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In connection to Ilia Chavchavadze 180th anniversary, Tbilisi Classic Gymnasium is planning to organize an anniversary week.
The celebratory week will be opened with exhibition “The history connects us with Ilia”, which is related to the two-century of Tbilisi Classic Gymnasium, and exhibits, unique manuscripts and personal belongings of Ilia Chavchavadze (desk, chair) preserved in the school museum will presented.
Within the framework of the week, lecture / discussions connected with public activity of Ilia Chavchavadze will also be held, where people known to public, successful people working in different fields, politicians, men of letters and writers will speak.
The Schedule of celebratory week:
November 7, 18:00 - The opening of exhibition “The history connects us with Ilia”- “Two-century history of Tbilisi Classic Gymnasium” dedicated to the anniversary of Ilia.
On the same day, the community of school graduates will be established that will further take care of development and strengthening of school. Among them are distinguished school graduates, politicians, writers and others.
The schedule of meetings:
November 8, 15:00 - “Ilia and Bank”
Speaker: Rati Amaglobeli - poet Mamuka Khazaradze - Chairman of the Supervisory Board of “TBC Bank”.
November 9, 15:00 - “Ilia and Development of Georgian Society”
Speaker: Gia Murghulia - Director of private school “Hamilton”.
November 10, 15:00 - “Ilia in art”
November 13, 15:00 - “Ilia and self-government”
Speaker: Gia Alibegashvili - Chairman of Tbilisi Sakrebulo.
November 14, 14:00 - “Ilia and agriculture”
Speaker: Davit Turashvili - writer.
November 15, 15:00- “Ilia and Society spreading Writing-Reading”
Speaker: Gia Sharvashidze – Rector of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
November 16, 15:00 - “Ilia and World Politics”
Speaker: Omar Gogiashvili - political scientist.
November 17, 15:00 - “Ilia- Forehead of Georgia”
Speaker: Tamaz Tkemaladze – Man of letter, Honored Journalist.
November 20, 15:00 - “Ilia and Publicism”
Speaker: Maia Ninidze - PhD of Philology.