Between September 2021 and March 2022, at the “Danube Delta” Eco-Tourism Museum Center “Danube Delta” – 1, 14 Noiembrie Street, the public can watch the exhibition “Invasive species from Romania of interest to the EU”.
Organizer: “Gavrilă Simion” Eco-Museum Research Institute – Tulcea, in collaboration with the University of Bucharest and the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests.
What the organizers say:
“The exhibition brings to the public’s attention the issue of invasive or potentially invasive plant and animal species, reported in the country, which is also a problem at European level. The infographic materials, which present information on the origin of invasive species, routes of entry into national flora and fauna, invaded habitats and their impact on biodiversity, human health and economy, were developed within the project Adequate Management of Invasive Species in Romania, according with EU Regulation 1143/2014 on the prevention and management of the introduction and spread of invasive alien species, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through POIM 2014-2020. “
OCTOBER 2021. The Art Museum from Grigore Antipa Street, no. 2, invites visitors to contemplate the work “Man” – bronze, belonging to the sculpture collection, a work whose creator is Oscar Han (b. December 3, 1891, Bucharest – d. February 14, 1976, Bucharest).
”His contemporary and great poet Tudor Arghezi describes him in two words as appropriate as “lazy and brilliant”, and the painter Nicolae Tonitza, his colleague from the “Group of Four”, considers him the most daring, most expressive and at the same time, deeper in thought, among all our contemporary sculptors “,” our only sculptor of great and high vision “.” (Doina Păuleanu)
”Creator of portraits, figurative compositions, female nudes, monuments, Han gives his characters, without exception, through their athletic body, a monumental solemnity, an intrinsic heroism.” (Corina Teacă)