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biennial

adjective Referring to or occurring every 2 years.
 
noun Any serial or periodical with a frequency of publication of every 2 years.

biennial

  1. occurring every two years.
  2. a plant that lives for two seasons (or years), germinating from seed and growing to maturity in the first season with food storage in swollen roots for overwintering. In the second season flowers, fruit and seeds are produced before death occurs. Such plants are herbaceous rather than woody, e.g. the Canterbury Bell (Campanula) and the carrot. See ANNUAL, PERENNIAL.
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Flamand set EJM 2 on Lyons National Opera Ballet, which hadn't participated in the biennial in eight years.
An in-charge auditor who obtained a large amount of biennial accounting and auditing CPE.
ZER01's 2010 01SJ Biennial programming is geared around the notion that artists can, and do, act as change-agents through the use of technologies in their artwork.
1, the 14th biennial will present its exhibitions in over 30 venues, with a focus on spaces along the Bosporus Strait, the ystanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (yKSV) said in a press release Wednesday.
This year's Biennial is part of the Cultural Programme around the International Festival for Business (IFB) 2014 For more information on the exhibition and all other events, visit www.
The unique installations on display at the recently opened Al Mureijah heritage site is witness to the fact that art is not only to be seen or heard, but to be felt: "The only other time I attempted to curate something similar was at the 7th Istanbul Biennial in 2001.
The biennial in its 3rd edition is being held under the theme aACAyRestart' and aims to shed light on the creative abilities of the child of the twenty-first century which combines modernity and cultural identity through different aspects of expressions.
Submissions will be judged by Biennial curators, Danielle Arnaud and Jordan Kaplan from commissioning group Parabola; Brendan Flanagan, Tatton Park and Visitor Economy Manager; Jocelyn McMillan, strategic commissioning officer for cultural services in Cheshire East; and an internally nominated Tatton Park member of staff.
This year's International Istanbul Biennial will showcase more than 120 art projects from around the world.
Starting in Guatemala in 1998, the Central American Biennial has touched down successively in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, and El Salvador.
Modelled on the Venice and Cairo Biennials, the Sharjah Biennial has not been afraid to build awareness of art in the UAE, and even experiment a little along the way.
A joint venture between the Malian Ministry of Culture and the Association Francaise d'Action Artistique (AFAA), partly funded by the European Union, the biennial performs two vital functions: It shows a greater quantity and variety of African photography than can be seen anywhere else, and it allows far-flung African artists, curators, and collectors to network.