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Project for george w bush street in tbilisi Caucasus
Posted July 24th, 2011 - 12:01 pm by from Tbilisi, Georgia (Permalink)
Hello dear people

My name is mika I was born in Tbilisi, Georgian ussr
and I am kind of planing to move Back to Georgia after chaotic nomadic vagabond life

Are some people interestd !!!
In The idea of opening kind of alternative leftist, squotsh, vegetarian, ecological, ethical,cultural, circus stile .....
libery cafe with film protections and philosophical debates and poetry soirees..

The address of this place would be On George W bush street
( the steer really exist and it's quote big)

And the idea bog idea would be to create an alternative street or neighborhood in Tbilisi in contrast to perovksaia and other streets

And this is quote cheep area
And the name of the street is just perfect for this in my opinion.

If interested contact
I will be very happy


For the moment Big hug from beautiful Bulgaria

Kare dere

http://hitchgathering.org/

I am Loving this region and Its people

Big hug

Posted July 26th, 2011 - 6:49 am by from Tbilisi, Georgia (Permalink)
i just contedted the the cs people in San FRan

lets see what will they answer





also some update for georian poroject



http://come.to/themovement



http://groups.google.com/group/tbilisi-social-center?pli=1



PROPOSAL FOR A PILOT PROJECT



The
International Cultural Centre of tbilisi ( or your city)



CONCEPT:

To create and put into operation a self-sustaining,
non-political multicultural centre in Tbilisi, Georgia which offers a variety
of non-commercial community-based services and activities focused on the
sharing of international multi-cultural knowledge and experience.

OBJECTIVE:

To provide:


the
venue for local persons and travellers alike to learn first-hand about the
differing cultures of the world
a
social gathering place for communication among students, artists and intellectuals
a
means and central location for the participation of both residents and visitors
in the cultural enhancement of the community

To promote:


cultural
diversity and education
the
sharing of international cultural knowledge through participation in enjoyable
and entertaining activities and services
higher
learning of varying cultural pursuits through conversation and exchange of
ideas in a safe and comfortable venue
the
fostering of creative thought and novel concepts for beneficial social programs

To offer:


culturally
relevant programs, services and entertainment events
helpful
resources to students and international travellers and immigrants
free
or low-cost activities aimed at sharing knowledge of individuals from varying
cultures
volunteer
participation in activities aimed at assisting society
information
and guidance in accessing other community services and resources






LOCATION and
VENUE:


The Centre will be located in an
easily accessible commercial space with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and decor in
the centre of Tbilisi, Georgia.

Strategically placed between Europe, the
Middle East and central Asia with its own interesting multiethnic history,
Tbilisi is the ideal location for people from the other countries to meet and
learn about each other and each other’s culture. Georgian society has long
encouraged and promoted higher learning and the pursuit of cultural awareness. The Georgian government is supportive of a
free-thinking and tolerant society, and encourages tourism through a liberal visa
policy for visitors from around the world.

[Insert LINKS
to internet pages on Georgia tourism, low-cost flights, trains, etc.]


PARTICIPANTS:

Staff:

Other than one or two
full-time employees who will operate the Centre on a day to day basis, the
Centre’s activities will be provided by volunteers or persons whose efforts are
funded by grants and/or charitable organizations. Funding for the staff will
also be provided by revenues generated from the low-cost services and events
offered with a view to being a completely self-sustainable organization.

Educators
(Volunteers):


Skilled educators will be
recruited to offer seminars, lead discussion groups and teach courses in the
arts and various other cultural activities. Volunteer activities will be
provided part-time either gratis or, where possible, paid for by government
grants or funding from international charitable organizations. Local businesses
may also contribute by providing their service to the Centre free of charge or
by offering free vouchers and discounts which may not only serve as member
benefits but also compensation for volunteers, while at the same time serving
as advertising for that local business.

As the Centre is intended
to be non-profit, volunteers will be an important component of the organization.
In the same way that distinct traditions of how things are best done are passed
down through generations, creating awareness of the traditions of other
cultures may benefit society by fostering beneficial cultural evolution and
change. Through open communication of ideas and the sharing of skills and
knowledge from diverse cultures, each volunteer may contribute in his or her
own way to multicultural awareness and social development.

Participants
& Visitors:


The Centre will be open to any person
interested in affordable learning of other cultures, although it is anticipated
that participants will largely be made up of travellers, students,
intellectuals and artists. Each visitor
to the Centre will be asked to sign in and will have the opportunity to become
a regular member for a small donation which will entitle him or her to various
free services and/or discounts.

SERVICES
& EVENTS:


The Centre will offer a diversified
range of free or low-cost activities from varying cultures, some of which will
be offered on an ongoing basis while others will be one-time or speciality
events. The specific services and events will be determined by both the needs
of the community and the skills which the Volunteers have to offer from time to
time. However, it is anticipated that
the Centre will offer at least some or all of the following:

Resources:


resources
for students, international travellers and immigrants such as free internet,
affordable translation services, hostel discounts
small
item and clothing swap shop
library
and book exchange
meeting
place cafe with designated game area (chess/backgammon, etc.)
a
central meeting area for philosophical and intercultural seminars and dialogues
bicycle
loan registry and self-repair shop
merchant
discounts
bulletin
board for advertising low-cost or free (couch surfing) accommodation and other
services
art
corner for rotating display of local artistic works

Activities:


art
classes (pottery, drawing, painting, etc.)
various
dance and music lessons
traditional
cooking classes
yoga
and meditation classes

Events:


traditional
dance performances
music
concerts
cinemateque
featuring international films
art
exhibitions
various
seminars and talks offered by local and/or visiting speakers

Posted August 1st, 2011 - 10:59 am from Beijing, China
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Posted August 5th, 2011 - 12:24 pm by from Tbilisi, Georgia (Permalink)
THANKS FOR THE REPLY SEMOLINA


I WILL LET YOU UPPDATED

I AM HAPPY THERE ARE ALREDY LOTS OF PEOPLE INTERSTED

MAYBE WE CAN GET SOME EU FOUND AND EVS PEOPLE
SO WE CAN BE TOTALY NON COMERCIAL

BIG HUG FROM FLORENCE


I WILL BE IN TBILISI IN FEW WEEKS


CIAO