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SLOBODAN ŠIJAN: FILM leaflet
1.october 2012.
BJORN MOSSEBERG: PHOTO EXHIBITION: 100 IMAGES OF SERBIA
30.may 2012.
NEW POLITICS OF SOLIDARITY: I NEED A COUNTRY RIGHT HERE!
23.may 2012.
VOICE FOR CHANGE
14.may 2012.
The New Politics of Solidarity
23.february 2011.
Freedom Containers
25.january 2011.
Seminar "COLD WAR - PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE"
1.december 2010.
Autonomous Women's Center at CZKD
29.november 2010.
Belgrade Centre for Human Rights at CZKD
28.november 2010.
VOICES FROM SWEDEN
13.october 2010.
Opening of the exhibition "Who is Reihl-Kir to you?" in Zagreb
17.september 2010.
"Will You Ever Be Happy Again" wins prestigious Dutch BNG Nieuve Theatermakers Prijs 2010
14.september 2010.
CZKD (PAVILION VELJKOVIC) - OLD AND NEW ROOF, BEFORE AND AFTER ADAPTATION
4.september 2010.
NEW INTERNET PRESENTATION OF THE PUBLISHING HOUSE "LIBRARY XX CENTURY"
28.september 2009.
SLOBODAN ŠIJAN: FILM leaflet
1.october 2012.
SLOBODAN ŠIJAN: FILMSKI LETAK



CZKD, Beograd i MMC LUKA: Slobodan Šijan:  Film Leaflet



 



1-10.X 2012.



Center for Cultural Decontamination



 CZKD Cinema



Slobodan Šijan:  Film Leaflet



Curators: Aleksandra Sekulić i Branka Benčić



 



1. X, 18h Screening and conversation with Slobodan Šijan



Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan



 Morning In Pink  18' (1971)   A Song For Tom  13' (2010)



Exhibition opening



Design: Metaklinika



Exhibition technical set up : Dragan Škorić i Dejan Pantić



 The program is realized in cooperation of Association MMC LUKA, Pula and Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade.



2. X, 18h



/Screening and a discussion



Screening program:



Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan



 Self-portrait At the Cemetery 3' (1970)



 Handmade 2' (1971)



 Structures  4' (1970)



 city landfill on ada huja in belgrade 8' (1970)   Kosta Bunuševac In a Film About Himself  14' (1970)



Discussion



/On experimental film: a discussion on the occasion of publication MAFAF – The Invisible History, A Look From Belgrade. Moderators of the discussion with the participants of “MAFAF – A Look From Belgrade”: Branka Benčić and Aleksandra Sekulić.



 



4.X, 18h



TV films of Slobodan Šijan The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)



5. X, 18h



TV films of Slobodan Šijan   Whatever Happened To Filip Preradović   45' (1976)



6. X,



TV films of Slobodan Šijan  The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)



 



The exhibition:



 



 screen 1:



Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan



 Self-portrait At the Cemetery 3' (1970)



/ Handmade 2' (1971)



 Structures  4' (1970)



 city landfill on ada huja in belgrade 8' (1970)   Kosta Bunuševac In a Film About Himself  14' (1970)



 screen 2:



Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan



 Morning In Pink  18' (1971) Yeah 14' (1972) A Song For Tom  13' (2010)



screen 3:



TV films of Slobodan Šijan   Whatever Happened To Filip Preradović   45' (1976)



 The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)



The tables



Original “Film Leaflet” issues



The exhibition is open in the period October 1-10, 11-18h, except on Wednesday, October 3 and Sunday, October 7.



 CZKD Cinema



Slobodan Šijan: Film leaflet



The exhibition, discussions, screenings



www.czkd.org



Design: Metaklinika



Exhibition technical set up : Dragan Škorić i Dejan Pantić



The program is realized in cooperation of Association MMC LUKA, Pula and Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade.



