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People, ideas, feelings, useful words, music, art, joys, unforgettable encounters … This is how the cultural event that took place recently, on July 21, 2022, at the Wood Art Museum in Kampulung Moldovinsk, can be defined, in brief, in the museum garden, In which two volumes were released, in the presence of a large audience: “I will love you, Lord …!” , by Artemisia Ignătescu, and “Nu stau niči clipa!” For Mircea Rotaru Schemegner, he works in a special sense for the Camplungo community.

It was a cultural celebration attended by dozens of book lovers, lovers of words and lovers of all that meant the indisputable dowry of a people generously imparted by writers such as Artemisia Ignătescu, journalist and historian of the time, and honorary unborn citizen of a municipality. Kampulung Moldovinsk. Clearly, with so much tenderness, with so much love for her places of origin and for the people of Bukovina, the author “weaves words with substance” in indestructible volumes for almost a century.

How not to love and appreciate such a human treasure! • “Two of the Most Important Persons in Campăulunga Cultural Life” The cultural event began with a welcome speech addressed to all participants “The Desires of Culture and Beauty” by the Director of the Museum of Wood Art Bogdan Stamatin. The official salute was for the mayor of Câmpulung Moldovenesc, engineer Mihăiță Negură, who also spoke from the perspective of a great lover, but also the originator of culture (as a painter). The writer Artemisia Ignătescu, surrounded by her loved ones and many bouquets of flowers, gave a good start to the entire cultural event, from the perspective of nearly a century dedicated to society and living in culture.

She welcomed the presence of the family from her hometown, Păltinoasa, from all the generous people who enriched her experience. Professor Dr. Lumenica Saran, Event Director, briefly introduced the two books, “Iubite-vom, Lord…”, by Artemisia Ignătescu, and “I don’t stay a moment!” , by Mircea Rotaru Schemegner, ‘Two of the Most Important Persons in the Cultural Life of Camplongo’, beginning with Mircea Rotaru’s statement: ‘Art is a wound that turns into light’. After that, there was a moment of silence for those who “passed the world”, but remained in the collective consciousness through the beauty of art: Mircea Rotaru, Georges Bodia, Konstantin Borboy, Drago Nesio, Vasily and Otilia Svargio, Filon Lucho, Simeon Todorian, Constantin Russo Bocovino , George Angoriano, Angel Bubba, Ion Mafty, Dan Pallady, Aurora Sarbo.

Artemisia Ignătescu, “a name as big as the sky”

Writer Elena Semyonovici, writer in Stavrofora, of Voronit Monastery, Honorary President of the Bukovinin Writers’ Association, presented “Inner and Spiritual Beauty of a Special Person, Artemisia Ignătescu”. We have been enriched by Professor Dr. Ion Phillipsiuk with his ‘live’ experiences about Mircea Rotaru, as a kind of ‘Umo-universal’, teacher, sculptor, painter, composer, filmmaker. Writer and librarian Luminița Ignea spoke of Artemisia Ignătescu as “a name as big as the sky”, “a mural of the contemporary Bukovina wall”, “a true song of man”.

Living fresco of contemporary Paradise Bukovina, the work of Mrs. Artemisia Ignitscu – a name as big as heaven – is about Luminica Igina, a member of the Bukovina Writers Association, said that the heroes of that era lived with benefit, whose name, face and work were immortalized by the aura reader. Likewise, Rev. D. The book also revealed the writer’s spiritual side as “a model of spiritual motherhood and Christian brotherhood,” the priest said. Dr. Elie Makar The current volume is also “intended to be a tribute to love, gratitude and appreciation to those who have achieved beautiful things in the city at the foot of Raru, sentiments were expressed, why not, in our name”, of campulungeni”.

Mircea Rotaru, a great lover of creation

The poet Sebastian (Seppi) Crăciun of Câmpulung Moldovenesc, who attended the event, said of Artemisia Ignătescu that “in the more than 90 years, 70 of her have stubbornly written in the media about the history of the city and Bukovina in general, and she does so because she is convinced that it will help the people, As in the centuries to come, to be proud of their place. He lived and made and wrote history and still thinks of posterity.” Marcella Tupperer, daughter of Mircea Rotaru, raised her father figure, as a great lover of creation. Cornell Berbulescu, recitation from the poetry of Mircea Rotaru.

We offer you some lines from the poem “The Roman” by the poet Mircea Rotaru: “The Roman does not believe in one life / Lives two and three or more / He loves to sing, he loves to listen, / He loves the sea and the mountain spruce / He loves the violin and the song of the game / He loves the song of the great whistle / And the fairy tale with explanations written more / Just read in peace on the clay screen, / And the silence of the forest, and the field with roses, / They bathed in the sun in a thousand colors, / He says from his heart and in Roman: / This is my country and you to live. The audience appreciated its creators through outstanding representatives: teacher and writer Alina Androhovići Loso, engineer Dr. Nikolai Marcel Flosia, head of the literary humorous accent “Tara de Sus” from Kampulung Moldovinsk, Professor Dr. Engineer Ion Barbo, Stavrovora D. Gabriella Platon, monastery of Voroni monastery, poet Gabriela Braha, Mihai Rotaru, younger brother of poet Mircea Rotaru, etc.

musical party. confessions. Open the doors to culture

The choir “Academica”, led by maestro Irina Maria Nega, gave a divine concert at dusk, which delighted the audience. Priest, teacher and educator Mihai Potzat evoked “human life, like a century of culture – Artemisia Ignătescu”. In the end, writer Artemisia Ignătescu, “the man who wrote the history of the Câmpulungului circuit, for nearly a century”, admitted that his writing represented “my desire to thank the Creator for all that I have achieved in all 94 years of my life. The life that I have…” .

The director of the Museum of Wood Art, Bogdan Stamatin, the event host, concluded the event by assuring attendees that “the cultural gates of the museum always remain open.”

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