Curating in Context Summer School comes to an end after a riveting and thought-provoking three weeks.
Lectures and discussions were hosted by:
Silke Bake (Germany), Goran Pavlić (Croatia), Lydia Bell (USA), Anastasia Proshutinskaya (Russia), Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris (Sweden), Martin Sonderkamp (Germany / Sweden), Tove Salmgren (Sweden), Marijana Cvetković (Serbia), Rok Vevar (Slovenia), Jasna Jasna Žmak (Croatia), Jasmina Zaloznik (Slovenia), Nikolina Pristaš (Croatia), Anna Effermson (Sweden), Maria de la Paz Ponce (Germany), Darko Dragicević (Serbia/Germany), Dragana Alfirević(Serbia/Slovenia), Mariana Valencia (USA), Cassils (USA), Marta Popivoda (Serbia/Germany), Ivana Vaseva (North Macedonia), Kristina Lelovac (North Macedonia) and Jana Kocevska (North Macedonia)
Seminars and workshops were hosted by:
Kirsten Maar (Germany), Goran Sergej Pristas (Croatia), Suzana Milevska (North Macedonia), Una Bauer (Croatia) and Danae Theodoridou (Greece)
Curating in Context was supported by a partnership between Lokomotiva North Mazedonien, the University of Zagreb, Tanzfabrik Berlin, and the University of Arts Stockholm.
The International Summer School “Curating in Context” was produced and organized by the citizens’ association Lokomotiva – Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture with the support of the Ministry of Culture of North Macedonia and the Erasmus + program for Education, Training, Youth and Sport of the European Union as part of the project “Curating in Context”.