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.
Željko Badurina is the artist of the middle generation who has, in Croatian and regional context, been most fully engaged in dispatching his work on the internet’s social networks.
Complementing the idea of inclusive community promoted by the campaign Zagreb: Open City, Miron Milić created a new mural on the façade of a building in Vojnovićeva Street.
Various art practices choose isolated areas and marginal communities for their work, and islands turn out to be particularly interesting, especially in the context of tourism and art.
Rustom Bharucha, Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies, shares his views on interculturalism and the opportunity for developing an intercultural social centre in Zagreb.
The silent performance of Maria Diaz was, in fact, the loud message of Performance Art Festival: solution for social problems and political violence is in solidarity, action and protest.
The cultural education sector has not yet been defined or mapped, and it is impossible to precisely count the number of educational programs implemented in the field of culture.
"The most political thing you can do is just get someone to think", says filmaker and artist Deborah Stratman, jury member at the Festival of Experimental Film and Video 25FPS in Zagreb.
Important dimensions of future socio-cultural centers are cooperation opportunities between culture and different areas of civil society and improving the model of civil-public partnership.
On June 1st 2016 protests all over Croatia gathered more than 50 thousand citizens in support of the reform of the education system.
In Search of a New Sound : 1956-1984, Anthology of electroacoustic music from Croatia is a noteworthy piece of musical history by editor Višeslav Laboš.
Investigations against Krétakör Foundation correspond to a pattern and there is a substantial fear that the working conditions of CSOs will deteriorate further in the following years.
This essay is the “Preface” to An Oral History of Homosexuality in Croatia edited by Gordan Bosanac and Zvonimir Dobrović and published by Domino/Queer Zagreb.
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