Practitioners LAB podcasts are concluded by emphasising the importance of networking and knowledge exchange in persistence of civil initiatives.
Second in the series of Practitoners LAB podcasts focused on challenges and opportunities arising from developing community spaces.
Practitioners LAB in Zagreb gathered culture practitioners with a goal to exchange knowledge regarding public and community spaces in their local environments.
Curator Adam Szymczyk talks about his professional path and challenges, non-formal education and potential of contemporary exhibition concepts.
Stéphanie Lucien-Brun, a volunteer at Lyon's Laucaux Motiv' community center, talks about the concept of "third places" and the importance and challenges of collective management.
Martin Mikhail, a co-ordinator of community center RISC, talks about challenges they are facing, the importance of educational work and openness towards their local community.
Bioartist and researcher Margherita Pevere talks about biotechnology, the concept of leaky bodies and her new work Wombs, presented at Extravagant Bodies Festival.
Architect and activist Kike España talks about cultural and social centre La Casa Invisible and shares views on touristification, cultural and housing issues the city of Málaga is facing.
Shai Heredia, member of 25 FPS's Grand Jury, talks about the festival program she curated, the history of Indian experimental documentary film, her work and politics.
Members of Young Girl Reading group talk about reading as a feminist tactic, importance of online visibility and sensory aspects of performance as a medium.
Media theorist and internet critic Geert Lovink talks about the lock-in effect of social media and emancipatory potential of boredom, following his newest book Sad by Design.
Author of the documentary Free Lunch Society Christian Tod talks about unconditional basic income and the possibilities of portraying economic ideas through the medium of film.
Jeton Neziraj, playwright, dramaturg and the director of Priština's Qendra Multimedia, talks about Kosovo's contemporary cultural scene.
Under the moniker OJOBOCA, Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy practice Horrorism, a simulated method of inner and outer transformation.
Projects realised within the Corners platform call for an equal exchange of ideas between adults and children.
Rad portala Kulturpunkt.hr podržavaju: Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske; Grad Zagreb; Hrvatski audiovizualni centar;Fond za poticanje pluralizma i raznovrsnosti elektroničkih medija (AEM); Europska unija