During ECLA’s Annual Conference, students developed projects dedicated to social entrepreneurship. Following presentations by the three competing teams, the winning project was announced on Friday. It proposed setting up a youth radio station in the Georgian district of Marneuli. It was conceived by Lika Tarkhan-Mouravi and Leah Whitman-Salkin and developed by Mariam Gagoshashvili, Firuza Ganieva,
Last week ECLA’s poetry lovers gathered once again in the Yellow House to enjoy each other’s company, good verse and some strawberries. This Poetry Night was dedicated to spring and the many different emotions it brings – hope, despair, resolution, impatience and pure joy. As usual, the readings were multilingual. Poems were read not only
Last weekend a small but enthusiastic group of ECLA students got off at Potsdam Hauptbahnhof planning to spend a sunny day visiting the town’s parks and palaces. Some of them had already visited Potsdam during the winter and were astonished by the changes brought about by spring. At this time of the year Potsdam is
Students who showed up for the acting workshop given by actor David Barlow last week, might have expected anything. But surely they didn’t expect that “VIEWPOINTS: a physical, dance-based approach to making theater” would involve two hours of simply… walking. Walking, running, stopping and sitting on the floor, trying not to bump into each other.