Ramal Kazimov - Thinking Crazy
Tue, Sep 15
Sep 15, 6:00 PM – Dec 31, 10:00 PM
Ramal Kazimov, born in 1987, is an emerging Azerbaijani artist who works in Baki & Antwerp. He graduated from Azerbaijani State Academy of Arts & Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium. His expressively realist figures immediately and bluntly address imagery and issues that are taboo in Azerbaijan.
Tahmina Rafaella: "A Woman"
Thu, Sep 17
Daniel Guliyev: "Bastard" - Movie Premiere
Fri, Sep 11
Sep 11, 5:00 PM GMT+1
“Bastard,” is about a teenage boy growing up in a small village in the mountains where everyone knows each other. As an illegitimate child, he must come to terms with the outcast mother he loves and his own self-worth. The movie has been successfully presented on international film festivals.
How to Write a Job-Winning Resume in 2020
Fri, Sep 04
Sep 04, 5:00 PM GMT+1
Wonder how to write a job-winning resume in 2020? How to impress recruiters and also master an AI-friendly resume? What you should or shouldn’t include in your resume in the digital age? You can ask these and other questions to our HR experts from the leading industries and companies.
Eltaj Hasanova: What It Takes to Become Confident, Successful & Strong
Fri, Aug 28
Ayla Schmitt & Maharram Huseynov - The Art of Music: From Baki to the World Stage
Fri, Aug 07
Leyli Salayeva - An Award-Winning Writer & Poet
Fri, Aug 07
Aug 07, 5:00 PM GMT+1
Leyli has authored a children’s book Dilber and Her Spoonful Journey, two poetry books in English - Twelve Thirteen and Youtopia, and one poetry book in Russian – Anabioz. Youtopia received Honorable Mention at 2016 London Book Festival. Her works have been published in UK, Poland, Canada and USA.
Sayali Bahar - Bestselling & Scandalous Writer
Fri, Jul 17
Jul 17, 4:00 PM GMT+1
Sayali Bahar is a 26 years old Azerbaijani writer who published her first book at the age of 21. She is an author of 3 satirical novels in Russian about Azerbaijani youth and high society - "Aztagrambook: Instalove, InstaBaku" (2015), "Aztagrambook2", "Baku Virgin Diary".
Rufa Ahmadli: From a Traditional Family to the Most Liberal Metropolis
Sun, Jul 12
Standing For Small Businesses: How Community Can Help To Get Back to Business
Fri, Jun 19
Jun 19, 5:00 PM GMT+1
While the novel coronavirus hit small businesses harder and the sudden shutdown has created a full-blown crisis, one way of helping them to get back to business is community support. No doubt, small businesses benefit communities in many ways such as creating jobs, community identity, etc.
Working From Home Tips: How Major Tech Companies Stay Productive
Fri, May 29