10
METROM Be Clockwise
Str. Carpaților Nr. 60

0744666289

Workshop of unconventional clocks and place of randezvous for makers, BeClockWise hosts artists and their creations and encourages them to make their ideas come true. Access - through Gate no.1 METROM (at the traffic light crossing with the church) - follow the first alley to the right and you will find us at the ground floor of the first building on your left.

#Soundcards by Fine Sounds

MULTIMEDIA


Tip eveniment
EXCLUSIV la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
11.10.2019 - 11.10.2019
Program
  • 19:01 - Deschidere
  • 00:01 - Inchidere
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We are proud to announce the First Year Anniversary of #Soundcards. A full year's body of work neatly summarized in one Special Bundle Pack - a collection of music coming from the artists directly to the listener. This is the result of the collective effort made possible by the Fine Sounds community in Brasov, Romania. What's the deal with #Soundcards? A Souncard is a physical support in the form of a classic postcard made into a innovative way to release local music. This project is aiming to revive an old means of communication and supports collaboration between musicians and graphic artists. If you've heard of us but never knew what we are all about, or maybe wanted to reach out but never knew how this is your chance to get in touch and come say "Hello!". Check us out at NAG, in Brasov, on 11 October in selected locations.

Above us only sky

ARTE PLASTICE


Tip eveniment
EXCLUSIV la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
11.10.2019 - 12.10.2019
Program
  • 19:25 - Deschidere
  • 03:30 - Inchidere

“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” ― Oscar Wilde The sky, as one of the most familiar landscapes of the human perspective, as a place and symbol of the highest aspirations and sometimes of the most frightening expectations is, at the same time, one of the most humane, but less interrogated, representations. For "sky" means nothing but the atmosphere, or the outer space of the Earth, as seen from below. This dome, this great arc that unites us, is at the same time an arc that divides us. Between those who only have the sky above their head, between those who have only heaven above or into their own heart, between those for whom the sky is the limit, and between those for whom it is not. For those of us who consciously choose what to put under their sky, choose to duplicate it, to recreate it, to contemplate it or simply lament it, the sky we share is a playground.