Once Again on Galaktion & Innes

Martina Nicolls, who was working in Georgia in 2010 for an American humanitarian company, wrote on 17 September...

Parliament 101: An Outsiders Guide to the Coming Elections

Even the most aloof visitor to Georgia can’t escape the mass of posters and billboards emblazoned with political candidates and party slogans...

The Nobels in Georgia: Oil, Pipelines & Geopolitics. Part II

In the 1870s, Russian industrialists Bunge and Palashkovsky began constructing the Baku-Astrakhan-Volga railway...

Tourism Revived amid Pandemic

AclassA Travelers, a well-known Israeli extreme and luxury travel company, organized a jeep tour in Oni and Lailash for Israelis...

Contemporary Film School Opens in Tbilisi

A new school of contemporary cinema has opened in Tbilisi...

INTERVIEW: Cecilia Zoppelletto, Director, Featured in GIFT 2016

International Art festival GIFT is ongoing. On November 7, at Amirani cinema...

Ministry of Culture Announces Contest for Projects to Participate in Venice Biennale

At a press conference held on November 8, at the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia announced a contest...

National Geographic: Georgia’s Davit Gareja Caves among Top 17 Most Beautiful Places

Georgia’s Davit Gareja Monastery was listed among top 17 the most beautiful places...

Spanish Guitarist Rafael Aguirre to Play at the Rustaveli Theater

Tonight renowned Spanish guitarist Rafael Aguirre...

Tbilisi to Host Cheese Festival on Sunday

This Sunday, November 6, Rose Square Tbilisi will host a Georgian cheese festival ...

Georgian National Museum in Focus of Instagram

The Georgian National Museum has just celebrated its first year...

Wonderland Retold in Paintings Made of Seeds and Stones

On October 28, at Georgian National Museum Simon Janashia Museum...

British Author Launches 3rd Translated YA Book in Georgia

The past weekend saw teens and adults around Tbilisi celebrating...

INTERVIEW: Zurab Nijaradze, Painter

Together with the BI Auction for Art, GEORGIA TODAY continues...