The panel was pleased to welcome Magda Stroe, Acting Director of Romanian Cultural Institute, who represented His Excellency Mr Dan Mihalache, Ambassador of Romania to the Court of St James’s.
The event, hosted by Mr Sagi Hartov, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of LCCA, and moderated by Andras Chiriliuc, International Relations Manager for GUS, was part of a series featuring participants from different domains of the creative arts. Artists, academics, patrons of the arts and cultural personalities come together in exclusive bi-monthly events, holding interactive discussions to explore the world of arts.
The panellists shared their insight on the role of education within the arts and how society relates to artworks in everyday life. The guests also discussed how the job market of tomorrow will be different and how it will affect art creators, curators and sellers.
Mr Hartov, commented: “We are pleased to introduce a new approach towards arts and culture which involves the community, along with academics and students. LCCA has always championed various aspects of art and I believe that our college will benefit from this new initiative.”
At the end of the panel session, Magda Stroe was presented an Honorary Fellowship by the London College of Contemporary Arts for the Ambassador of Romania to the Court of St James’s.