Monday, May 23, 2011

28 May 2011 - The Long Night of Science in Berlin


Dear friends:

It gives me great pleasure to invite to the following event of which I will also be part!

The Event: The Long Night of Science Event (Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften)
Time: May 28th, 2011 18:00-20:00
Location: Berlin, : Jacob- und- Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum
Address:  Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 1/3, Foyer.
Subway:  Friedrichstr.U-/S-Bahn

There is a beautiful stranger in the Department of Romance Languages in the Institute of Romance Languages at Humboldt University in Berlin.

She has a sister in France, one in Italy, one in Portugal, one in Spain and so one.
The stranger is not only beautiful, she also has style!
And she's waiting for you with joy in the Long Night of Science! Get to know this stranger, by attending this event.


16:00 and 21:00-  Dr. Maren Huberty- Lecture: The Romanian language in the context of Romance languages.

18:30: Dr. Tatiana Burghenn- Arsenie- Film- The Romanian Sacred Art and a  graphics exhibition.

19:00- The play: "Looking for Ideas for a Trip" presented by children from the Romanian School in Berlin.

20:00 Dr. Ioana Scherf- Introductory course in Romanian

Wine tasting of Romanian wines.

(Other appointments are  available on request).

We hope to see you in the maginificent location at Jacob- und- Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum on May 28th, 2011!

Here is the brochure in German:

 The bear representing Romania in the Buddy Baer Exhibition, painted by me, will  be featured in the presentation.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Two picto-poemes about Berlin published in "qarrtsiluni"

                                                      The drawing Knaackstrasse

I am thrilled to let you know that two picto-poems (drawings and poetry) created  by me and by the Canadian poet Irina Moga have appeared in the literary online magazine "qarrtsiluni" edited by Dave Bonta.

The two picto-poems are part of a series of drawings and poetry dedicated to the city of Berlin. 

Here is the link to the page, where you can also listen to the poems read by Irina and download the podcast:

I hope you enjoy them.