Jelgava, Latvia Sponsor|Curator
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We are living in the most cataclysmic times ever witnessed in history. The world is politically, culturally, physically, and socially changing at an astonishing rate and we find ourselves on the verge of the greatest explosion of information the world has ever seen. As the cultures of the world meet in “never to be turned back” global interdependence, we believe we are on the verge of a new renaissance in art, music, design, and fashion. ZO was born for such a time as this — our goal is to encourage the arts and to promote works of enlightenment, thought, and revelation through individual and collaborative creative productions among international artists.
Photo: 20th Ice Sculpture Festival – Jelgava by Uldis Zile (GI)
Jelgava is a city in central Latvia about 41 kilometres (25 miles) southwest of Riga (the capital) with 55,972 inhabitants (2019). Before the Second World War, Jelgava had regular, broad streets lined with the mansions of the Baltic German nobility who resided at the former capital of Courland. The old castle (1266) of the dukes of Courland, situated on an island in the river, was destroyed by Duke Biren, who had a spacious palace erected (1738–1772) by Bartolomeo Rastrelli at the bridge across the Lielupe. The future Louis XVIII sojourned in the palace between 1798 and 1800. It now functions as Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies. Other landmarks include the Baroque Church of St. Anne’s Church, the tower of the destroyed Jelgava St. Trinity Church, and two handsome structures: the Villa Medem and the Academia Petrina. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Jelgava regularly hosts an international Ice Sculpture festival, Student Folk Festival, Easter Walk, Latvian Plant Days, Business Days, Jelgava City Festival, Summer solstice in Jelgava, medicine market, International Cat Show “Jelgava Cat”, Sports Day, International Sand Sculpture Festival, Latvian Milk, Bread and Honey Festival and Milk Packet Boat Regatta, Beginning of the School Year, Metal Festival, Azemitologa Festival, Autumn fair ” Miķeļdienas waiting”, Latvian Amateur Theater Festival “Jokes come from the actor”, Student Days, Proclamation Day of the Republic of Latvia s celebrations, New Year’s Eve. —Wikipedia
Latvia remains one of the most ethnically diverse countries in Europe. —Adam Nemeth, Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW)
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Creativity is the ability to bring thought into existence.
ZO absolutely believes that everyone has a measure of creativity and that by applying it to every area of our lives, massive change is possible. We encourage all that we meet to reflect on these inner abilities and to develop creatively as much as you are able.
By supporting our efforts through this sponsorship campaign, you are allowing us to connect to more creative souls and we are thrilled to make all of these connections on the basis of our planet’s geography. We believe that this is a connection of the heart.
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