Refresh your knowledge of European history at the ‘100 Years of Latvia’s History in Cartoons’ exhibition.
From June 8 until the end of this year the Embassy of Latvia offers the public in various UK cities a great opportunity to refresh their knowledge of European history while finding out how the state of Latvia was born 100 years ago and about its journey up until today.
The project is part of Latvia’s Centenary celebration culture programme and has been created in cooperation with the Latvian National Library, with the participation of Honorary Consuls of Latvia and various organizations in the UK. Its goal is to create a dialogue about the differences in what each of us perceive as the true history through historical cartoons.
The exhibition presents a selection of political cartoons from the Latvian press, covering the entire 20th century right up to the present day. This chronicle of Latvia’s history also features historical events with international resonance: World War I, the interwar period, the Great Depression, World War II, the periods of occupation and related restrictions on freedom of expression, as well as the European Union and other contemporary political-economic subjects
Dates: 21st August 2018 – 3rd September 2018
Available to view on weekends: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Address: The Shed, Unit 51, Baltic Creative, 49 Jamaica Street, Liverpool L1 0AH