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The author describes the character of the work of the independent cultural scenes in Moldova, which opens spaces operating beyond the public-private divide, having thus to develop both the content (such as artistic projects or public debates) and the structural conditions or, simpler put, the working places where this kind of work is possible at all. He puts the Molodovan examples in international perspective.
The history of the development of the independent cultural scene in Croatia in the last twenty-five years has been closely linked to the struggle for premises for work space and representation of cultural organizations, initiatives, collectives and individuals’ programmes. In this article Matija Mrakovčić critically looks at the development of co-governance policies to maintain these centers.
The Swedish political calendar starts and ends with one week of intense campaigning, shouting and advocacy efforts. It’s supposed to be open, but the truth is – it’s not. Our hub Subtopia reports.
In the documentary ‘In Search of Europe, meeting modern visionaries’ Lucas de Man shares the highlights and main insights of his journey through 30 European countries.
The open-air cinema – a project by our R&D grantee Nicolai Chirnev, a young student from Chisinau – kicked off with the first screening on 1 July.