Centrala Berlin

Centrala Berlin Centrala Berlin e.V. is a new association for Central and Eastern European art in Berlin, which was founded as a branch of Centrala in Birmingham (Great Britain) in 2019.

Centrala operates online and as a pop-up space.

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First onAIRISM - challenges and transitions workshop today organized by the IGBK Berlin!  With onAIRISM, the IGBK is rea...
27/05/2021

First onAIRISM - challenges and transitions workshop today organized by the IGBK Berlin!

With onAIRISM, the IGBK is realizing a series of workshops as well as a digital symposium on the work, visions, and networking of artist residencies in 2021.

We're having our first onAIRISM - challenges and transitions workshop today. https://www.igbk.de/en/projects/onairism-e
With onAIRISM we are coducting workshops and a digital symposium on the work, visions and networking of artists' residencies in 2021. Very much looking forward meeting partners today from Zona Imaginaria (Buenos Aires), Casa Tres Patios (Medellín), AXENÉO7 (Gatineau), Lugar A Dudas (Calí), EL PARCHE Artist Residency (Bogotá) Caitlind R. C. Brown (Calgary), Geoair Archidrome (Tbilisi), Easttopics (Budapest), Centrum Kultury ZAMEK w Poznaniu (Poznań)

🟥📣VOTE FOR OUR PROJECT- Centrala Cycle!We want to promote cycling as a sustainable mode of transport to @centrala Space ...
02/03/2021
ENCC UPgrants | European Network of Cultural Centres

🟥📣VOTE FOR OUR PROJECT- Centrala Cycle!
We want to promote cycling as a sustainable mode of transport to @centrala Space in Birmingham and help our communities to support Birmingham clear air zone!
We are applying for a small grant from European Network of Cultural Centres #UPgrants scheme to boost our efforts to engage more effectively with migrant communities!
Vote here: https://encc.eu/calls/up-grants
➡️go to 'submissions' and find Centrala Cycle!

The ENCC introduces its UPgrants, a microgrant scheme open to all socio-cultural centres throughout Europe. This scheme aims to support sustainability initiatives already in place, in order to boost them, provide visibility and inspire others.

26/02/2021

Webinar am 10.03.2021 #Brexit "Future Relations – Cultural exchange between Germany and the UK", organisiert vom British Council und der British Embassy Berlin, u.a. mit Sebastian Hoffmann vom touring artists Team & Dr Rachel King (EU and Economic Counsellor, British Embassy Berlin), Paul Smith (OBE, Director, British Council Germany), Dr Katharina von Ruckteschell-Katte (Director, Goethe-Institut London), Nick McDowell (Director International, Arts Council England), (Zélie Flach, European Officer, Wales Arts International/Arts Info Point UK) - Anmeldung hier https://bit.ly/3dIvTdR noch bis zum 08.03.2021!
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The British Council and the British Embassy Berlin organize a webinar "Future Relations – Cultural exchange between Germany and the UK" on 10.03.2021, a.o. with Sebastian Hoffmann from the touring artists team! Register here https://bit.ly/3dIvTdR until 08.03.2021!

26/02/2021

Webinar am 10.03.2021 #Brexit "Future Relations – Cultural exchange between Germany and the UK", organisiert vom British Council und der British Embassy Berlin, u.a. mit Sebastian Hoffmann vom touring artists Team & Dr Rachel King (EU and Economic Counsellor, British Embassy Berlin), Paul Smith (OBE, Director, British Council Germany), Dr Katharina von Ruckteschell-Katte (Director, Goethe-Institut London), Nick McDowell (Director International, Arts Council England), (Zélie Flach, European Officer, Wales Arts International/Arts Info Point UK) - Anmeldung hier https://bit.ly/3dIvTdR noch bis zum 08.03.2021!
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The British Council and the British Embassy Berlin organize a webinar "Future Relations – Cultural exchange between Germany and the UK" on 10.03.2021, a.o. with Sebastian Hoffmann from the touring artists team! Register here https://bit.ly/3dIvTdR until 08.03.2021!

Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste - IGBK
22/12/2020

Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste - IGBK

Es gibt einen neuen "guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of digital artists" von On the Move, mit Support des Institut Francais - sehr hilfreiches Tool - vielen Dank!!!
---> https://bit.ly/34vLPe6
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There is a new "guide to funding opportunities for the international mobility of digital artists" online, by On the Move, with the support of Institut Francais - thank you!!!

Meet Sophia Tabatadze, one of the co-project leads of "Art Space Connect 2020" and speakers (A-Z) of the Art Space Conne...
05/11/2020

Meet Sophia Tabatadze, one of the co-project leads of "Art Space Connect 2020" and speakers (A-Z) of the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference! T

Meet Sophia Tabatadze, one of the co-project leads of "Art Space Connect 2020" and speakers (A-Z) of the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference! Tomorrow (06 November 2020), she will join in a conversation with Mariam Natroshvili and Aleksi Soselia on independent art initiatives from Georgia. Sophia Tabatadze was born in 1979 in Tbilisi, Georgia. During 1997-2002 she studied and completed Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam (BA), the Netherlands. In 2017-18 she completed a year course for the curatorial training at CuratorLab at Konstfack University, Stockholm, Sweden. Since 2008 she lives and works in Berlin. Sophia has shown her work internationally. She represented Georgia at the Venice Biennale in 2007 and the same year participated in Istanbul Biennale as well. She participated in Museum shows at Fine Arts Museum, Nantes, France; Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and Tbilisi History Museum Karvasla თბილისის ისტორიის მუზეუმი ქარვასლა, Georgia. Her practice is more of an autonomous artist in Europe and a curator in Georgia, where she organizes projects through the organization Geoair Archidrome that she founded in 2003.

