Artistic solidarity at ZK/U Berlin // Magic carpets and the fact finding committee #03 The ZK/U – Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik is excited to introduce the artists and the programme as part of the second year of Magic Carpets – an international cultural platform. The platform connects thirteen art institutions in their […]Read More
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Evolution of art in Riga: from a weird, rare species, into a presence in your parking lot Sandra Lapkovska has worked at the New Theatre Institute of Latvia (NTIL) for a number of years as a producer, project coordinator, project assistant and now – as an emerging curator who has […]Read More
Award-winning european communities are open to creativity and understanding Communities involved in the 4-year project “MagiC Carpets”, funded by Creative Europe and led by Kaunas Biennial, have been nominated for the “Co-create & Comprehend” European community award, and the winners received a cash prize. The largest prize was awarded to […]Read More
The first year of MagiC Carpets: magic stories scattered around Europe MagiC Carpets is a four-year international project co-funded by Creative Europe. For the first time, a project of such scale is led by Lithuania and represented by Kaunas Biennial, the contemporary art festival. The platform connects local communities and […]Read More
An interview with Marco Jozić and Tatjana Mateša from Novo Kulturno Naselje (Serbia) Marco Jozić, the founder and project manager of Novo Kulturno Naselje association, and Tatjana Mateša, its art director, describe Novi Sad (Serbia) as a city of constant change. In this interview, they share their experience trying to […]Read More
An interview with Elis Unique from Prague Biennale Foundation (Czech Republic) Elis Unique, an emerging curator and coordinator in Prague Biennial, believes that contemporary art, which in this day and age reflects all types of political, social, ecological and other problems, can be interesting for everybody. In this interview, the […]Read More
An interview with Lotta Schäfer from the ZK/U – Center for Arts and Urbanistics (Germany) Lotta Schäfer, an emerging curator and coordinator of residency programmes at ZK/U, believes that sharing knowledge is very important and that artistic access to it may be very successful. In this interview, the emerging curator […]Read More