We bring you a new series, the “FinnCultBlx Bookshelf” with Eeva-Maria Viitanen (Eppu), Our Head of Administration, as she reviews Finnish literature form the Institute bookshelves.
The first-ever Helsinki Book Club with Kriticos Mwansa was a great success, giving participants the space to share their feelings and thoughts on masculinity.
Marking the end of our EUNIC presidency, Chloé Chabannes-Delcourt writes about her time at EUNIC-Brussels and the Institute where she has just completed her internship.
EUNIC Brussels tackles all areas of art. Thanks to its multicultural network, it allows artists from all over the world – and especially from Europe, to join and share their gift with the public.
Kriticos Mwansa is a Belgian musician, currently studying Business Management and Marketing in Brussels. Kriticos was born in Zambia to Zambian-Greek and Tanzanian parents, and moved to Belgium at the age of 8. As a musician, Kriticos has made some significant career strives in East Africa with a recently released EP, and is now looking to branch out to the European market.