Meet Róna Kopeczky, who will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-ru...
04/11/2020

Meet Róna Kopeczky, who will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 06 November 2020!

Meet Róna Kopeczky, who will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 06 November 2020! Róna Kopeczky (born in 1983) is a curator and art historian based in Budapest. She started her professional activity as a curator for international art in Ludwig Múzeum Budapest between 2006 and 2015, where she mostly focussed on the site- and situation specific practices of young and mid-career artists from the Central Eastern European region. In February 2015, she joined Acb Gallery in Budapest as artistic director. She worked in the international department of the first OFF-Biennále Budapest from the beginning of 2015, then as a member of the curatorial team for its second edition held in Fall 2017. She will be curating the next edition of the Tallinn Print Triennial scheduled for Summer-Fall 2021. Róna is the co-founder of Easttopics, a platform, hub and exhibition space dedicated to contemporary art of Central Eastern Europe, initiated in 2015 and located in Budapest.

Meet Pavel Brăila, one of the speakers at the conference Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives a...
03/11/2020

Meet Pavel Brăila, one of the speakers at the conference Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus on 06 and 07 November 2020.

Meet Pavel Brăila, one of the speakers at the conference Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus on 06 and 07 November 2020. Since the mid-1990s the artist took part in numerous international art exhibitions and film festivals with films, videos, installations, photos, and performances. In 2002 his film “Shoes for Europe” was shown at the documenta11 in Kassel. In 2003 he was selected by Phaidon.com in the list of 100 best artist in the world (Cream 3). In 2004 Braila initiated in Moldova the unique project “Alte Arte” - a TV Magazine on Contemporary Art, that was produced by artists and broadcasted on Moldovan national TV. In 2007, being an artist in residency of Berliner Künstlerprogramm of DAAD, Pavel Braila presented his monumental installation “Barons' Hill” in Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. In the six-part video work, of which parts will be shown during the conference, the artist documents a new and glorious Sinti and Roma architecture, which has emerged in Moldova in recent years and is characterized by a hybris of architectural style elements.

Philipp Dietachmair, currently Head of Programmes at the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) in Amsterdam, will join us f...
03/11/2020

Philipp Dietachmair, currently Head of Programmes at the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) in Amsterdam, will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 07 November 2020.

Philipp Dietachmair, currently Head of Programmes at the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) in Amsterdam, will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 07 November 2020. Philipp Dietachmair has been engaged with civil society development and cultural philanthropy for more than fifteen years. Before moving to the Netherlands, Philipp Dietachmair coordinated development projects for restoring university education in Bosnia Herzegovina, and organised music events in post-war Sarajevo. Since joining the ECF, he has developed most of the foundation’s support programmes for new cultural initiatives in Central Eastern Europe, Ex-Yugoslavia, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Turkey and North Africa. Together with NGO partners from all over Europe, Philipp Dietachmair has created the Tandem cross-border collaboration programmes for cultural workers and community activists from inside and outside the EU. He has also been involved in a number of field studies and book projects that analyse the role of culture and autonomous art spaces in civil society, such as Another Europe or The Art of Civil Action – Political Space and Cultural Dissent, edited together with Pascal Gielen. We are very excited and welcome you to join us!

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initi...
03/11/2020

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus !

Natalija Vujošević is the founder and director of the non-governmental organization, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Montenegro, which has been active since 2015, which is dedicated to contemporary art theory, education, research, and archives.

Speakers A-Z of the digital conference Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus: Natalija Vujošević is the founder and director of the non-governmental organization, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Montenegro, which has been active since 2015, which is dedicated to contemporary art theory, education, research, and archives. The Institute established the first award for the young artists in Montenegro (member of YVAA network). As an artist and curator, the focus of her research and practice is the presentation of archives through exhibition-making, seeking renewed modes of communication, engagement, and understanding through new interpretations and expanded forms. Curated research projects include: Comrades / Women's Movement in Montenegro 1943 – 1953; a research project and exhibition dedicated to the AFZ archive (the anti-fascist front of women in socialist Yugoslavia; "Why Have There Been No Great Men Artists?" Collections of the British Council in cooperation with the National Museum of Montenegro; Missing Stories / Forced labor in N**i Germany, with Goethe-Institut Belgrad.

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initi...
02/11/2020

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus !

