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Zagabria14>16.02_Culture, Commons and Institutional Innovation | Conferenza internazionale

Dal 14 al 16 febbraio il Teatro Valle Occupato sarà a Zagabria – insieme a Macao e Sale D.o.c.k.s. – per una  conferenza internazionale che discuterà la relazione tra cultura, commons e nuove istituzioni in tempi di crisi economica, politiche europee di austerità e privatizzazioni.

Un’occasione per raccontare una scena italiana agitata e rivitalizzata da spazi occupati, esperienze culturali autogestite e indipendenti, lotte di lavorat* della cultura, nuove produzioni artistiche, esperimenti di autogoverno e economie autogestite.

Nell’assenza totale di politiche culturali e delle istituzioni, la cultura in Italia OCCUPA, AUTOGOVERNA, RI-CREA IMMAGINAZIONE e SOCIALITA’.

Il meeting internazionale è parte di un programma di scambio tra attivisti, artisti e operatori supportato da European Cultural Foundation che quest’anno ha premiato il Teatro Valle Occupato e Teodor Celakoski di Pravo na Grad (Zagreb) come realtà più interessanti sul piano politico e artistico. Sull’esperienza di lotta di Pravo na Grad leggi l’articolo di Subversive Urbanism.

Prossimi appuntamenti: 18 marzo @Bruxelles per la premiazione//aprile @Teatro Valle Occupato (date da definire)

 

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Zagreb, February 14­>16, 2014

Conference

Culture, Commons and Institutional Innovation

Organized by: Alliance Operation City, Clubture Network, PravoNaGrad//Right to the City ­ Zagreb, and Kooperativa ­ Regional platform for Culture in collaboration with European Cultural Foundation and Heinrich Böll Stiftung ­ Croatia.

 

Friday, February 14
Pre­conference day
Journalists’ Association (Novinarski dom), Zagreb, Perkovčeva 2

 11.00­>14.00 :: Seminar: “Croatian Institutional Framework for  Culture: Models, Policies and Instruments
organized by Clubture Network
Sanjin Dragojević  (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science), Nina Obuljen Koržinek (Institute for Development and International Relations, Zagreb)

15:00>­18:00 :: Discussions (in regional languages): “Experiences and Prospects of Regional Collaboration
organized by Kooperativa and Clubture Network
moderator: Katarina Pavić
introduction:  Anela Bešo (Asociacija, Lubljana), Darka Radosavljević (Association Independent Culture Scene Serbia, Belgrade), Iskra Gešoska (Jadro Association, Skopje), Davor Mišković (Clubture Network, Zagreb), Dea Vidović (Kultura Nova Foundation, Zagreb)
discussion: Milica Pekić, Violeta Kačakova, Tomislav Medak, Meta Štular, Nataša Zavolovšek, Teodor Celakoski and others

zagreb4Saturday, Februray 15
Goethe Institute, Ulica grada Vukovara 64

10.00>¬12.30 :: Panel 1: “New Spaces for Culture and Institutional Innovation
organized by Operation City
moderator: Emina Višnić
introduction: Martina Borovac Pečarević (Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia), Katherine Watson (European Cultural Foundation, Amsterdam), Teodor Celakoski (Alliance Operation City, Zagreb)
contributions: Davor Mišković (Drugo more, Rijeka), Sanjin Dragojević (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science), Dea Vidović (Kultura Nova Foundation, Zagreb)

12.45>¬14.45 :: Panel 2: “Institutional Crisis and Prospect of Culture
organized by Operation City
moderator: Davor Mišković
introduction: Chris Torch (Intercult, Stockholm), Milena Dragičević Šešić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Dramatic Arts), Nina Obuljen Koržinek (Institute for Development and International Relations, Zagreb)
contribution: Mirko Petrić (University of Zadar, Department of Sociology), Maria Hlavajova (BAK, Utrecht)

zagreb516.00>18.30 :: Panel 3: “Reclaiming the Common(s): Contestation, Occupation, Institutionalization
organized by Operation City in collaboration with European Cultural Foundation and Heinrich Böll Stiftung ­ Croatia
moderator: Tomislav Tomašević
introduction: Federica Giardini (Teatro Valle Occupato, Roma), Emina Višnić (Pogon, Zagreb), Danijela Dolenec (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science)
contribution: Vedran Horvat (Heinrich Böll Stiftung ­ Croatia, Zagreb), Sylvia de Fanti/Ilenia Caleo (Teatro Valle Occupato, Rome), Emanuele Braga (Macao, Milan), Marco Baravalle (S.a.l.e., Venice), Đuro Capor (Srđ je naš, Dubrovnik), Goran Matić (Volim Pulu, Pula), Dušica Radojčić (Green Istria and Rojc, Pula), Bernard Ivčić (Green Action, Zagreb), Tomislav Domes (Right to the City, Zagreb)

Sunday, February 16
Journalists’ Association, Zagreb, Perkovčeva 2 (Novinarski dom)

 10:00>­13:00 :: Presentations and discussion: “Italian and Croatian Contestations”
organized by Right to the City ­ Zagreb
moderator: Teodor Celakoski
representatives of Teatro Valle Occupato, Rome; Macao, Milan; S.a.l.e., Venice; Srđ je naš, Dubrovnik; Volim Pulu, Pula; Right to the City, Zagreb
reflection: Maria Hlavajova (BAK, Utrecht)

zabreb7The conference is supported by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, National Foundation for Civil Society Development, City of Zagreb ­ City Office for Culture, Education and Sport

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