Breaking up Stereotypes
Date: 04 March 2010 г.
Hour: 13:40 - 14:30
Breaking up stereotypes is a multimedia competition urging you
to seek the unperceivable,
to warp the cliche
and enjoy the adventure through uniting the arts
“music and photography”
“writing and music”
“music, writing and photography”
FOR “music and photography” submit three photos accompanied by personal music compositions or any other music or song of your choice.
FOR “text and music” be spontaneous in the brief space of a page and, maybe, a half. The music as best befits your mood.
“Writing, music and photography” unites the above two with the same passion and the same requirements.
THE FORMAT FOR ALL THREE IS EITHER A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OR A VIDEOCLIP.
REQUIRMENTS: DO SO THAT YOU ENJOY IT AND Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission: 21.02.2010e-mail For more information: email@example.com
Invitation: PTPI's European Conference will take place in Pécs, Hungary May 20-23
Unity and Diversity
PTPI is happy to once again visit the beautiful city of Pécs as location for our European Conference. This year the city is also the Culture Capital of Europe, which makes the city even more interesting. The program will have many different components.
Prior to the conference, PTPI's Budapest Hungary Chapter invites to a cultural program for up to three days in the Hungarian capital.
For young participants, PTPI's Pécs Hungary Student Chapter has prepared a youth meeting with theme about minorities in Pécs. After the meeting everybody will join for a goulash party with Hungarian music.
On Thursday afternoon, PTPI invites to a Colloquium: Interculturality – Unity in Diversity: an Enrichment for All. Participating will among others Mary Eisenhower President and CEO of PTPI.
The Opening Dinner will be enjoyed in Pezsgõ Ház in which we will enjoy Hungarian food and folklore. The unique atmosphere of the restaurant will ensure a continued good weekend.
During the Saturday Council meeting all chapters are encouraged to prepare for the chapter fair during which we will enjoy regional specialities from all over Europe (and some?).
For the Gala Dinner in Palatinus Hotel PTPI's Pécs Hungary Chapter has prepared Hungarian classical music. There will also be a good chance for us all to enjoy dancing in the beautiful Bartók Hall.
For Sunday all participants are invited to Orfû, which is a village in a valley of the Mecsek mountains. We will enjoy the nice scenery and a true treat for lunch at a traditional Csárda (garden restaurant).
PTPI's Veszprém and Pécs Hungarian Chapters offer homestay after the conference.
Participants: Members and non-members (any age group)
Dates: May 20-23, 2010
Deadline (early bird): April 20 (April 1)
Conference fee: 135 (105-120)
Grants and reduced fees: Available