Archive for the ‘Events’ Category
Barrié Foundation inaugurated on Thursday, December 1, in Vigo, the exhibition Type in Motion, a sample of the Museum of design Zurich. The exhibition, the Foundation presented for the first time in Spain, can be seen until April 1, 2012.
Type in Motion, involved nearly 120 works of more than 80 designers, offers a comprehensive report on the important changes of communication and the media in the contemporary world and shows trends highlights in the area of the text in motion, for the first time through music videos, sequences of títulosde films and interactive three dimensional installations. Read the rest of this entry »
The Sierra Nevada ski station opened Saturday season 2011-12 with more 30 km skiable to the 26 provided initially through the work of stepped and conditioning made in the last hours by the technicians of winter enclosure, according to Europa Press sources reported of Cetursa Sierra Nevada.
It is anticipated the opening of tracks in the Borreguiles, vane (10 Red slopes, 8 blue and 11 green) and areas, for the first time in an opening day in the lagoon of mares, a contribution to the premiere of the season which has involved significant efforts on the staff of the station.
The ski area has thickness of between 20 centimeters and one meter, and that fallen snowfall in recent days in highland areas and the combined action of the production system of snow to complete the thickness on certain tracks will allow Sierra Nevada to open a ski length above the historical average of openings It is situated in the 10.2 miles. Read the rest of this entry »
2010-2011 Overview and Theme
Executive Seminars Overview
St. John’s College Executive Seminars aim to address fundamental questions of the human condition through a close reading and discussion of timeless great works of literature, philosophy, and political discourse. Faculty members, called tutors, meet with about 20 participants once a month for 90 minutes to discuss one of these enduring texts. The seminar discussion is exploratory; no previous knowledge of the author, text, or subject is required and participants refer only to books the group has read together. The tutors do not set an agenda of topics to be covered.
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