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  • Weimar, Second day
    The silent masses who watched the inmates go to the death camp this can happen again if we do not learn from the facts of deceiving politics and mass ignorance to which none of us are immune today The afternoon began with a band rehearsal and the collecting of a local Belarus Ukrainian dance and music group from Jena Twenty one children and adults performed then in the railway museum amidst the locomotives of the past Children danced disco hip hop and traditional dances from their parents home lands The adults sang in a choir to the melody of an enchanting accordion masterly played and accompanied by traditional wooden spoons for percussive effects Kalinka echoes today in our ears The Weimarer group from Stellwerk Theater performed open air The turntable for locomotives was the set for the social theatre group which was a cry for more understanding of the youths dilemma today Parental expectations projected into young minds torment and cause depressive aggressive children When will they ever learn when will they ever learn A late coming troop of children from a Bavarian school on a school outing were nevertheless invited in to see the exhibitions and Uwe the railway

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  • Towards Mazieres de Touraine
    made and the water bottles food and the last bags stashed away for the journey We began the journey to France with a last view of Uwe standing between the locomotives bidding us farewell Through Uwe we thank all the team and slide out onto the road with our two vans and trailer full of artists and equipment Bob and Miguel take the first driving shift then Peter and Grzegorz then Judith and Philippe They get the worst of it almost four hours of traffic jams around Paris We had taken the detour route around Paris on the francilienne a road which by passes all the towns around Paris running on the South side from the A4 Paris Metz to the A13 Paris Rouen Bob and Miguel took over again and went as far as the route national 20 which took us away from further traffic jams and dropped South to Etampes and Orleans where we picked up the A10 Paris Bordeaux and headed for Tours The last five kilometres from Cinq Mars la Pile to Mazieres were being counted in its fragments of metres by Philippe who was beginning to be in dire need of a straight jacket to

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  • Towards Mazieres de Touraine
    were made and the water bottles food and the last bags stashed away for the journey We began the journey to France with a last view of Uwe standing between the locomotives bidding us farewell Through Uwe we thank all the team and slide out onto the road with our two vans and trailer full of artists and equipment Bob and Miguel take the first driving shift then Peter and Grzegorz then Judith and Philippe They get the worst of it almost four hours of traffic jams around Paris We had taken the detour route around Paris on the francilienne a road which by passes all the towns around Paris running on the South side from the A4 Paris Metz to the A13 Paris Rouen Bob and Miguel took over again and went as far as the route national 20 which took us away from further traffic jams and dropped South to Etampes and Orleans where we picked up the A10 Paris Bordeaux and headed for Tours The last five kilometres from Cinq Mars la Pile to Mazieres were being counted in its fragments of metres by Philippe who was beginning to be in dire need of a straight jacket

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=160%3Atowards-mazieres-de-touraine&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • Off Day
    in the exhibition making a really full house with a lot to see The band set up for a rehearsal in the middle of Patricks mega phones and his European speed car map Bekir set off to see his cousin in Orleans the Belarus are like the Irish you can find them everywhere The band needed time to get going because some of them were shown the wine cellars and poire reserves of their host families poire is the local drop of the pure Mon dieu quelle experience a bord de la Loire After a while the music swung into a good group effect and the reheaersals continued in a sobering but creative manner In between Grzegorz arrived and told of a new spiritual instrument he found at his hosts home we are all eager to see this messenger of the heavens sent to beget the hands of Grzegorz the Cosmic Echo Tomorrow We moved the equipment to the school cantine which is next to the stage being set up in the morning so we do not have far to carry material to and from the stage The bar tent and stage tent are set up and ready along with

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  • Off Day
    them in the exhibition making a really full house with a lot to see The band set up for a rehearsal in the middle of Patricks mega phones and his European speed car map Bekir set off to see his cousin in Orleans the Belarus are like the Irish you can find them everywhere The band needed time to get going because some of them were shown the wine cellars and poire reserves of their host families poire is the local drop of the pure Mon dieu quelle experience a bord de la Loire After a while the music swung into a good group effect and the reheaersals continued in a sobering but creative manner In between Grzegorz arrived and told of a new spiritual instrument he found at his hosts home we are all eager to see this messenger of the heavens sent to beget the hands of Grzegorz the Cosmic Echo Tomorrow We moved the equipment to the school cantine which is next to the stage being set up in the morning so we do not have far to carry material to and from the stage The bar tent and stage tent are set up and ready along