Meet Margarethe Makovec: Together with Anton Lederer, Margarethe is founding member and artistic director of < rotor > association for contemporary art, Graz

Meet Margarethe Makovec, who joins us for Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus workshop and conference on 06/07 November! Together with Anton Lederer, Margarethe is founding member and artistic director of < rotor > association for contemporary art, Graz: "Contemporary visual art is always the starting point for our programmes, with an emphasis on art production that expressly deals with social, political, economical and ecological issues of our time. A dense network of links to organisations and artists from many European countries - with a particularly strong linkage to the Southeast European area have been established." < rotor > presents contemporary art, provides essential content for discussion and communicates contemporary art to a broad public. As often as possible, the artists involved in the programme are enabled to produce new works.... For < rotor >, the public space is an important setting to make art happen. Leaving the boundaries of the art space is used to actively bring people into contact with art and thus to expand the audience. www.rotor.mur.at

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initi...
02/11/2020

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus !

Meet there Lea Stöver, who is the Head of the Creative Europe Desk Deutschland - MEDIA. She will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 07 November 2020.

Lea Stöver, head of the Creative Europe Desk Deutschland - MEDIA, will join us for the Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus conference with an input on 07 November 2020. We are very much looking forward to it! Lea studied social anthropology and German language and literature. She gained experience in international cultural work at the Goethe-Institut in Munich and in Accra and is the Head of CED KULTUR in Bonn since August 2018, where she advises cultural workers from Germany together with her team.

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initi...
02/11/2020

Join us on the 6th and 7th November at the Art Space Connect Zoom-Conference for the exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus !

Meet there Dr. Katharina Koch, who is working as a director and the artistic co-director of the feminist art space Alpha nova kulturwerkstatt & galerie futura in Berlin since 2012.

Dr. Katharina Koch - has been working as director and artistic co-director of the feminist art space Alpha nova kulturwerkstatt & galerie futura in Berlin since 2012. Katharina holds a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with a thesis on public art practices in Romania, for which she got a scholarship by the DAAD. She will be one of the conference/workshop participants for Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus. Katharina's fields of activity range from curatorial to academic-theoretical work. She has curated numerous art projects and made several documentaries as a filmmaker. Her main topics are feminisms, intersectionality, contemporary art, art and activism in public space. (picture by Julie Staudt)

Meet Irena Lagator Pejović, who joins us for Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-ru...
01/11/2020

Meet Irena Lagator Pejović, who joins us for Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus / conference and workshop on 06/07 November!

Irena is a visual artist, born 1976 Yugoslavia. She represented Montenegro with a solo show Image Think at the 55th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, in 2013.

Meet Irena Lagator Pejović, who joins us for Art Space Connect - exchange with independent art initiatives and artist-run spaces in Central and Eastern Europe and the Caucasus / conference and workshop on 06/07 November! Irena is a visual artist, born 1976 Yugoslavia. She represented Montenegro with a solo show Image Think at the 55th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, in 2013. Other important solo shows include Società a responsabilità limitata, Villa Pacchiani, Santa Croce sull’Arno (2012); The society of Unlimited responsibility, Salon of Museum of Contemporart Art, Belgrade (2012). A book about her artistic practice was edited at Neue Galerie Graz and published by Buchhandlung Walther König in 2012. She exhibits internationally since 2000 at exhibitions such as D´une Méditerranée, l´autre - FRAC - Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Marseille, France (2017); Normalities, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, NY (2016); Fiery Greetings, Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade / Lothringer13 - Städtische Kunsthalle München (2015); the Sea is My Land - Artisti dal Mediterraneo, MAXXI, Rome/Triennale di Milano Design Museum (2013, 2014); Spring Exhibition, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (2013); Untitled (History), 12th Istanbul International Biennial of Contemporary Art, (2011). Her works are included in collections of public institutions such as: FRAC Marseille, France; Villa Pacchiani (PI), Italy; Museum of Contemporary art in Belgrade; Museum of Money in Belgrade. She collaborates with ngo Institute for contemporary art (ISU) in Montenegro and ngo Fondation Petrovic Njegoš on the project Archive of Cetinje Biennials (ACB).

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Centrala Berlin e.V

Centrala Berlin e.V. is a new association for Central and Eastern European art in Berlin, which was founded as a branch of Centrala in Birmingham (UK). Centrala Birmingham was founded in 2014 and has developed into a nationally and internationally recognised centre for Central and Eastern European art and artists in Great Britain. The organisation and space aim to be a powerful advocate for social inclusion, bringing together a diverse audience to share, explore, debate and connect with quality art and events. The Berlin branch was founded in 2019 by Centrala Birmingham Director Alicja Kaczmarek, the Berlin-based curator Berenika Partum and the Migration Studies professor at Bard College Berlin Agata Lisiak and other actors of Berlin´s art scene. The Berlin branch aims to promote Central and Eastern European (CEE) art and culture in Berlin/Germany by organizing temporary art and cultural events.

The activities of Centrala Berlin include cooperation with artists, curators, scientists and art spaces for the realization of curatorial projects, talks and discussions, to contribute to art education and the diverse cultural life in Berlin. Centrala Berlin is a platform for intercultural dialogue and supra-regional cooperation to promote Central and Eastern European art and culture among the Berlin public to facilitate a closer international exchange.

Team: Founders and Directors: Alicja Kaczmarek, Berenika Partum, Agata Lisiak

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