Until 1921, rural communities used to form interest groups to deal with various issues.
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Opening: October 29, 19:00
Teamwork - for a Strong Village
Until 1921, rural communities used to form interest groups to deal with various issues. Labor unions were involved with the gathering of work force, whereas agricultural unions attempted the involvement of the people in processes of agricultural administration. Furthermore, civil-cultural unions were engaged in the initiation and development of cultural and educational services.
The Community Develo[pment Center (CDC) and the Center of Contemporary Art - Tbilisi (CCA-T) with cooperation of Civil Education Teachers Forum the Soviet Past Research Centre (SOVLAB), Non-Governmental Monitoring of Cultural Inheritance, and The Open Society Georgia Foundation introduce the project "Teamwork - for a strong Village". The project will represent the research concerning traditional communal unions, and its visualization will be published as well as exhibited at the "Caucasian House" on October 29, 2015.