The holographic and multiethnic history of Brãila project has been released
On Thursday, 28th May 2015, hour 09,00, at the head office of the Directorate for Strategies, Projects, Development Programmes, International Relationships – Brãila Municipality, Vapoarelor street, no 2, City of Brãila, took place the release of the project „The holographic and multiethnic history of Brãila”.
Maria Filotti, Piata Traian
The Multiethnical Holographic History of Brăila
This project wich will be implemented in nine months, aims at making holographic projections in the public space for the general public and the school-age population (target groups), on a decorated stage on the Danube Promenade, projections of short movies with historical and cultural content, movies which will be professionally documented and edited.
Brăila, cosmopolitan city that breathes history, promoted by holographic and cvasiholografic projections, in public
Brăila is considered the city of the 13 ethnic groups, with the passage of time the minorities losing their identity in the consciousness of the younger generations. Here, in the inter-war period the presence of the most numerous minorities in România was recorded. Turks, Jews, Roma, Lipovan-Russians, Bulgarians, Armenians, Greeks, Hungarians, Germans, Ukrainians, Polish, Albanians and Italians lived “in good friendship” with the Romanians settled here, each of them having their well-established place in the community, each of them writing in their own way a page in the history of Brăila.
The project benefits from a funding through a Grant provided by Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Government of Romania, within the programme PA17/RO13 – Promoting diversity in culture and art within the European cultural patrimony