On 4th and 5th November, Lokomotiva- Center for New Initiatives in arts and culture, Skopje is organizing the first meeting of the European cooperation project named ACT: Art, Climate, Transition (ACT).
The main goal of this project is age of climate breakdown, mass extinction and unprecedented loss of biodiversity.
ACT is a European cooperation project aiming in bringing together arts, ecology and climate change, but also focus which must ﬁnd a connection to the interlinked issues of inequality, climate justice and urban ecologies Read More
3 November, Sunday 12:00-16:00 Kino Kultura
Feldenkrais method with Nevenka Koprivšek,
free entrance with announcement on firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is part of Kultrening 2019, part of the program line Together- socio-cultural activities for the wider society in the project space Kino Kultura, organized by Lokomotiva- Center for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture Read More
Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski today in Dijon will present her PhD Thesis “Theory of institutions and cultural policies for contemporary performative practices” nominated for the for the ENCATC Research Award.
The presentation is organised in the frame of 2019 ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy in Dijon 2-5 2019, dedicated on the subject of “Diversity and sustainability at work; Policies and practices from culture and education”. During the congress Tanurovska Kjulavkovski is also engaged as mentor in 2019 ENCATC Research Boot Camp – Governance
On 27 August, ENCATC, the leading European network on cultural management and policy, revealed the four finalists in the running for the 2019 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management:
– Annatina Aerne for her PhD “The Creation of a Public Sphere through a Network of Art Publics in Bogotá” obtained from the University of
St.Gallen in Switzerland;
– Karla Nunes Penna for her PhD “A critical autoethnographic study of context-related influences on cultural heritage preservation education
of World Heritage sites in Northeastern Brazil” obtained from Murdoch University in Australia;
– Minna Ruusuvirta for her PhD “Does sector matter? Plural characteristics and logics in third sector festival organisations” obtained from the
University of Jyväskylä in Finland;
– Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski for her PhD “Theory of institutions and cultural policies for contemporary performative practices” obtained
from the University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Serbia. Read More
Interactive Music Lab
electronic sound workshop and impro live session
Gebrüder Teichmann [Berlin] & Knton6 Trio [Skopje]
14-17 May/ workshop
17 May – 19.30h/ impro live session
Kino Kultura Read More
Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski from 6th till 9th of May, was part of the Naujasis Baltijos Šokis/New Baltic Dance Festival in Vilnius, Lithuania and meeting of GPS/ Global Practice Sharing Network.
This year the international dance festival “New Baltic Dance” for the 23rd time gathered international contemporary experts and producers from all over the world in Vilnius, Lithuania. Read More
Lokomotiva as a partner on the network Nomad Dance Academy is part of the grand international conference Network of Residencies in South-East Europe #NORSE – International Residency Conference in Southeast Europe, organized by the Nomad Dance Academy in Slovenia and the Urban Culture Center Kino Šiška with the support of the city of Ljubljana.
Welcome to DOCH Open Lectures series of spring 2019! Meet cultural worker and curator in performing arts, PhD from the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski.
We want to work here! Curatorial strategies – from speculation to intervention
USA (New York City, Ashville-North Carolina, Traverse City-Michigan)
4-14 November 2018
Follow up Art Symposium is continuation of the project Art Symposium, organized in June, 2018 by the U.S. Embassy in Macedonia in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of R. Macedonia and NGO Lokomotiva – Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture, which gathered as participants 76 cultural professionals – Macedonian arts managers from public and private (NGO) sector.
Violeta Kachakova presented the European projects of Lokomotiva – Jardin d’Europe (2007-2013) and Life Long Burning (2013-2018) as good practices of Macedonian cultural operators – supported in the EU Culture Program in the framework of the informative session on the use of European funds from the Creative Europe program.