The event will include fairs, exhibitions, book launches, films and traditional music.
The Romanian National Peasant Museum (MN?R) is hosting Sept 13 thru 23 the third edition of the “Days of the Peasant Museum”, according to a press release, an event consisting of fairs, exhibitions, book launches, films and traditional music.
The cultural event will make its debut with the opening of the exhibition “Picu Patrut – the great last European miniaturist”, at 18:00 hours, when a concert of religious music will also be performed by the Preludiu chamber choir conducted by Voicu Enachescu, and from 21.00 hours, in the museum patio, the venue for the closing performance of the independent theatre Festival.
Among the events part of the “Days of the Peasant Museum”, the “Fair of icon painters” “Boyar Fair”, opening of the exhibition ‘Recoveries, restitutions, restorations’, made possible by a cooperation with the Network of Village Ethnographic Collections and Museums in Romania, the exhibition ‘Portrait/Workshop Adriana Boerescu, Angela Ludosanu and Nicu Muntean’ and the public debate ‘Romanians’ Values and the media landscape’, host Vintila Mihailescu.
Also, at Carturesti, Wednesday, Sept 19, there will be held the launch of the poetry book ‘Ladder to the Sky’, by Carolina Ilica, and, at the Peasant Club, Friday, Sept 21, the launch of the cookbook ‘Tried dishes. Collected recipes’ by Georgeta Ro?u and illustrated by Horia Bernea in 1996.
Also part of the event, conferences, Romanian film projections, and concerts performed by Ada Milea and her guests, as well as Maria Raducanu, Raul Kusak – Adrian Naidin, Taraful ‘The Whistle-players of Dobrotesti’ (Gorj), ‘Fiddlers of Bicaz’, ‘Singers of Oas’, children’s programs etc.