The program is supported by Ministry of Culture, Information and Information Society of Republic of Serbia. Thanks for all the help: Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; Nebojša Petrović, Dušan Grlja.


BJORN MOSSEBERG: PHOTO EXHIBITION: 100 IMAGES OF SERBIA
30.may 2012.
BJORN MOSSEBERG: IZLOŽBA FOTOGRAFIJA:100 FOTOGRAFIJA SRBIJE



Björn Mossberg, the Head of the Development Department of the Embassy of Sweden in Belgrade, is the author of this photo exhibition, showing 100 images of Serbia. The photos have been taken by Björn Mossberg during his many trips around Serbia. They are portraying the nature, the people and the customs from the angle of a curious world traveller. The photos will be displayed at the Centre for Cultural Decontamination, at Bircaninova 30 from 31 May to 1 June 2012.


NEW POLITICS OF SOLIDARITY: I NEED A COUNTRY RIGHT HERE!
23.may 2012.
NEW POLITICS OF SOLIDARITY: I NEED A COUNTRY RIGHT HERE!


May 23 and 24, 2012



Center for Cultural Decontamination



What do I need some moon upthere for, I need a country right here”



Miroslav Antić, The Smudgy Alley



New Politics of Solidarity”: I need a country right here



Social cohesion, case study: culture as a symptom of ex/in-clusion of Roma people in new states and societies in the region



May 23
18.30 Exhibition of the art workhop realized by the “Group IDE” with the children from the Day Center for Children Involved In Work and Life on Streets, Novi Beograd



19h Theater performance “Yue Medelin Yue”, directed by Blerta Rrustemi, written by: Jeton Neziraj



21h Discussion: “Social and political context of the cultural production of Roma in the region”



Participants: Borka Pavićević, Jeton Neziraj, Jovan Ćirilov, Đokica Jovanović, Zoran Tairović, Osman Balić, Danijel Ramadanovik, Vladimir Tupanjac, Dragana Jovanović; co-moderators: Zoran Jovanović, Ana Isaković; translation, reading and co-moderation: Kujtim Paçaku



May 24



 



12h Presentations of the contemporary cultural production of Roma



Participants: Zoran Jovanović, Jovan Ćirilov, Zoran Tairović, Osman Balić, Vladimir Tupanjac, Nebojša Petrović; translation, reading and moderator: Kujtim Paçaku



Through analisys and recapitulation of experience of joint production in the frame of the project New Politics of Solidarity, also through presenting of the planned further activities, the team of the project will discuss with the activists, cultural workers and initiatives from Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis and Prishitne the potentialities of culture to intensify of the social cohesion. Considering how the discrimination and racist relations towards Roma people get more visible during the Decade of Inclusion of Roma People, compared to the previous state of their invisibility, culture should be observed as a field which should be the place of articulation of social response to the problem, and not its amortization. The history of scandals and public reactions provoked by cultural production and its visibility opens a question about latent, immanent and manifested racism in societies in Serbia and kosovo, and how culture can participate in the process of repoliticization, a process which is also contributed by the project and platform of New Politics of Solidarity. Cultural workers and activists will talk about the conditions and results of work of Roma cultural iniatives, and in that way a possibility for articulation of common strategies will be established.



 



 



On central focus of this tragicomedy of the absurd is a Roma family which was forcedly expelled from Germany to Kosovo. Found in a new reality, this family will have to face the challenges of the recently new born state. A Roma girl, Medelin, one day falls in a hole opened by a construction company. And while the girl in coma fights for her life, her father, striving to pursue justice, faces bureaucratic officers, businessmen, policemen and embassy workers. This is a political drama about chaotic post-war Kosovo, but, before all, it is a drama about unwanted Roma in Europe. Away from those common stereotypes about Roma, away from that exoticism which usually accompanies Roma topics, “Yue Medlin Yue” is an intelligent drama that excellently reviews the emotional process that thousands of Roma people from Europe undergo, yielding to violent processes of repatriation.



