How did a small, dedicated team reach 70k viewers from 112 countries in 8 weeks? Learn from Jonathan Hollander, artistic director of NYC-based Battery Dance.
An introduction to the Chennai's Center for Soft Power's latest initiative, Chennai Soft Power 30, which documents Chennai's top-performers around the world.
Philip Parham, UK Ambassador to the UAE, highlights the importance of Cultural Diplomacy in the relationship between the U.K. and the United Arab Emirates.
This Week in PD, we share international news on soft power, film diplomacy, digital diplomacy and more.
South Korea will host a cultural event in Ankara on Friday to commemorate the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations with Turkey. Seoul’s Culture Ministry said that programs will include a hanbok fashion show, a taekwondo demonstration and traditional music and K-pop concerts. South Korea and Turkey’s national folk music groups will put on a joint performance.
For the next two weeks in Tbilisi, an exhibition will celebrate ties between Georgia and Japan in the field of ballet art through the legacy of famed 20th century dancer Vakhtang Chabukiani. Titled Japan and the Georgian Ballet, the display will mark the many decades of the cooperation with a focus on a 1974 series of master classes led by Chabukiani in Tokyo.
Sometimes, it feels like your life has come full circle. For Israeli choreographer Roy Assaf, it was like that when he danced in his piece "The Hill," which had its US premiere this summer at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts. "The Hill" takes its name and inspiration from Ammunition Hill, the site of a brutal battle during the Six-Day War in 1967 between Israel and several of its neighboring Arab countries.