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News about the project "365 damaskuswien":

>>> A progress report by Angelika Mathis
>>> Article on "volksgruppen.orf.at" by Helmut Kletzander
>>> Joseph Binder Award 2004: merit award for the book
>>> Article in the "Al Hayat" by Mohamad Kudr
>>> Article in "diemelange" by Karin Hofmann
>>> The distribution of the books has started!
>>> Article in the "Falter" by Nicole Scheyerer
>>> "The Twain Shall Meet" by Kurt Bracharz
>>> Book and project presentation at the "Angewandte"
>>> 1st price at the "Innovation Lab 2004" competition



27 /12/2004
"Ein kleiner Zwischenbericht" (A progress report)



Text by Angelika Mathis about the project, the distribution of the books in Austria and Damascus and future aspects of the project "365 damaskuswien".
(The article will also appear in the GÖAB Bulletin of the SAAR - the Society for Austro-Arab relations )
>>> read more about it (in German)
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22 /11/2004
"800 Bücher sind verteilt"



Article by Helmut Kletzander on "volksgruppen.orf.at" about the project "365 damaskuswien".
>>> read more about it (in German)
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08 /11/2004
Joseph Binder Award 2004:
Merit award for the book "365 damaskuswien"



Yesterday Angelika Mathis received a merit award for the design of the book "365 damaskuswien" at the Joseph Binder Award show, which took place at the MQ (Museumsquartier) in Vienna.
This internationally acknowledged design award is dedicated to the Austrian graphic designer Joseph Binder (1898-1972).
Under this year's topic "Graphic design and illustration" a record number of 589 works by graphic designers from all over the world were submitted.
>>> read more about the Binder Award (in German)
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02/11/2004
Article in the "AlHayat" by Mohamad Kudr



In the Al Hayat (one of the most recognised Arabic newspaper) an article about the distribution of the project books in Damascus was published.
>>> read more about it (in Arabic)
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07/10/2004
"365 Tage in Wien oder Damaskus?
Erweiterung des Horizonts" (365 days in Vienna or Damaskus - broadening of horizons)



Article by Karin Hofmann about the idea and the aims of the project "365 damaskuswien" in "diemelange".
>>> read the article (in German)
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25/09/2004
The distribution of the books has started!



A first report about the start of the distribution of the project books at two schools in Hohenems was published.
>>> read more about it (in German)
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29/08/2004
Article in the "Falter" by Nicole Scheyerer



In her column "Kunst Kurz" Nicole Scheyerer wrote about the project "365 damaskuswien".
>>> read the article (in German)
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29/08/2004
"The Twain Shall Meet" by Kurt Bracharz



Article about the project in the "Kultur - Zeitschrift für Kultur und Gesellschaft" (Culture - magazine for culture and society)
>>> read the article (in German)
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22 /06/2004
Book and project presentation at the "Angewandte":

On Tuesday, the 22nd of June 2004, the book presentation
took place in the "Aula" of the University of Applied Arts
in Vienna.

Here are some impressions of the event:
(photographs taken by Erfan Khalifa)





The head of the University of Applied Arts Dr. Gerald Bast,
the Syrian Ambassador Safwan Ghanem,
Prof. Dr. Christian Reder, Prof. Fons Hickmann
and the project leader Angelika Mathis talked about
different aspects of the project "365 damaskuswien".



Many people who participated in the project - as authors,
artists, translators, supporters etc. - were present.

















Thank you very much to Erfan Khalifa for the photography and to Stefanie Wuschitz for the filming during the presentation!

And thank you to everybody for your interest in the project!
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01/07/2003
1st price at the "Innovation Lab 2004" competition



The project "365 damaskuswien" was awarded with the
1st price at the competition "Innovation Lab 2004"
announced by the Austrian Council (Rat für Forschung
und Technologieentwicklung) and the Austrian radio
station FM4.
Innovative ideas by young people all over Austria were awarded at this contest.
>>> read more about it (in German)
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