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Author: Jelena Radusević

Empowering and representation of vulnerable groups through the artistic experience

Invitation to the opening of exhibition and a discussion

Opening of exhibition

Atrium of the ZRC Research Centre, Novi trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana

30 May 2019 at 5pm

Exhibiting: Camilo Acosta Mendoza, Aber Al Gendy, Tina Cerk, Naiem Ibrahim, Kevin Koman Modic, Katrin Modic, Jelena Radusinović, Aljoša in Miranda Škaper, Romana Šteblaj, Naira Tahirović, Urša Tonejec

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Discussion at 4pm

about the empowering and representation of vulnerable groups through the artistic experience

At 4pm, prior to the exhibition opening we are holding a discussion with workshop participants (representatives of vulnerable groups – people with sensory or physical disability and migrants) and full professor Robi Krofljič (department of Educational Sciences – Pedagogy and Andragogy at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana). The discussion will be moderated by Manca Juvan, an independent photographer, a mentor and the director of APIS Institute. And mentor assistant, Georgian photographer Nino Bektashashvili, will present process of work with people with sensory or physical disability.

Invited at 4pm!
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ABOUT MULTIVIZIJA

Multivizija is a training that combines different art expressions: photography, video, audio, dance and theatre. 50 participants who have experienced being different – because of a different culture, an experience of migration or sensory or physical disability – will be engaged in this creative process of workshops. The photography module happened from January until April and were lead by internationally respected photographers Manca Juvan and Luka Dakskobler, mentor assistant was Nino Bektashashvili, Georgian photographer living in Slovenia . Workshops of photography, video, dance and theatre will take place till December 2019. For more information write us to multivizija@zavodapis.si.

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You are kindly invited!

Admittance is free.

Exhibition will be on display until 10. 6. 2019.

 

The project is financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union through the European Social Fund. The project is realized in the framework of the Operational Programme for European Cohesion Policy (www.eu-skladi.si) for 2014–2020. It was selected through the Public Tender for the selection of operations “for greater social inclusion for members of vulnerable groups in the field of culture within the framework of the European Social Fund for 2018-2019” (JR-ESS-2018-2019-SOCIALNA VKLJUČENOST)«.