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“Sharing Future” Artist in Residence Scholarship

Residency Scholarship “Sharing Future” Each year the International Elias Canetti Society, with the support of the Danube Rectors' Conference (DRC), offers the opportunity for a scholarship in Ruse. Bulgaria - Artist in Residence Scholarship “Sharing Future”. It is aimed at artists from all over Europe and thus promotes international dialogue, artistic exchange More...

October 17th, 2020|

Bulgaria gave them strength

The purpose of the project Bulgaria gave them strength. 30 Jewish intellectuals of Bulgarian origin in the world history is to present the scientific, cultural and social achievements of our fellow countrymen of Jewish origin. Dedicated to one of the most significant events in more recent Bulgarian history - the 75th anniversary of the rescue More...

October 17th, 2020|

“I am silent as a grave” – reading from the collection of short stories by Yavor Tsanev

…Scattered fragments of the human kind. We exist in our invisible worlds. Bodies live a limited life, souls are their saving shores… (freely translated) Tsanev read from Snake and I am silent as a grave, two of the stories contained in the collection carrying the same title. The author started reading from his set More...

October 15th, 2020|

Reunion of the founders of the Austrian Library ‘Elias Canetti’ in Ruse

14.10. 2020, 10:30 a.m., at Canetti House Memories from the beginning, a walk in time, a speech by Elias Canetti at the Nobel Prize for Literature, read by Andrea Vike, Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to Bulgaria. An anniversary that rightfully takes up two whole days of More...

October 14th, 2020|

Carnevale Ensemble – a 70-minute concert program with Austrian music

Starting at 7 PM at Canetti House, Carnevale Ensemble with the orchestra of the State Opera Ruse played a 70-minute concert program with Austrian music. The concert featured Nadezhda Andreeva - flute, Nikola Zampis - oboe, Zdravko Saraliev - clarinet, Mila Ivanova - violin, Silvana Petkova - double bass. The program of the evening: o More...

October 13th, 2020|

‘Lost and found in translation’

The evening was dedicated to translation. Nevena Panova, secretary general of the Union of Bulgarian Translators, editor-in-chief of Panorama magazine and the publishing house of the same name as well as Emil Basat were guests at Canetti House. The latest issue of the magazine and the publishing house's production were presented, as well as the More...

October 12th, 2020|

Czech author Markéta Pilátová at the Literature Festival of Ruse

The 8th day of the Festival was dedicated to the Czech author Markéta Pilátová. Dr. Dimana Ivanova, together with the translator of the two books Denitsa Dabizheva, as well as the editor of the novel Yellow Eyes Lead to Home, Krassimir Prodanov, opened the event with a presentation of Pilátová's two novels: Yellow eyes lead More...

October 11th, 2020|

Cinema, but not only…

4 PM at Drama Theater Sava Ognyanov "Perhaps the psychoanalysis of films is nothing more than translating the traces that the film has left in us into our language to make them part of ourselves," says Prof. Andreas Hamburger. On Saturday at the festival we watched the South Korean Parasite - a film that won More...

October 10th, 2020|

Literature night 2020 – aftermath

The ninth edition of the Night in Ruse ended as impeccably as the previous one. Congratulations to all who received a book as a gift! Those who missed out on the opportunity, and those who succeeded, we invite you again next year! See some of the interesting moments from the reading nests in Ruse. More...

October 8th, 2020|

Polish evening at the Literature Festival Ruse

08.10.2020 - DAY SIXTH of the Festival opened with a documentary exhibition – The Treasures of Krakow of the International Cultural Center in Krakow, presented by the new director of the Polish Cultural Institute in Sofia, Anna Opalińska, together with Ms. Svetla Karanesheva (Program Department, translator).The program continued with readings from three of Olga Tokarczuk’s More...

October 7th, 2020|