culture, education, community development projects, animal care and social assistance. Look how caricaturist Gatis Šļūka reflected projects implemented.
Deeds of community foundations. 15.06.2016.
Since 2012, Latvia’s community foundations have attracted EUR 1.2 million, making it possible to fulfil the aspirations of local residents in hundreds of towns and districts.