I was recently invited by the Gallery Greta from Zagreb to make a selection of artists and students for the Interface New Media Festival exhibition. Included are works from four students that participated in the mobility Mapping Komiža Narratives 2014 organized through MAP study and ADRIART project. Participating students are Sara Salomon (MAP CM Intermedia), Dajana Jurman Osip, Dominik Grdic and Andreja Jandrecic (APU students). Participating MAP teachers are Ingeborg Fulepp, Nadija Mustapic and Tomislav Brajnovic
The exhibition Interface is open from 8/11/2014 - 14/11/ 2014, ex-Bernardi, Rijeka, Croatia
My first mobility workshop in context of ADRIART project and ADRIART–related experiences was a documentary film course HiLoVV in Venice that included two weeks of intense work on the field and tested me and my capacities. I have learned so much and have met great student colleagues and mentors from other institutions.
On January 24 the Brdo congress centre will host the Slovenian Erasmus+ Opening Conference, where the HILOVV project is to be presented as the best international project practice in higher education.
After the rather optimistic kickoff on 12.12.12. at 12:12:12 and -12 Centigrades, the baffling "online month" began. We were all more/less trying to make "joint online preparation of international workshop participants" actually happen. For what? For the "LOGOS - Multitude Manifestations of Rog" short mobility run within our bravely piloting "Media Arts and Practices" programme. What for?
The Media Arts and Practices master programme has started -- today in full-formal, and -frontal interaction, at the University of Nova Gorica, School of Arts in Gorizia, taking off as a bold pilot, into the great wide open of promising productions and intriguing collaborations. We have been together for two weeks now, for a gradual tune-in, on the prodigy wings of our Alvarez-the-Flying-Fortress (to open ceremoniously on Tuesday - come in!), with open windows and doors for all the fresh ADRIAiR influx..
..well, not everyone has made it through the entry examination @MAP -- but we still decided to go for 12 (rather than initially max. 10) students, to make us all richer with diversity, and thirstyer of/for work: half of them are our precious "own" BA graduates, not much more than half of the whole cohort are straight-off Slovenians (whatever that may be), so we are living up to our promise of internationality/-disiplinarity. They flocked together from Croatia, Italy, Serbia and Slovenia, coming from all walks of
The three-day ADRIART project meeting in Rijeka was second after the short one-day project kick-off in Nova Gorica in October. The intensive three days were used to sum up the research conducted so far (needs analysis, international curriculum comparison etc.), detailed partners' (visions, foreseen problems ..) presentations.