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Journalists Seek Intercultural Communication
16.11.2011 11:14
Journalists Seek Intercultural Communication

The sixth International Forum "Intercultural Dialogue" (Dialog Kultur) will be opened on November 21 in the State Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg. The forum will assemble young journalists from different countries: Russia, Scandinavia, Asia, states of Eastern and Western Europe.

      About 300 journalists of the Internet press will discuss the role of media industry in the intercultural communication.

      According to Ashot Dzhazoyan, the forum's organizer, Hermitage is specially chosen as a place of the event, as there are a lot of exhibits from different times and countries, which itself symbolize the intercultural dialogue. The forum is intended to become a "bridge" between Europe and Asia, a sort of cultural crossroad. 

      The forum's agenda is scheduled for three days. Within its framework there will be a cinema contest "Neighbors", an exhibition "Lomonosov and Elizabeth Time" and a presentation of new and leading Internet editions from Europe and Asia. There will also be traditional master-classes, round tables and creative workshops. Besides, there will be a special flashmob "Hermitage on Mobile Phones"

      The last day of the forum the representatives of TV stations will be able to shoot halls and Golden Ambries of the Hermitage museum. 

      The "Intercultural Dialogue" forum is organized by "Eurasia Media Center", the State Hermitage Museum, the International Confederation of the Journalistic Unions, the Union of Journalists of Russia and the International Academy of TV and Radio.  

      The official forum's site (English version is available)


Sources: Image: Eurasia-Media

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian press Russian journalists St. Petersburg   

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