May 25, 2016

cultural diplomacy

As Scotland’s contribution to the EU’s Month of Culture this May, the Scottish Affairs Office in Washington, DC organized a half-day conference on Cultural Diplomacy. This symposium explored how different countries can learn from each other and work together to enhance their presence in a cluttered diplomatic landscape.

NYU Washington, DC hosted experts from the UK, Peru and Sweden, who examined the role of culture in broader diplomatic objectives.


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Alicia B. Adams

Alicia B. Adams

Nick Cull

Nick Cull

Cecilia Z. Galarreta

Cecilia Z. Galarreta

Donnie Jack

Donnie Jack

Paul Smith

Paul Smith

Linda Zachrison

Linda Zachrison

EU Month of Culture

The fourth annual European Month of Culture takes place this year throughout the month of May at various venues in Washington, DC, including the National Gallery of Art, the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, The Library of Congress, The Phillips Collection, Catholic University of America, New York University, EU Embassies, and EU Cultural Institutes. The diverse cultures of the 28 European Union Member States are highlighted through musical performances, art exhibits, dance, film screenings, book readings, lectures, and workshops.


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This program was made possible through the collaborative efforts of these organizations