Up to the Georgian Mountains & Down to the Countryside

In an attempt to promote the technological, medical and cultural development of China's countryside...

Building a Strong & United Nation: Learning from the Israeli Experience

I was 13 when my family took the fateful decision to make ‘Aliyah’ to Israel back in 1977...

An Egg Today? Or a Hen Tomorrow? Credit Regulations in Georgia

Around two years ago, ISET-PI published a blog article on the problem of over-indebtedness in Georgia...

On Innovation, Coffeehouses & Georgian Supras

By attracting professionals from different walks of life, coffeehouses offer a great space for (sober) intellectual exchanges...

50th Anniversary of Iosseliani’s Falling Leaves

On November 28, the Georgian National Museum Simon Janashia Museum...

BI Auction for Georgian Artists

It was Bengu Akcardak Kucuk and Ika Bokuchava’s idea to organize...

Iakob Nikoladze: From Rodin to Georgia

The Georgian National Museum Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery...

Georgian Artist Rusiko Chikvaidze’s New Artworks

With her paintings kept in museums and many private collections all over...

Rafael Aguirre in Tbilisi: Unexpected Things in a Predictable World

It was the most important classical guitar concert in Georgia in decades...

UNESCO Adds Georgian Alphabet to List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) adds Georgian alphabet to the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity...

Rustaveli Meets Shakespeare in London

On November 28, the Embassy of Georgia to the UK presented the evening 'Shakespeare and Rustaveli meet in London'...

GAU Tbilisi Celebrates Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day, a national holiday in the US and Canada, was originally...

Lithuanian Pulses of Creation at the Tbilisi History Museum

TBILISI — Between November 19 and 26, the Tbilisi History Museum...

UNICEF Literary Discussion: Social Issues in Modern Geo Art

A discussion as to what extent social issues and problems are reflected...