The team of the “Yue Medlin Yue”: Jeton Neziraj, Author; Blerta Rrustemi, Director; Anisa Ismaili, Actress; Fisnik Sykaj, Actor; Kujtim Pacak, Actor; Fitore Broqi, Actress; Bajram Kinolli, Actor; Skender Latifi, Lighting technician; Kushtrim Hoxha, Actor. Shquelzen Maliqi and Qerim Ondozi will also be invited to participate in discussions.



Sound and music: Susanna Tognella, Gabriele Marangoni.



Translation: Qerim Ondozi, Zoran Jovanović



This program is supported by Fund for Open Society, Swiss Cultural Programme, European Union (IPA).


VOICE FOR CHANGE
14.may 2012.


 



‘Voice for Change’

Hosted by Centre for Cultural Decontamination
Event Program
11.00 Welcome – HE Dr Helena Studdert, Ambassador for Australia            
11.00-11.10      Opening Remarks – Mr. Miljenko  Dereta, Human Rights House
11.10 – 11.30  Keynote address – Mrs Deborah Cheetham

 ‘Voice for Change’ – Australia is proud of its multiculturalism. But diversity and tolerance in Australia has not grown without challenge or difficulty. All societies must adjust and grow as different people come together. Australia continues to develop social inclusiveness and to build understanding and cohesion, including by acknowledging the First Australians. Ms Cheetham will draw on her experience and music which helped her to bridge such gaps and to be an inspiration, both to Indigenous Australians and Australians more broadly.      
11.30 -11.50 Reply – Ms Nevena Petrusis, Commissioner for Protection of Equality
Ms Petrusic was sponsored by the UNDP and Australian Embassy to undertake a study tour to Australia in February 2012. The delegation shared experience and knowledge on anti-discrimination legislation and implementation mechanisms, including mediation. Ms Perusic will share her views and impressions of Australia and its multicultural experiment.    
11.50 – 13.00 Open forum hosted by Borka pavicevic, Centre for Cultural Decontamination
Q&A sessions and discussion with guests.
13.00 – 13.30 Drinks and media opportunity



Guest Speakers



Deborah Cheetham



Deborah Cheetham is an exceptional Australian soprano and actor who bridges the gap between black and white Australia with compassion and grace. A member of the stolen generation, she was taken from her family when she was three weeks old. She is the author of internationally acclaimed play, White Baptist Abba Fan, an autobiographical musical which tells of her experiences coming to terms with her sexuality, racial identity, and trying to reunite with her family. Deborah’s international debut in 1997 occurred in theatres and concert halls across Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Deborah performed at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Olympic Games and, in 2003, she performed with Argentine tenor José Cura at the Opening Ceremony for the Rugby World Cup, which was broadcast to a worldwide audience of more than one billion. In 2008, she created the Spring Intensive Opera program to discover and develop Indigenous talent from around Australia. This has culminated in the world’s first Aboriginal opera, Pecan Summer, written, directed and produced by Deborah. It has created opportunities for Indigenous singers and musicians, actors, writers and technicians. Deborah has opened doors for many Indigenous artists and is an inspiration for all Australians.
In 2010 Ms. Cheetham was a finalist for ‘Australian of the Year’ in Victoria.



 



                                              Nevena Petrusic



Commissioner for Protection of Equality
Nevena Petrušić PhD is a professor at the Faculty of Law in Niš. She teaches Civil Process Law, Out-of-Court Dispute Settlement, Rights of Child, and Gender Studies. She established the Legal Clinic of the Faculty of Law of Niš University, and for many years she was the manager and coordinator of this institution. She was the guest lecturer at the Multidisciplinary Gender Studies of Novi Sad University, at the Family Mediation Specialist Studies of the Faculty of Political Sciences of Belgrade University, and at the Faculties of Law in Ljubljana, Skopje and Maribor. Ms Petrušić was awarded the OSCE person of the year in 2009 and appointed Commissioner for Protection of Equality in 2010.


