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The AGERPRES National News Agency presented on Thursday the 'Romania: Evolution' photo exhibition, within the EMAN international conference, which takes place between 21-22 June at the Danubius University of Galati.
AGERPRES National News Agency Director General Alexandru Giboi told the audience about the importance of the AGERPRES project dedicated to the Centennial celebration, a project that includes the "Greater Union - Romania at 100" documentary, the 'Romania: Evolution' photo exhibition and the 'Romania: Evolution' album, a Special Edition for the Greater Union Centennial, that was appreciated by the attendees to the event. Moreover, he explained how the AGERPRES PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE is a testimony of Romania's evolution from the '20s, since the first images of the agency are dated.
Within the event, President of the Romanian Journalists Union MediaSind Cristi Godinac talked about re-launching the ReStart Project - for a quality journalism, a project implemented in partnership by the Danubius University, the SRJ MediaSind and the AGERPRES National News Agency, which aims to bring students into direct contact with the requirements of the journalist profession through actually participating in editorial activities.
Rector of the Danubius University PhD Associate Professor Andy Pusca mentioned the importance of the ReStart partnership and showed openness for new collaborations among the three partners.
The event was also attended by rectors and other representatives of universities around the world, such as: Stefan Schaltegger - the Leuphana University of Luneburg, Adriana Tiron Tudor - the Babes Bolyai University, Adrian Henriques - the Middlesex University, Francesca Manes Rossi - the University of Salerno.
The 'Romania: Evolution' photo exhibition includes images from AGERPRES National News Agency's historic archive, the best images illustrating Romania's evolution, taken over the past few years by the National News Agency's photojournalists, as well as images from the Associated Press agency, depicting great figures such as King Ferdinand I and Queen Maria, King Mihai I, Eugen Ionesco, Nadia Comaneci. The photos of AGERPRES' archive reflect the cultural - artistic, political and sports life of Romania, illustrating personalities such as Maria Tanase and George Enescu. At the same time, AGERPRES also made an album with the same title, a special edition for the Great Union Centennial, including 100 photos of Romania, grouped in three chapters: Archive, Revolution, and Evolution. The partners of the event were: the Associated Press, the Romanian Film Centennial, the Romanian Cultural Institute, Radio Guerrilla radio, Antena 3 private television station, Europa FM radio, Radio Romania and TVR national television station. AGERPRES (RO - author: R, editor: M; EN - author: Rodica State, editor: Adina Panaitescu)
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