Difference between revisions of "Skopje"

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'''Initiatives''': [[La Colonie Volvox]] (*2002), [[Line]] (*2006), [[Metamorphosis]] (*1999), [[First Archi Brigade]], [[Kontrapunkt]] (*2001), [[Public ROOM]], [[Raspeani Skopjani]], [[Disphilharmonia]].
 
'''Initiatives''': [[La Colonie Volvox]] (*2002), [[Line]] (*2006), [[Metamorphosis]] (*1999), [[First Archi Brigade]], [[Kontrapunkt]] (*2001), [[Public ROOM]], [[Raspeani Skopjani]], [[Disphilharmonia]].
  
'''Festivals''': [[De:sonanz]] (*2010), [[SEAFair]] (1997-2002, 2011), [[Tiny Noise Festival]] (*2006).<br>
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'''Festivals''': [[De:sonanz]] (*2009), [[SEAFair]] (1997-2002, 2011), [[Tiny Noise Festival]] (*2006).<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Chain Reaction]] (2008), [[Baseline]] (*2006), [[Lineup]] (*2006),  [[Upgrade! Skopje]] (*2006).<br>
 
'''Events''': [[Chain Reaction]] (2008), [[Baseline]] (*2006), [[Lineup]] (*2006),  [[Upgrade! Skopje]] (*2006).<br>
 
'''Past events''': [[Sul Suono]] workshop (2007).
 
'''Past events''': [[Sul Suono]] workshop (2007).

Revision as of 20:13, 3 November 2014

Initiatives: La Colonie Volvox (*2002), Line (*2006), Metamorphosis (*1999), First Archi Brigade, Kontrapunkt (*2001), Public ROOM, Raspeani Skopjani, Disphilharmonia.

Festivals: De:sonanz (*2009), SEAFair (1997-2002, 2011), Tiny Noise Festival (*2006).
Events: Chain Reaction (2008), Baseline (*2006), Lineup (*2006), Upgrade! Skopje (*2006).
Past events: Sul Suono workshop (2007).

Spaces: CDA T-House (*2007), KIKA hacklab, Lokomotiva (*2003), Press to exit (*2002), Public ROOM, Tocka (*2002).

Media: Margina magazine, Disphilharmonia radio show.

Art workers: Aleksandar Baldazarski, Cveta Spasova, Damjan Cvetkov-Dimitrov, Elena Venjanovska, Ivana Dragsic, Jelena Trajkoska, Kire Trajkovski, Melentie Pandilovski (1963), Nina Georgieva, Sashe Puckovski, Suzana Milevska, Tino Sotirovski, Toni Dimitrov.


Cities
alternative base

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