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Experience Georgian Culture April 5, 2019

  • Embassy of Georgia 1824 R Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20009 United States (map)

Georgian Center in partnership with the Embassy of Georgia invites you to attend the Georgian Culture Night, an annual celebration of Georgian culture in Washington, DC. Join us for a fun evening of entertainment, art, and Georgian wine.

Guests will be welcomed by the Ambassador of Georgia, H.E. David Bakradze. During the following Awards Ceremony, Georgian Center's President will recognize several individuals for their outstanding contributions to the promotion of Georgian Culture abroad.

Event Program

Part I

  • Georgian Folk Music by Mamuka Gogiberidze, Gvantsa Gogiberidze and Dato Maisuradze.

  • The stand-up comedy by George Bitadze.

  • Quiz with Prizes - "Who Knows Georgia the Best"

  • Georgian Center's "Awards of the Year"

  • Georgian Dance by DC Georgian Dance Studio 

Part II

  • Art Exhibition & Fundraising - by the established as well as emerging artists. 

  • Networking with artists, community leaders, guests and fans.

  • Tasting of famous Georgian wines, and unique Georgian dishes like Khachapuri. Light refreshments will be provided.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to Bebnisi School for children with special needs and rest will support the Georgian Center's mission of promoting Georgian culture in the United States.

Exhibitors: Nanuka Gogichaishvili, Tamar Mosulishvili, Levan Mosiashvili, Temur Chilaia, Gosha Dimitruk, Nino Utrugashvili, Nana Chikhladze, Ana Tkabladze

Georgian Dance: David Maisuradze,Lauren Marar, Ani Kandelaki, David Turasvhili, Gvantsa Turashvili, Thomas McEvoy Zafiropulos, Mamuka Gogiberidze, Gvanca Gogiberidze, Nino Kaviladze-Cepoi, Ketevan Migineishvili and Ana Tkabladze.

About us: The Georgian Center is a charitable 501 (c) (3) non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting Georgian culture, education, and innovation in the United States of America.The Center is not financially supported by any government and relies on contributions from the diaspora and friends of Georgia.