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    Culture, Events

    Aktionstage: Refugees – Migration – Democracy

    Initiative Minderheiten, Center for Advanced Studies South Eastern Europe (CAS SEE), ERSTE Foundation, Institut für die Wissenschaften von Menschen (IWM), Asylkoordination Österreich, arge region kultur, GBW Minderheiten, Interkulturelles Zentrum (iz), Karl-Renner-Institut are inviting you: Aktionstage: Refugees – Migration – Democracy 29nd November – 2nd December 2016 Academy of Fine Arts Vienna ÖBB Headquarter Stadtkino at Künstlerhaus […]more



    Symposium: The Illegality of Freedom

    The symposium The Illegality of Freedom brings together political, theoretical and artistic insights and practices, in order to investigate the false dichotomy (choice) between legality and illegality when considering political, economic and any other socially constitutive element of todays global (permanent) war. Freedom appears at this point as a fundamental and arbitrary notion of neoliberal […]more
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    “Biafra of Spirit: Third World Students in Czechoslovakia” Exhibition at tranzit.sk

    Biafra of Spirit Third World Students in Czechoslovakia Curator: Tereza Stejskalová Collaboration: Zbyněk Baladrán Opening: 6 October 2016 at 6.00 pm Venue: tranzit sk, Beskydská 12, Bratislava Exhibition dates: 7 October – 26 November 2016 Open: Wednesday – Saturday, 2 – 7 pm Bus Shuttle: Register here for the shuttle bus to the opening event […]more
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    Culture, ERSTE Foundation

    THE VIENNA HUMANITIES FESTIVAL 2016 – Event with Mind-Broadening Side Effects

    Keeping away from tiresome and uninspiring talks and presentations – that is one of the goals the organisers of the Vienna Humanities Festival had in mind when they assembled their programme. And indeed, it is a lot that the IWM together with the Wien Museum and in cooperation with TTT (Time To Talk) have planned […]more
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    Culture, ERSTE Foundation

    ERSTE Foundation and FUNDACIÓ BANCARIA LA CAIXA Promoting Contemporary Art

    As the newest initiative in their cooperation, ERSTE Foundation and FUNDACIÓ BANCARIA LA CAIXA have launched a pilot in the framework of Comisart: Six travel grants are offered to curators in the field of contemporary art for 2017. They will have the opportunity to get to know the cultural context of Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, Budapest, […]more
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    Culture, Open Calls

    Artists-in-Residence programme at MuseumsQuartier: CALL for APPLICATIONS

    CALL for APPLICATIONS 2017 Artists-in-Residence programme of tranzit and ERSTE Foundation at MuseumsQuartier in Vienna tranzit is a network of five independent, non-profit organisations in Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovak Republic. Since 2002 tranzit has been developing artistic and cultural activities with a critical approach, fostering a permanent dialectic between local and global […]more
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    Culture, ERSTE Foundation

    Artist in Residence, September 2016: Katharina Schmitt

    New playwright in town: Katharina Schmitt is this month’s Artist in Residence from the Czech Republic at the Q21 / Museumsquartier. Born in Bremen, Germany in 1979, Katharina Schmitt studied theatre Directing at the Academy pf Performing Arts (DAMU) in Prague between 2001 and 2006. She is currently an associate director of the Studio Hrdinu theatre in Prague. […]more
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    Judgment in Hungary – Film Screening and Artist Talk at European Forum Alpbach

    In 2008 and 2009, a group of Hungarian right-wing extremists committed a series of attacks on random members of the Roma community. Six people were killed and another  five were injured. The trial of the four suspects lasted two-and-a-half years. The 167 days of interrogations were documented by Eszter Hajdú as the only film maker […]more
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    Culture, Europe

    Paul Celan Fellowship 2016/2017: Six Translators selected

    The jury of the Paul Celan Fellowships selected six translation projects for the term of the fellowship 2016-2017: Hana Fořtová Benjamin Constant: Principes de politique applicables à tous les gouvernements (1806) French into Czech Natalia Jakubova Grzegorz Niziolek: Polski teatr Zagłady (2013) Polish into Russian Alexandru Polgar Martha Rosler: Culture Class (2013) English into Romanian […]more
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    Artist in Residence, August 2016: Roman Štětina

    From Prague to Vienna: Roman Štětina from Czechia is this month’s Artist in Residence at the Q21 / Museumsquartier. After spending two years on the Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main Roman graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. He also lives currently in Czechia’s capital. Currently his works can be seen at Manifesta […]more