Date: 22 September, 19:00h -20:00h Venue: OBA Amsterdam (Theatre, 6th floor), Oosterdokskade 143, 1011DL Amsterdam
Registration: Free entry. Registration is required (order your tickets here) Talk show with writers and thinkers on the Future of Living and the opening of the #EuropeReadr public reading space, with 27 books in 24 languages.

Programme:

19:00-20:00 debate on Future of living. With participation of sustainability expert Marieke Eyskoot, Slovenian writer Drago Jančar, writer of Czech Republic Marek Šindelka and Professor at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Georg Vrachliotis. The evening will be moderated by Rogier Elshout. Language: English On the 22nd we will as well wonder and celebrate the Future of Living Pavilion, built by the students of the TU Delft Faculty of Architecture, and installed in the Public library of Amsterdam (OBA). Europe Readr is bringing current social issues to readers around the world through a selection of literary works from across the European Union. Lithuania is represented by the book of Akvilė Kavaliauskaitė, The Bodies that is included in Europe Readr in original language and in English.

Be welcome on the 22nd. Please remember to register via the site of the OBA Open a book for a better future !


Organiser: EUNIC Netherlands with Litouws Cultureel Centrum The Europe Readr project: As its flagship cultural and promotional project, the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, in cooperation with the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC), has placed the reading of books from all European Union Member States at the center of both physical and digital public space. Twenty-seven literary works from across the EU, which are available to read on the Europe Readr platform until the end of the year, invite the readers of the world to evaluate, reflect, and talk about the past, the present, and the future of Europe. Read more:Europe Readr,FB, Instagram

More info about the project and partners in the Netherlands: in the attachment and EUNIC NetherlandsFB

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