On Saturday, July 7, 2018 in KUC TEKSTIL – SHTIP will be organized an event in which the textile workers and the work of KUC Textil from Stip will be discussed.
The event will start at 18:00 in the premises of KUC Textile and will unite 2 segments:
1. Lecture by Chiara Bonfiglioli (Italy) on “Red Strings: Structure of the Feeling of Textile Workers after Yugoslavia” and
2. Presentation of the strategic plan of the KUC Textile made by the association of citizens Glasen Tekstilec from Stip under the mentorship of Ivan Toromanovski. The Strategic Plan will be presented by Christina and Denis Ampevi. Read More
On June 5-6 the U.S. Embassy in cooperation with Министерство за култура, LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture and Македонска Филхармонија will host more than 70 arts managers of government cultural institutions and representatives from Macedonia’s major private and non-profit cultural institutions. The goal of the symposium is to advance and support the management, and governance of cultural institutions, discuss arts business strategy and strategic planning, and more.
Follow our social media for updates from the symposium, including interviews with some of the speakers. #ArtsSymposiumSkopje
Co-curating movement – curatorial meeting 4.06.2018- 9.06.2018
This event gather four performing arts curators Lydia Bell, Anastasia Proshutinskaya, Marijana Cvetkovic and Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski that will work on the development of the common future platform for curating, while also encountering local authors, organizations, students and other individuals through informal and formal meetings, presentations and lectures.
On 4th of June 2018, there will be a public event in which they will present their work, and art scenes in New York, Moscow and Belgrade, and on 7th June they will be holding a workshop as the part of the educational platform Arts/Politics/Institution/Body – Open Scene. Read More
WE BEGAN WALKING THERE WE HAVE BEEN
by Özlem Alkis and Maayan Danoch
Concept and choreography: Özlem Alkis, Maayan Danoch
Performance: Maayan Danoch, Ivan Mijacevic
Music: Ivan Mijacevic
Production: Özlem Alkış, Maayan Danoch
Co-production: tanz.tausch Festival
Supported by: Kunststiftung NRW, ZAIK and tanz.tausch Festival Read More
Publication: MODELLING PUBLIC SPACES IN CULTURE Rethinking Institutional Practices in Culture and Historical (Dis)continuities
The Publication “Modeling Public Space(s) in Culture” is a continuation to the Conference Modelling Public Space(s) in Culture organised in Skopje, Kino Kultura in October 2017. The Conference aimed to offer diverse thematic overview on “public space” as a physical location creating social ties and “public sphere” as the collection of attributes contributing to the formation of public discourse. At the conference, public spaces were reviewed and discussed through two different aspects: 1/Revisionism and production of the history of culture and institution and 2/Reflection on the need for new models of public spaces in culture. Read More
The performance SONIC EXTENSIONS is part of the program ::Art::Politics::Institution:: Body, organised by LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture
Concept, Choreography and Performance: Darko Dragičević, Martin
Sound Design: Daniel Massey
Voices: Jule Flierl, Siri Jøntvedt
A production by Darko Dragičević and Martin Sonderkamp
Supported by 3AM, Flutgraben eV. Berlin (DE), Quartier am Hafen, Cologne (DE), Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (DE), Goethe Institut Skopje Read More
“Locomotiva – Center for new initiatives in the arts and culture” -Skopje has the honor to organize the program “European Diploma in Project Management in Culture 2018/2019”, which will be held in the period from May 11 to May 20 in Ohrid , Struga and Skopje.
The European Diploma Program aims to foster cultural diversity and inter-regional trade. By enhancing the skills of cultural managers in the field of cultural management, the program seeks to develop the facilities and tools needed for cultural cooperation in Europe, thus raising Europe’s culture to a higher level. Read More