BE PART BE PART
9. 10., 10.00–21.00

BE PART: International Assembly II

In English and Slovenian 

The City of Women will host the second of four international assemblies taking place across Europe as part of the project Art Beyond Participation – BE PART (2019–2023). The assembly in Ljubljana includes several public events and a meeting of the ten project partners that will finalise a protocol on which a more equal (re)distribution of power between organisations, artists, and communities could be based in the art world and the cultural sector at large. The protocol will be written by the associates of the ten project partners and the Critical Network (Marwa Arsanios, Lotte van den Berg, Roland Gunst and Fanny Robles).

Programme:

Saturday, 9. 10.


10.00–11.00:
Protocol reading and contextualisation by Critical Network
Old Power Station
11.00–13.00:
Expert feedback by Alenka Pirman and Inga Remeta and discussion; moderated by Katja Kobolt
Old Power Station

15.00–18.00:
The Dreamers, workshop by Maja Hodošček
Old Power Station - Syndical Hall
15.00–18.00:
Catastrophe Blues II, performative conversation by the WoW Group; moderated by Marieke De Munck in Roise Goan
ŠD Tabor
19.00–20.10: Everything Is Alright, theatre performance directed by Nataša Živković
Ljubljana Puppet Theatre (LGL)
20.10–20.30:
Everything Is Alright, talk with the performance makers; moderated by Tea Hvala
Ljubljana Puppet Theatre (LGL)

Sunday, 10. 10.


15.00–18.00:
The Dreamers, workshop by Maja Hodošček
Old Power Station - Syndical Hall
15.00–18.00:
Catastrophe Blues II, performative conversation by the WoW Group; moderated by Marieke De Munck in Roise Goan
ŠD Tabor
18.00–19.00:
Catastrophe Blues II, talk with the WoW Group
ŠD Tabor
20.00–21.10:
UFO: Hommage to Katalin Ladik, performance by Irena Z. Tomažin and Jule Flierl
Španski borci

Monday, 11. 10.


15.00–18.00:
ATLAS, multimedia happening by the ATLAS Collective and talk with the collective; moderated by Teja Reba
Old Power Station

Organisation: City of Women as part of the European project BE PART co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union; in co-operation with Bunker – Old Power Station; supported by: Creative Europe, Ministry of Public Administration.

 

 

Video: Urša Bonelli Potokar, Tina Šulc