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Natalija Miladinovic

Senses

Council of Europe

25.10 - 18.11.2022

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Bronze Sculpture

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The family

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Porte Bonheur

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Women in art for peace

Committee of Regions

Belgium

Recent Art residencies

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Art Residency Romania

Slanic Moldova

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Art Residency Hungary

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Women in Art for Peace

Europe's Art are proud to sponsor 'Women in Art for Peace'.

The Project raises awareness of the importance of women’s participation in peacebuilding and peacekeeping through a series of art exhibitions and events, designed to encourage female artists to participate in dialogue and exchange to promote peace and security.

Between 1992 and 2011, only 4% of signatories to peace agreements and less than 10% of negotiators at peace tables were women.

Studies have shown that when women's groups were able to effectively influence the process, a peace agreement was almost always reached and the agreement was more likely to be implemented.

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Europe's Art

Founded in 2015, Europe's Art organise and sponsor cultural events, festivals and art camps in order to develop and promote talented contemporary artists globally.

Europe's Art recent collaborations include the week long music and cultural festival 'Art Fest Moldova' held in the Republic of Moldova and the series of international art events 'Women in Art for Peace' enabling cross collaboration and cultural sharing between women artists.

 

Europe's Art regularly hold art and cultural exhibitions at prestigious venues including the European Commission, European Parliament, International Peace Institute, European Committee of Regions and the Council of Europe.