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Exhibition promoting EU Green Deal opens in Skopje

Following two exhibitions inspired by the pandemic, on the themes of turning boredom into creativity and on art as a way to escape from reality, the Residence of the EU Ambassador to North Macedonia is once again playing host for another display of art.


The exhibition, opened on 10 March by EU Ambassador, David Geer, and the First Lady, Elizabeta Gjorgjievska, is part of the EU Delegation to North Macedonia’s campaign to promote the goals – and the opportunities – of the European Green Deal. The Green Deal is about living, producing and meeting our needs at minimum cost for the planet and its resources. It is about tackling the consequences of climate change, saving biodiversity and making development sustainable.  


The artworks are by Ozbek Ayvaz, Maja Kirovska, Zoran Todovikj, Nenad Tonkin, Vana Uroshevikj, and Velimir Zhernovski, and were selected by the Skopje Acanthus Gallery. They include reflections on recycling – not only as a way to preserve resources, but also to stimulate creativity, and raise awareness of our dependence on nature, and nature’s healing power. The exhibition will be open for the public until 20 May. Visitors can reserve a time slot and free-of-charge tickets via the EU za Kultura Facebook page

Source:  EU Delegation to North Macedonia

Photo credits: EU Delegation to North Macedonia

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