Saturday, 27. October 2016 11:30 am - guided tour 12:30 – 2 pm - artist talk Krinzinger Projekte Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Vienna As a part of the exhibition Tomorrow Is Cancelled at Krinzinger Projekte (26 October – 6 November 2018), organized by 8 international curators in the framework of the residency program Curators’ Agenda: VIENNA 2018, we invite you to join us for an artist talk with Lisa Großkopf, one of the featured artist in the show. The talk will be led by Sania Galundia, one of the exhibition’s curators. A guided tour through the exhibition will precede the artist talk.   Artists Maximiliane Leni Armann / Nicoleta Auersperg /

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Symposium program 2nd and 3rd November, 2018 University of Applied Arts Vienna (Lichthof B) Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2 1010 Vienna The key note speakers of the panels are art historians, historians, political scientists and artists. After giving their presentations on relevant topics of their interest (15 minutes) the key note speakers will engage in a moderated panel-discussion talk for another 30 minutes, with additional 10 minutes for audience Q&A. The participants will exchange and compare their knowledge, experiences and convictions on the context, causes, the course and the aftermath of the influential tendencies in the art of the ’68, while emphasizing the

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Opening: 25 October 2018, 7 – 10pm KRINZINGER PROJEKTE Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Vienna, Austria Duration: 26 October –  6 November 2018 Wed – Fri: 3 – 7pm / Sat: 11 – 2pm   Artists: Maximiliane Leni Armann / Nicoleta Auersperg / Marie Yael Fidesser / Lisa Großkopf / Elizaveta Kapustina / Gašper Kunšič / Marlene Lahmer / Anna Lerchbaumer / Esther Martens / David Meran / Darja Shatalova / Peter Várnai.   Curators: Melody Chuan (Taiwan, 1984) / Camilla Cole (UK, 1985) / Jo Ferly (Guadeloupe, French Caribbean, 1970) / Sania Galundia (India, 1991) / John Kenneth Paranada (UK/Philippines, 1988) / Sayori Radda (UK/Austria, 1992) / Nina Rokvic (Australia, 1993) / Nia Tabakova (Bulgaria, 1983).   Tomorrow is Cancelled is the exhibition realized in

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“READ ACTIVELY” Friday, 3. August 2018, 9pm Summer cinema Korčula, Croatia   In a pleasant ambiance of the Korčula Summer Cinema on Friday, 3rd of August, starting at 9 pm, ŠUŠUR! Literature Festival in its seventh edition, entitled "READ ACTIVELY!", will remind the audience about the legacy of 1968 and the values we enjoy today, which are a result of a self-sacrifice and activistic actions of our predecessors. Half a century after this significant year, the invited guests of the Festival will talk about whether it is possible to influence contemporary society by writing, what are the implications

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ŠUŠUR! FESTIVAL OF WORDS 2017  6. - 7. August 2017, 21h Square in front of the St Mark’s Cathedral Korčula, Croatia   This years’ 6th edition of the ŠUŠUR! Festival of Words presented some of the most prominent authors coming from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia to the local and international audiences during the two festival evenings. Titled “Among Us”, this years’ Festival was dedicated to female authors and their position in the contemporary literary canon as well as the position of female characters in the contemporary narratives. The public program took place on the central

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CONFERENCE/EXHIBITION/FILM PROGRAM EUROPOLY, VIENNA #4 Past, Present and Future of the Balkan Migrations in Countries of Central and Western Europe   Exhibition opening: 14. December 2017, 7pm Europoly - The European Union Identity Trading Game by the artist Dejan Kaludjerović On view: 15. December 2017 ‒ 12. January 2018 Conference: 15. December 2017, 6pm 16. December 2017, 1pm Film program: 12. January 2018, 5pm   Volkskundemuseum Wien Laudongasse 15-19 1080 Wien   A fourth multidisciplinary event in the framework of the project EUROPOLY takes place in Vienna, realized in collaboration with four independent organisations – Krokodil (Serbia), Bijeli Val (Croatia), Crvena (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and BLOCKFREI (Austria). The intention of the project is to research and map the intense

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Tuesday, 21. November, 6:30pm KUNST HAUS WIEN Untere Weißgerberstraße 13 1030 Vienna, Austria   In the framework of the BLOCKFREI's residency for six international art critics Critics' Agenda: VIENNA 2017 a panel discussion will be held on the Role of Art Criticism. Organized in two consecutive panels lead by AICA France and AICA Austria prize winners Klaus Speidel and Christoph Chwatal, respectively, the discussion provides an insight into the residency program for international art critics Critics’ Agenda: VIENNA 2017 focusing on the participants’ reflections on art criticism and the larger field into which criticism

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CONFERENCE/EXHIBITION EUROPOLY, SARAJEVO #3   Past, Present and Future of the Balkan Migrations in Countries of Central and Western Europe   9. November 2017, 7pm Opening of the 6th OPEN UNIVERSITY SARAJEVO Exhibition opening: Europoly - The European Union Identity Trading Game Artist talk: Dejan Kaludjerović and Jelena Petrović History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zmaja od Bosne 6 71000 Sarajevo   A third multidisciplinary event in the framework of the project EUROPOLY takes place in Sarajevo, realized in collaboration with four independent organisations – Bijeli val (Croatia), Krokodil (Serbia), Crvena (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and BLOCKFREI (Austria). The intention of the project is to research and map the intense social, cultural and

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Opening: 24. October 2017, 7pm Krinzinger Projekte Schottenfeldgasse 45 1070 Vienna, Austria 24. October – 4. November 2017 Mon – Fri: 3 – 7pm / Sat: 11 – 2pm   Artists: Christina Romirer / Jeannine Jesch / Sarah Bechter / Sebastian Grande / Song Jing / Tina Kult / Verena Zangerle / Veronika Beringer / Živa Drvarič Curators: Bahar Ahu Sağın (Turkey) / Ilaria Goglia (Italy) / Ilethia Sharp (USA) / Lucia Galvez Chico (Mexico) / Malou Solfjeld (Denmark) / Michaela Bear (Australia) / Oleksandra Poliushkina (Ukraine) / Pedro Henrique de Melo (Brasil) / Tan Yue (China)

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CONFERENCE/EXHIBITION/FILM SCREENINGS EUROPOLY, ZAGREB #2   Past, Present and Future of the Balkan Migrations in Countries of Central and Western Europe Opening: 2. May 2017, 7pm 2. ‒  3. May, conference 2. ‒ 11. May, exhibition 4. ‒  6. May, film screenings Centre for Culture and Information (KIC) Preradovićeva 5 10000 Zagreb    A second multidisciplinary event in the framework of the project EUROPOLY takes place in Zagreb, realized in collaboration with four independent organisations – Bijeli val (Croatia), Krokodil (Serbia), Crvena (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and BLOCKFREI (Austria). The intention of the project is to research and map the intense social, cultural and artistic

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