WHAT ARE EUROPEAN ALTERNATIVES TO GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK?
Digital Backyards | International Conference
October 18th-20th at Kunstquartier Bethanien | Berlin
Organizer: Berliner Gazette, http://berlinergazette.de/
Violence, Exploitation and Self-organization in the Cultural Work
Observations on the Workers' Inquiry initiative and the The Umpteenth Enemy Offensive debate
Saturday and Sunday, 5th and 6th November, 14h
Kontekst at local community
The “Students’ City” local community, 30 Narodnih heroja Street, 2nd floor, New Belgrade
From Creative Work to Creative City
Organisation: Kontekst Collective
In the frame of 52. October salon "It’s Time We Got To Know Each Other"
Cultural Center REX, Jevrejska 16, Belgrade
27th of October 2011, at 7PM
Temporary Services, but Permanent Artistic Practice
Brett Bloom in Cultural Center REX, Belgrade
Presentation and public talk with artist, writer and cultural worker Brett Bloom with Jelena Vesić, independent curator and art critic and Vladimir Jerić Vlidi, writer, media researcher and activist from Belgrade.
How can you be at home in an alien world?
November 2 - 3, 2011
9 AM - 11 PM
Art Always Has Its Consequences
Artists' Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, 1947-2009
26 September 2011, 18:00
Vizrakter, Fo utca 84., Budapest 1027
Why do artists write texts? When and why this genre was developed and what significance it gained in Easter-Europe in the last sixty years.Talk (in Hungarian) about the publication with artist Roza El-Hassan and art historian Sandor Hornyik. Moderator: Zsuzsa Laszlo, art theorist, one of editors.
THE LABOUR OF THE MULTITUDE? THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOCIAL CREATIVITY
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE FREE/SLOW UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
OPEN CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
list of confirmed speakers: Luc Boltanski, Neil Cummings, Diedrich Diederichsen, Matteo Pasquinelli, John Roberts, Gigi Roggero, Martha Rosler, Hito Steyerl
curatorial team of the conference: Michał Kozłowski, Agnieszka Kurant, Jan Sowa, Krystian Szadkowski, Kuba Szreder
Invitation to join the network (a series of events, reader, workshops, online debates, campaigns etc.)
Concept: Geert Lovink (Institute of Network Cultures/HvA, Amsterdam) and Korinna Patelis (Cyprus University of Technology, Lemasol)
Thanks to Marc Stumpel, Sabine Niederer, Vito Campanelli, Ned Rossiter, Michael Dieter, Oliver Leistert, Taina Bucher, Gabriella Coleman, Ulises Mejias, Anne Helmond, Lonneke van der Velden, Morgan Currie and Eric Kluitenberg for their input.
Thursday 14th July, Wood Quay Venue, Dublin
This one-day symposium Collaborative Change? - Commons, Networks, Exchange investigates emerging possibilities around collaboration, sharing and exchange and collective models of production, consumption, and ownership across a number of arts and non-arts fields.
In the engine room: working conditions for cultural workers, Meeting in the Cultural Center REX, Belgrade
Cultural Center Rex, Belgrade, Jevrejska 16
Sunday 26 June, 6 pm
Monday, 27 June, 7 pm
Cultural Center Rex invites you to a meeting, presentation and discussion with groups of cultural workers from Spain, Slovenia and Serbia. The common theme of the gathering, bringing together the Radical Education Collective, Workers' Inquiry Group and their Serbian colleagues, scheduled for Sunday and Monday evening at REX is the working conditions for cultural workers.
European Cultural Policies 2015: A Report with Scenarios on the Future of Public Funding for Contemporary Art in Europe
A collaboration between Iaspis, eipcp and åbäke
Maria Lind, Raimund Minichbauer (Ed.)
The exhibition "The Continuous Art Class" was presented within the "Parallel Chronologies – Invisible History of Exhibitions" - exhibition and symposium, which took place in May and June 2009, in the gallery Labor and Krétakör Bázis in Budapest.
Opening: May 20, 2009
Labor: 26 May – 13 June
Krétakör Bázis: 30 May – 13 June
Invisible History of Exhibitions, international symposium
Location: Krétakör Bázis, Budapest
Date: May 21 - 22, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Open Space, Open Systems invites submissions of idea-based curatorial proposals for the programme of 2012. Applications are reviewed by an international advisory board; no previous curatorial experience required. Submissions for solo exhibitions will not be reviewed.