KULTRENING 2020 /online/ April/May/June :::
with Ivana Kocevska, Hristina Angelovska and Valentino Apostolovski
In this time of crisis, we have decided not to give up the opportunity to hold classes on contemporary dance techniques and movement research: KULTRENING, but to adapt them to the circumstances.
Therefore, in the following two months, our collaborators – dance artists, will hold online classes! Read More
DOCH – Stockholm University of the Arts, one of the partners of CURATING in CONTEXT project, in the period between 17 and 20 February 2020 in Stockholm organised and hosted two project activities Strategic group meeting and Learning Teaching Training programme.
17 and 18 February were dedicated to the meeting of the strategic group (Transnational project meeting activity), which is responsible for the overall programme and financial coordination of the project. Members of strategic group discussed the procedures of work, organisation, reporting and evaluation of the planed activates, models of communication among the partners and with the collaborators, audience and the media, and development of the plan and time frame of the following activities in the year 2020. The strategic grope was represented by Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski and Violeta Kachakova (Lokomotiva – Skopje), Goran Sergej Pristas and Tena Bosnjakovic (The Academy of Dramatic Art – Zagreb); Zoé Duflot and Gisela Müller (Tanzfabrik- Berlin) and Christofer Fredriksson, Kristine Slettevold and Martin Sonderkamp (DOCH – Stockholm). Read More
The second meeting of the project partners of European project ACT: Art, Climate, Transition – European was held in Rotterdam on the 10th and 11th of February.
The meeting was organised and hosted by Rotherham Theatre with participation of other project partners representatives: Art Admin/London, Bunker/Ljubljana, Culturgest/Lisbon, Kaai Theater/Brussels, COAL/Paris, Domino/Zagreb, Kampnagel/Hamburg, NTIL/Riga, Rotterdam Theatre/Rotterdam and Lokomotiva /Skopje. Read More
On 5th and 6th of February in the European House in Skopje, a seminar was held with the purpose of presenting the new EU program for support of the cultural cooperation in the Western Balkans, organized by the Department of Creative Europe within the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Northern Macedonia.
The focus of the seminar was the presentation of the new program for financing the cultural cooperation in the Western Balkans, presentation of successful projects of regional and European cooperation, presentation of cultural operators from the region, creation of opportunities for promotion of regional cultural cooperation, networking and establishing partnerships for creating quality and relevant projects that would apply to the program.
Violeta Kachakova participated in the seminar program and presented NOMAD Dance Academy – Regional Platform for Contemporary Performing Arts as an example of good regional cooperation practice, which has been continuously working for 15 years in the development of contemporary performing arts in the Balkans and beyond in Europe. Read More
Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski on GPS/Global Practice Sharing partner’s yearly meeting and events in New York
Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkvoski as a representative from Lokomotiva, from 8-12 January attended GPS/Global Practice Sharing yearly meeting and program GPS Chats event at Movement Research’s Courtyard Studio. Besides, she followed performances and met artists, managers and curators from USA with who discussed for future collaborations. Read More
Skopje was not on my inner landscape before 2017 when I first talked on Skype with Biljana Tanurovska. I was preparing the „European Summit – Art, Politics and the Institution“ that Zeitraumexit and Jan Philip Possmann had invited me to organize in September 2017. Read More
Once again, Skopje feels so easy to comprehend. I have never spent a lot of time there and in fact, don’t know the city well. Like in many other places I’ve been to, I’m incapable of finding my way and have on my mental map only very few references of local places and faces to feel connected to. In fact, in reality, it is just one of those places that a conference or a festival brings me to for two or three days, on very rare occasions. Read More