An Intercultural project

what's in our name?

écarté

[ey-kahr-tey]

 

Origin
Early 19th century [French]: discard, going apart.

 

1. écarté:/ [adjective] discarded, isolated, distant, outlying, outspread, sundered. 
2. a ballet position in which the dancer extends one leg to the side, with the arm of the same side raised above the head and the other arm extended to the side. 
3. a card game for two players, originating in 19th-century France, according to which each player has the right to discard some of his cards in exchange for others before play can begin.



Our name represents our personal creed according to which art prevails over social isolation

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