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Kulturos barai 12/2008
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12/2008

Kulturos barai
 

Summary

Problemos ir idėjos

Almantas Samalavičius
Želdynai gelžbetonio gniaužtuose
Greenery in a cage of concrete

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Dainius Babilas
Kauno tvirtovės fortai: traukos priežastys ir neįvertinti pavojai
The forts of Kaunas Fortress: the causes of attraction and dangers of neglect

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Algirdas Grigaravičius
Kada susiprasime? Laiškas redakcijai
When will we understand? A letter to the editors
Audrius Daukša
Apie kultūrą, pasėlius ir psichozes
About culture, growth and psychosis

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Kazys Saja
Bedugnė
Abyss
Ramunė Marcinkevičiūtė
Buvau Hamletas: Skiriu visiems OKT spektaklio "Hamletas" aktoriams
I was Hamlet: The opus magnum of Shakespeare is a special artistic and personal challenge to any theatre director
Aušra Martišiūtė-Linartienė
Versmė'08: akistata su nacionaline dramaturgija
Versme 08': The SSGG of national playwriting
Kęstutis Šapoka
Jie mane klonavo: Eglės Kuckaitės kūrinių paroda
They cloned me: The exhibition of Eglė Kuckaitė's works
Helmutas Šabasevičius
Paroda kaip spektaklis: Dalios Mataitienės teatrinės vizijos
Exhibition as play: Theatrical visions of Dalia Mataitienė

Svajonės ir vaizduotė ne itin mėgsta tvarkaraščius
Su tapytoju Žygimantu Augustinu kalbasi Ramutė Rachlevičiūtė
Dreams and imagination do not really like timetables
Art critic Ramutė Rachlevičiūtė interviews painter Žygimantas Augustinas
Kristina Stančienė
Ką rodo kaimynų veidrodžiai: "Fojė: kalba ir erdvė pasienyje"
What clocks show: About the exhibition "Entrance: language and space at the borders"
Aleksandra Aleksandravičiūtė
Apie mitologinius protėvius
About mythological ancestors

Iš pasaulio ir į pasaulį

Almis Grybauskas
Centre arba Niekur
In the centre or nowhere
Ūla Tornau
Diskusijos apie architektūrą anapus statinių: Įspūdžiai iš XI Venecijos architektūros bienalės
Discussions about architecture beyond buildings: An overview of XI Venice architecture biennial out there: Architecture beyond building
Zecharia Plavin
Paliesti tiesą; Iš laiškų Edmundui Gedgaudui
To touch the truth; from the Letyters to Edmundas Gedgaudas

Literatūrinės perspektyvos: Šiaurės Airija

Matt McGuire
Spaudžiant ranką istorijai
Shaking the hand of history

Laikai ir žmonės

Laima Kalėdienė
Ištikimasis lietuvybės riteris: Apie kalbininką Aloyzą Vidugirį
Faithful knight of Lithuanianness: About distinguished Lithuanian linguist Aloyzas Vidugiris
Tomas Balkelis
DP stovyklų palikimas: lietuviai karo tremtiniai Vakaruose 1944-1945 m.
The legacy of DP camps: Lithuanian war exiles in the West in 1944-1945

Retrospektyva

Vytautas Berenis
Vincas Kudirka -- vienišas valios žmogus
Vincas Kudirka -- lonely man of will

Apie knygas

Vita Gruodytė
Apie Joną Aleksą, magiškumą ir kitką
About Jonas Aleksa, magic and other things

Knygų niekas nepakeis (6)
Nothing can replace books (6)
Albertas Ruzgas
Tarptautinių žodžių žodyno paraštėje
In the margins of a dictionary of international words

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Sibaritai frigidarijuje
Sybaritiēs in Frigidarium


 

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