Different forms of cooperation are a permanent feature of art production, as they often significantly add to artistic productions as well as to programmes. Different forms of association, cooperation, and collaboration present an opportunity for a merging of resources as well as make possible that the contents, perspectives, and aesthetic orientations undergo a mutual process of reflection, expansion, and upgrading. Often also by entering into new fields of activity, which
can result in significant artistic shifts but also failures, into new art formats and forms, which can lead to the formation of yet unknown solutions.
Our guests will talk about their own experiences with different forms of association and collaboration. We will try to identify the possible mode(l)s, forms, contents, as well as the conditions required to constitute long term collaboration or to even establish permanent forms of cooperation.
Guests: Katarina Klančnik Kocutar, Nika Bezeljak, Rok Vevar
Moderated by: Simona Kopinšek
Produced by: MKC Maribor in Plesna Izba Maribor v sodelovanju z Radiem Maribor/Youth Cultural Centre Maribor and Plesna Izba Maribor in collaboration with Radio Maribor
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