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LITERARY RELATIONS – ONE OF THE BASES OF THE IDENTITY IN THE PROCCESS OF EUROPEANIZATION OF GEORGIA (19th CENTURY)
TAMAR SHARABIDZE
Ivane Javakhishili Tbilisi State University

In Georgia, the Europeanization process started from the 19th century. This process was expressed in returning to the Christian mentality, supported by the literary relations, formed in the country during this period.
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TO THE GENESIS OF MODERNIST MODELS IN GEORGIAN “CREATIVE SPACE”
TAMAR PAICHADZE
Ivane Javakhishili Tbilisi State University

The issue of integration of Avant-gardism with Georgian literature was periodically rising in the culturological studies but, on different stages, averaged approach was formed, characterized by dual position: positive and negative perception of the problem.
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MODERN GEORGIAN SOCIETY AND MUSICAL IDENTITY
RUSUDAN TSURTSUMIA
V. Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire

This paper is aimed at finding out what/which music helps modern Georgian society in self-identification and what is the social psychological basis of this phenomenon.
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ნეპის პერიოდის მოდა და ქართული კინოს ფსიქო-სოციალური მოდელი (ნაწილი II) | Print |
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ოლიკო ჟღენტი
ბათუმის ხელოვნების სასწავლო უნივერსიტეტი

ნეპის პერიოდის კინოში აქტიურდება ბულვარული რომანის, კრიმინალური და სენსაციური ქრონიკის მოტივები და სიუჟეტები: საბედისწერო ვნება, ტრფობა და დუელი, შურისძიება თუ მკვლელობა, ცოლ-ქმრული ღალატი (რევოლუციამდელი რუსული თუ ევროპული კინოს ეს ტრადიციული  პასაჟები ექსცენტრიკულად არის გათამაშებული ფილმში „ჩემი ბებია“).
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FASHION OF “NEP” PERIOD AND CULTURAL GUIDELINES OF GEORGIAN CINEMATOGRAPHY
OLIKO ZHGHENTI
Batumi Art Teaching University

The Cinematography of “NEP” (New Economic Policy) epoch (1921-1927), as the form of cultural memory, was rarely considered in the view of national identity. Therefore, it was hardly a subject of art historical research,
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BOOK ILLUMINATION: METAMORPHOSIS PAR EXCELLENCE? (MODERN GEORGIAN MINIATURE PAINTING: TRADITION AND IDENTITY)

NINO CHINCHARAULI
George Chubinashvili National Research Centre
for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation
Tbilisi State Academy of Arts

During the last decade, artistic phenomenon executed in miniature technique and style can be singled out. The miniaturists hardly introduce any stylistic innovations, basing their creative work, mainly, on medieval art.

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20th CENTURY GEORGIAN STAGE DESIGN: TRADITION AND INNOVATIVENESS
MARIANA OAKLEY
George Chubinashvili National Research
Centre for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation


The 20th century Georgian stage design occupies an important place not only in the history of Georgian art and theatre but also in the research of stage design in general.
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THE RESEARCH OF LINKS BETWEEN THE PROBLEM OF ETHNICAL IDENTITY AND CULTURAL INTEGRATION AMONG GEORGIAN ART AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION IN THE BEGINNING OF XX CENTURY
IRINE ABESADZE
Shota Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgian State University

The subject of approach to mental heritage of ethnical minority of Tbilisi has always been important for the politics of “The Association of Georgian Art Men”.
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CIVILISATION IDENTITY OF GEORGIA IN TERMS OF RETROSPECTIVE AND MODERN REALITY
EMZAR KAKHIDZE
Batumi State Maritime Academy

Georgian civilization was formed in the presence of ancient oriental hegemony, although our region has not become its organic part.
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THEATRE IN THE NONTHEATRICAL SPACE
KETEVAN SHAVGULIDZE
Tbilisi State Academy of Arts
Grigol Robakidze University
Ivane Javakhishili Tbilisi State University


“The idea of theatre is lost because it is content with the status of a spectator, an observer… Accordingly, indifference of the audience towards the theatre and interest in the cinema and music hall is understandable.” Antonin Artaud
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