The New Politics of Solidarity
23.february 2011.
Nove politike solidarnosti



In January 2011, Center for Cultural Decontamination entered the
realization of the project The New Politics of Solidarity Through
Cultural And Knowledge Proudction, together with the partners Centar
Grad from Tuzla and Multimedia from Prishtina. The project is
supported by Swiss Cultural Programme (SCP).


Freedom Containers
25.january 2011.
Sadržaoci slobode



In February 2011, CZKD launches the project Freedom Containers, in collaboration with the Centre for Peace Studies from Zagreb and Multimedia Center from Prishtina. Project is supported by European Cultural Foundation.


Seminar "COLD WAR - PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE"
1.december 2010.
SEMINAR



About seminar:



Taking its inspiration from the 6,500+ square meter bunker built for the Tito-era Atomic War Command, acronym "ARK" (Atomska ratna komanda), in the mountains outside Konjic in present-day Bosnia-Herzegovina1  this series is also about the architecture and engineering of war and peace. The massive underground structure was built during the Cold War to shelter then-Yugoslavia's leadership cadre, headed by President Josip Broz Tito. The ARK serves as a virtual and real-world space for considering what has happened after the end of World War II:  the construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of global superpower politics into blocks; the fall of the Berlin Wall and reunification of Germany; the dissolution of the Soviet Union into independent states and spheres of common interest; balance of power; the politics of fear and apocalypse; the concept of "mutually assured destruction".

Researching the relations (and mutual conditioning) between the divided global society in times of imposed peace, balance of blocks that in the same time meant division into the sphere of interests (sphere of influence, common identities, joint political systems...) and strategy of maintaining the balance conditioned by the imaginary scenarios of possible conflicts and new end of the world, and today’s' world defined by global market logic, media society and generally accepted cultural patterns and identity, brings us to a whole range of interesting questions and dilemmas.


The project  “Cold war – past, present, future” is not just about the events that characterized this period, but an attempt to establish framework for understanding its political concept, social and cultural  effects and its influence on our everyday life – in other words, we will look into the Cold War legacy. The ARK survived a different catastrophe than the one for which it was intended.  It is a means to explore, inter alia, the contemporary interpretation of spheres of influence, balance of power, the politics of fear and "mutually assured destruction." In order to understand the contemporary world and our position in it, like the Cold War itself, the envisaged actions target whole populations, regardless of age, gender or any self-defined or externally-imposed affiliation.

The series of seminars  “Cold war – past, present, future” will take place in the period of December 2010 – May 2011 as a part of the project D-0 ARK UNDERGROUND (1st Biennial of the Contemporary art  “TIME MACHINE” – NO NETWORK!, Konjic, BiH, in May  2011)


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Autonomous Women's Center at CZKD
29.november 2010.
Autonomni ženski centar u CZKD-u



Safe place for all youth is an Autonomous Women's Center programme that primarily deals with implementation of one of the strategic goals of Local action plan for youth in the municipality Savski venac – creation of  safer society of social equality for youth. This programme’s intention is to realise its goals through strengthening and education of girls about gender based violence and training them to work on SOS telephone line so, in future they will have relevant skills to work with young women who had experience of violence. Another way of realising this goal is developing and encouraging young girls on joining youth activism and their active participation in social flows. The essence of this project is organising training for girls to work on violence survivors SOS telephone line. Majority of the AWC activities is taking place at the Centre for cultural decontamination during weekends in October – December 2010.

 


Belgrade Centre for Human Rights at CZKD
28.november 2010.
Beogradski centar za ljudska prava u CZKD-u



After a successful realisation of the three year project Monitoring of the state bodes and media in the field of war crimes, organised crime, violence in family and discrimination, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, with support of The Balkan Trust – The Project of the German Marshall Fund initiated a project of education young journalists and students of journalism and other university.



