Accademia di Romania in Rome with the support of the Romanian Embassy in the Italian Republic, in partnership with the Western University of Timișoara, they organized, on November 14, the opening of the "Emergenze" exhibition, an event that marks twenty years since the establishment of the Doctoral School in Arts within the University of West from Timisoara.
In this exhibition, open until December 14, 2023, PhD students Raluca Anghel, Ovidiu Batista, Mirela Cerbu, Sânziana Gheorghe, Uliana Gujuman, Ciprian Hord, Emanuela Andreea Hrițcu, Bogdan Matei participate with works of painting, graphics, sculpture and photography , Andrei Răzvan Neciu, Andrei Pituț, Alexandra Satmari, Mihai Toth, Mădălina Trofin and Bianca Tulea.
Mrs. Oana Boșca-Mălin, Deputy Director and Coordinator of Cultural Programs at the Accademia di Romania in Rome, took the floor at the opening, Prof. Univ. Dr. Adriana Lucaciu, Director of the Doctoral School in Arts, lect. university Dr. Andreea Lazea, curator of the exhibition, as well as representatives of the PhD student artists.
UVT rector, Marilen Gabriel Pirtea: "We are honored to carry out an international extension of the Timișoara 2023 – European Capital of Culture program through the exhibition dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Doctoral School in Arts at the Western University of Timișoara. We thank the partners from the Embassy of Romania in the Italian Republic and from the Accademia di Romania in Rome, with whom we offer Romanians in Italy and Italians passionate about the world of arts a rich illustration of the Timisoara art school."
The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania in the Italian Republic, in the Republic of Malta and in the Republic of San Marino, Gabriela Dancău: "In the year when Timișoara is a central landmark on the map of European culture, we are particularly happy and proud to offer the Italian public a sample of the creativity and talent of the young Timișoara artists from the Western University, in one of the reference cultural spaces, the Accademia di Romania. Culture remains an indispensable means for knowing a people, and the creations of Romanian artists exhibited this late autumn in the Italian capital undoubtedly contribute to knowing the Romanian people, with their own sensibilities and perspectives. Warm thanks to the management of the Western University of Timișoara for the exemplary collaboration, as well as to the talented students for the joy of sharing their own artistic vision with us, nurturing the hope to see them again in the future stages of their careers."
The event is part of the cultural program "At UVT, Culture is Capital!", included in the Cultural Program "Timișoara 2023 - European Capital of Culture", Oameni territory, Reflectiţi station, financed by the Municipality of Timișoara through the Project Center, co-financed by the Timiș County Council , through the TimCultura 2023 program.