Great media presentation surfaces! 🙂
17. Sarajevo Film Festival
As an accredited film professional @ SFF I had an opportunity to see Panorama program films curated by Howard Feinstein, film critic and its programmer. This time around he prepared a special tribute to Lucrecia Martel (Argentina) and presented a selection of her beautiful film works. Specially organized Q&A sessions enabled for an open conversation and friendly suggestions/recommendations by the filmmaker herself to the Sarajevo audience in the Meeting Point Cinema.
International Art Colony Pocitelj (47) July 14-22
The International Art Colony Pocitelj was established in 1964. The Association of Visual Artists of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the owner and founder of the Art Colony Pocitelj. Within the scope of its work, the Colony gathers artists from the whole country as well as from all over the world. In the area of an extraordinary beauty, miraculous environment and non-everyday creative atmosphere, the artists-painters, sculptors and print-makers get together, exchange experiences and make contacts.
The Colony had been devastated during the war (1992-1995), but with great efforts of the AVAB&H and understanding of the Government of the Federation of B&H it was renewed in 2003. Every first Sunday in the month of June artists and devotee of Pocitelj gather in the Colony Pocitelj at the traditional manifestation ”Cherry Sunday”. Throughout the year the Association organizes working colonies, which is of a great interest to the artists from all over the world.
Anale Crteza Bosne i Hercegovine – Mostar 2011
U organizaciji ULUBIHa u Centru za Kulturu grada Mostara 14. Jula je otvorena izlozba Anale Crteza Bosne i Hercegovine.
Alternative 3D printing by Markus Kayser – Solar Sinter Project
Thank to Isak Berbic, here is a very interesting link.
Memory revealed / narrative video workshop
INDIVIDUAL UTOPIAS NOW AND THEN –
Discontinuity of generation dialogue or what do we have in common?
Narrative video workshop
Zlatan Filipović & Vedran Rešidbegović
Working framework – narrative video workshop (brief):
In order to personalize the contexts of the narrative topics a kind of swot analysis will be applied as an individual and later a group activity. This is aimed at producing a platform of “what do we have in common?” terms and opinions that will then be utilized for production of audio‐visual responses in a form of short clips.
A matrix/database of clips will be created by workshop participants that will provide raw material for re‐mixing and creation of narrative structures that will
provide creative response to the raised question from, more specifically, the sub‐ title of the Project ‐ INDIVIDUAL UTOPIAS NOW AND THEN – Discontinuity of generation dialogue or what do we have in common?
In turn this will provide for two outcomes of this workshop: group project, a collection of video clips; Individual critical/re‐mix = memory revived response to the framework of the Project.
1. Adela Jušić, BH
2. Igor Bošnjak, BH
3. Marija Blizanac, BH
4. Naida Begović, BH
5. Lana Čmajčanin, BH
6. Gabor Ripli, SR
7. Marko Bokan, SR
8. Milan Jančirić, SR
9. Ana Daci, AL
10.Klodi Agostini, AL
11.Illir Kaso, AL
12.Sembie Gishto, AL
Roaming Images – workshop+exhibition
Maraya Art Centar, Al Qasba, Sharjah, UAE
This project is a collaboration with the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art of Greece and the 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale of Greece.
The workshop took place from 12-14 June 2011, 6-9PM at the Maraya Art Centre in Sharjah with participation of 10 invited artists and other scholars.
An exhibition followed on 22 June.
This is a first event of a project which aims to re-define, through the use of images, their relation of the cultural heritage of the Arabic peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean region. This traveling project, will open first during the Thessalonoki Biennale on 18 September 2011 and will travel to other places in the Middle East.
Roaming Images Workshop – record_v1 from zlatan filipovic on Vimeo.
A dear friend and artist.
International Experimentalfilm & Video Festival Zürich