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=161%3Aoff-day&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • First Day, France
    the country and of course the white rose and red wines for lunch The school in Mazieres and from Cinq Mars la Pile and Langais two neighbouring towns had send children to participate in the workshops of not only Bekir Patrick and Robert but also a local wood carver a cooking session a person who made straw figures and the pirates a group of dedicated shanty singers who played old viking games with ther children on the street The Quatre Pieces de Huit four pieces of eight began to form some years ago out of friendship and love of French shanties Breton songs and Irish Breton music They came to this years festival with the intention to join in with the idea of the Culture Trail to share and participate with all the people visiting but also to be with the artists of the Trail Thiery the Mayor of Mazier used his tractor to bring in plenty of bales of hay for the pirates to build a tavern in the village a haven for adults and children alike and for all their Arrrr we ll get you on our boat scrubbing the decks and working the rigging and tackle everyone felt really safe there very un pirate like The afternoon was spent again with a lot of children and music The school cantine had been busy all morning preparing a lunch for all the children who sat on long tables under the protection of the tents and listened to some live music Meanwhile the Unbelievables spent some time rehearsing and the theatre prepared for their performance the next day The evening began with a French pop band called Bonamia Their music was light and dancy but well put together with nice lyrics and a good portion of world sounds making

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=162%3Afirst-day-france&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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  • First Day, France
    in the country and of course the white rose and red wines for lunch The school in Mazieres and from Cinq Mars la Pile and Langais two neighbouring towns had send children to participate in the workshops of not only Bekir Patrick and Robert but also a local wood carver a cooking session a person who made straw figures and the pirates a group of dedicated shanty singers who played old viking games with ther children on the street The Quatre Pieces de Huit four pieces of eight began to form some years ago out of friendship and love of French shanties Breton songs and Irish Breton music They came to this years festival with the intention to join in with the idea of the Culture Trail to share and participate with all the people visiting but also to be with the artists of the Trail Thiery the Mayor of Mazier used his tractor to bring in plenty of bales of hay for the pirates to build a tavern in the village a haven for adults and children alike and for all their Arrrr we ll get you on our boat scrubbing the decks and working the rigging and tackle everyone felt really safe there very un pirate like The afternoon was spent again with a lot of children and music The school cantine had been busy all morning preparing a lunch for all the children who sat on long tables under the protection of the tents and listened to some live music Meanwhile the Unbelievables spent some time rehearsing and the theatre prepared for their performance the next day The evening began with a French pop band called Bonamia Their music was light and dancy but well put together with nice lyrics and a good portion of world sounds

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=162%3Afirst-day-france&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • Second Day, France
    do what the other does they compliment each other through their respect and dedication their acceptance and deliverance to the other and because they communicate After the rounds were done the Vin d honeur began in the centre of the village publicly and deliberately The opening was officially transacted and the glasses lifted to toast the oncoming days events and the exhibitions Bob then discussed with all three mayors the issue of the Culture Trail continuation 2011 to which all three agreed to work on together to bring the artists to the schools and churches of all three communities The afternoon began to see a multitude of peolple arriving out of their houses in the village The older generation was there as well enjoying the revival of their village life as they knew it many many years ago before people could afford a car and travel quickly to the venues of the larger cities of Tours and Angers The concentration of events in the cities and the attraction to draw all the younger generation away from their villages has left desolate villages everywhere in Europe The result is that the villages have less and less communication and the older people have only the garden gossip and 200 TV channels to block out any personal creativity The truth is that the older generation has a lot to give if they had the chance to show something Their appreciation of the Culture Trail activities was written all over their faces and they had stayed the night before through all the rain and even through the rock concert Today they were to be thanked with a new programme under warm skies A short shower in the afternoon did not stop the show and the evening was blessed with a clear and sparkling sky

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