This project envisages work with 20 students, divided into teams, production of newspaper articles, radio and TV reports (four TV and radio reports until the end of June 2011) that will be published in cooperation with media partners. The project is divided into four phases and each will be dedicated to one of the chosen topics: organised crime, war crimes, discrimination and violence in family. At the beginning of each phase, the participants will have an opportunity to attend lectures and workshops and then work in groups on production of media reports. Minimum of 16 chosen media reports will be published in cooperation with the project's media partners.



This project's goals are advancing the investigative journalism, education of future journalists about these fields, raising public awareness and advocating respect of human rights and development of the rule of law.
 


VOICES FROM SWEDEN
13.october 2010.
GLASOVI ŠVEDSKE



CZKD, as a partner of the Swedish Embassy on the project "Voices from Sweden" on this year's Book Fair, will organize a round table "Swedish table" on the topic of the freedom of speech on Friday, 29th October at the CZKD Pavilion.



www.voicesfromsweden.rs


Opening of the exhibition "Who is Reihl-Kir to you?" in Zagreb
17.september 2010.
Otvaranje izložbe



Exhibition "Who is Reihl-Kir to you?" produced by the Center CCD, from the author Tanja Simic Berclaz and design of the exhibition METAKLINIKA, on September 24 starts with "Yugoslav" tour, in the prestigious "Dom HDLU" (Croatian Association of Artists) in Zagreb. This exhibition, which was opened in late July this year in the Center for Cultural Decontamination in Belgrade, is virtual and ephemeral monument of Josip Reihl-Kir. The exhibition, created within the project  "Minorities for Minorities" in cooperation with the Center for Peace Studies in Zagreb, the Peace Institute from Ljubljana and the Bureau of Human Rights, Tuzla, after performances in Zagreb, will be the guest in Rijeka, Osijek and Split, and then will travel through the towns of Serbia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. President of Croatia Ivo Josipovic is a patron of the exhibition "Who is Reihl-Kir to you?" in Zagreb.



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Josip Tvrtko Reihl Kir, from Slavonija, whose parents, his father a German from Slavonia and his mother a Croat, were partisans from the beginning of the 2nd World War, firstly a high school teacher and later a policeman with a brilliant career, the head of the Osijek police station, was killed at 13.20 on 1st July 1991 at the entry to the village of Tenje.



With this project, the exhibition Who is Reihl Kir to you?, we would like to pay respect to this Yugoslavian peacemaker, and to remind you about the man who genuinely believed that his country and his fellow townsmen had greater need of him than his family, his wife Jadranka and their only daughter.

"Will You Ever Be Happy Again" wins prestigious Dutch BNG Nieuve Theatermakers Prijs 2010
14.september 2010.




Sanja Mitrovic is the winner of the prestigious Dutch BNG Nieuwe Theatermakers Prijs 2010. She wins the prize of 45,000 euros for her performance “Will You Ever Be Happy Again” which has been touring, to wide acclaim, across Europe since 2008. The piece was co-produced by Belgrade’s Centre for Cultural Decontamination in 2008.


CZKD (PAVILION VELJKOVIC) - OLD AND NEW ROOF, BEFORE AND AFTER ADAPTATION
4.september 2010.
CZKD (PAVILJON VELJKOVIĆ) - STARI I NOVI KROV, PRE I POSLE ADAPTACIJE



CZKD WANTS TO THANK MAYOR OF BELGRADE DRAGAN ĐILAS AND TO THE MUNICIPALITY SAVSKI VENAC.


NEW INTERNET PRESENTATION OF THE PUBLISHING HOUSE "LIBRARY XX CENTURY"
28.september 2009.
NOVA INTERNET PREZENTACIJA IZDAVAČKE KUĆE



Library  "XX century" publishes essayist and scientific works by domestic and foreign authors on a wide range of anthropological topics.



http://www.bibliotekaxxvek.com/
   
       

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