Difference between revisions of "Belgrade"

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'''Past initiatives''': [[Zadruga]].
 
'''Past initiatives''': [[Zadruga]].
  
'''Festivals''': [[Resonate]] (2011), [[SHARE conference]] (2011).<br>
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'''Festivals''': [[Make Me!]] (2011), [[Resonate]] (2011), [[SHARE conference]] (2011).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Dis-patch]] (2002-2010), [[Festival of Free Culture]] (2008).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Dis-patch]] (2002-2010), [[Festival of Free Culture]] (2008).<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Upgrade! Belgrade]] (*2006).<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Upgrade! Belgrade]] (*2006).<br>

Revision as of 20:51, 16 May 2011

Initiatives: Association of Electronic Media Artists in Serbia (*1991), Belgrade Circle (*1992), Chinch (*2002), skc student cultural center, TkH.
Past initiatives: Zadruga.

Festivals: Make Me! (2011), Resonate (2011), SHARE conference (2011).
Past festivals: Dis-patch (2002-2010), Festival of Free Culture (2008).
Events: Upgrade! Belgrade (*2006).
Past events: Eclectic Tech Carnival (2004), World-Information.Org (2003).

Media: Činč, Prelom magazine (*2001), Belgrade Circle publishing, TkH journal.

Spaces: Center for Cultural Decontamination (*1994), Dom omladine, Grad culture centre, Kontekst gallery (*2006), REX cultural centre (*1994), Skc, Zagor bookstore / gallery / venue.

Art workers: Bojana Romic, Dejan Sretenovic, Dragana Andjelic, Ješa Denegri (1936), Gordana Novakovic, Larisa Blasic, Luka Ivanovic (1981), Maja Ciric, Marcell Mars (1972), Miloš Tomić, Nataša Teofilović, Slobodan Jovanović, Slobodan Markovic, Thomas Köner (1965), Uros Petrevski, Zoran Erić (1968).


Cities
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Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb