Virtual discussion on arts in the era of COVID-19 to be held

Society
erdenejargal@montsame.gov.mn
2021-04-14 15:23:59

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On April 16 at 7:00 PM ULAT, six “Mongolian Artists in Resilience” will engage in a free, virtual panel event to discuss how they have adapted and bridged gaps between them and their audiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.


The online discussion is the highlight and conclusion of “Mongolian Artists in Resilience: зургаан орон, зургаан уран бүтээлч, зургаан бүтээл,” a first-ever collaborative project with the Alliance Française, French Embassy, British Embassy, German Embassy, Goethe-Institut Mongolei, Japanese Embassy, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and U.S. Embassy.


Art galleries have closed, concerts have been cancelled, and audiences are staying home around the world. With COVID-19 increasing social distances, art is more important than ever. Artists of all artistic fields in Mongolia, as in many countries, have had to adapt to these new circumstances, and they have found creative ways to stay in touch with their audiences at home and abroad.


To showcase how Mongolian artists with many international connections work during these times, the Alliance Française, French Embassy, British Embassy, German Embassy, Goethe-Institut Mongolei, Japanese Embassy, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and U.S. Embassy have initiated the first-time, joint project: “Mongolian Artists in Resilience: зургаан орон, зургаан уран бүтээлч, зургаан бүтээл”. Leading up to the concluding virtual panel event, please join our Facebook pages on the following dates and enjoy videos highlighting each artist:


For the highlight and conclusion of the project, join “Mongolian Artists in Resilience” on Facebook Live, April 16 at 7:00 pm ULAT: https://www.facebook.com/events/478086556944796/

For more information, please visit the official facebook pages for the Alliance Française, French Embassy, British Embassy, German Embassy, Goethe-Institut Mongolei, Japanese Embassy, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and U.S. Embassy. 

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