International cooperation

GENDER.NET / Cultural Gender Practices Network

Cultural Gender Practices Network

The platform arises from the need for a free and safe space where activist, intellectual, artistic and cultural production can take place, which will contribute to the visibility of various feminist practices and technologies of resistance. Regional women’s, feminist and queer festivals, media websites and initiatives belong to the continuity of feminist practices in the nEXt YU area, while at the same time they open up new fields of action and voice a new generation of feminists with different private and public histories.

 

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WHAT DRIVES US?

What Drives UsWhat Drives Us is an international project that seeks to shed light on festival sustainability.  Acknowledging that festivals run on different models, we invite grassroots collectives along with more institutionalised organisations to share their approaches towards sustainable cultural work.  The initiative was started in 2014 as part of the 11th edition of The HTMlles, feminist festival of media arts + digital culture in Montreal, produced by Studio XX.

An online publication is the result of an ongoing investigation into the theme of festival sustainability.

The festivals presented:

 

A SPACE FOR LIVE ART // 2008 - 2013

A Space For Live ArtLive art, an artistic discipline which "defies all definition" is experiencing a remarkable renewal. It's fluctuating and diverse forms, the special inclusion of public, innovative performance spaces and usage of performance language make one of the most innovative performance genres, propogated especially by women artists. Live art was little known to the world at large. To bridge this gap and strenghten the position of new forms of live art in Europe, eight cultural structures have partnered in a five-year European project entitled A Space For Live Art. Results of the project are summarized in a publication, which you can download here.

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