2η Συνάντηση των εταίρων του έργου NIMPE στη Σλοβενία

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Οι εταίροι του έργου NIMPE που γίνεται με τη συγχρηματοδότηση του προγράμματος Δημιουργική Ευρώπη της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής, συναντώνται ξανά από τις 9 έως τις 11 Οκτωβρίου, στη Λιουμπλιάνα αυτή τη φορά. Ακολουθώντας τη φιλοσοφία του kick-off τον περασμένο Φεβρουάριο στο Βόλο, το διήμερο εργασίας θα συνδυαστεί με μια σειρά συναντήσεων με την τοπική σλοβενική μουσική σκηνή.

Παράλληλα με τις εργασίες οι συναντήσεις θα είναι επίσης ευκαιρία να αξιολογηθούν οι εξελίξεις του πρώτου εξαμήνου, να συζητηθούν οι επερχόμενες δραστηριότητες του Μουσικού Εργοστασίου (NIMPE Music Factory) καθώς και τα επόμενα βήματα ανάπτυξης της κοινότητας του δικτύου NIMPE.

Ακολουθεί το πρόγραμμα της συνάντησης (στα αγγλικά).

NIMPE Project meeting agenda – Ljubljana, Slovenia / 09th till 11th of October 2017

1st day – Monday, 9th of October ,Hotel Park,

12.00-16.00 – international participants arrival

16.00 Meeting room – Museum of contemporary art, Masarykova 3, ground floor

Muzej sodobne umetnosti Metelkova  + MSUM

16.00 – 16.15 Salutation from local host; agenda lecture and explanation

16.15.-18.30 WP1 update and discussion

Analysis of the work done and design of the training activity – Technopole presentation and partners’ open discussion

19.00-21.00 dinner – old city

21.00 – joint walk through old city to the ŠKUC gallery, Stari trg 23.

21.00 – 22.30  Music event organised by ŠKUC at  ŠKUC Galery

Ropotarnica  music cycle – short introduction – ŠKUC

Concert: Zergon (Aleš Hieng) is a DJ and music producer, a member of collective called Synaptic.

Zergon (Aleš Hieng) is a DJ and music producer, a member of collective called Synaptic. When performing live he uses analog produced noises, modulated sounds and noises and combines them with field recordings. As a DIY enthusiast he builds modules for modular synthesizers of sounds and effects. He records sounds in nature, environment and industrial objects and uses them in his music production or his live acts. He collaborated with artist Robertina Šebjanič in audio-visual project echo 10-9. He is a coauthor of Time Displacement – Chemobrionic Garden, a sound-chemical installation in cooperation with Robertina Šebjanič  and Ida Hiršenfelder, which was exhibited in 2016 Ars Electronica festival in Linz as part of exhibition Radical Atoms. From 2007 on he contributes music material for compilations called Chilli Space. In 2012 he published his EP called Escalator EP by Synaptic Pathways label.  (Free entrance).

2nd day – Tuesday, 10th of October

Meeting room – Museum of contemporary art, Masarykova 3, ground floor

Muzej sodobne umetnosti Metelkova + MSUM

9.00 – 13.30: morning sessions – NIMPE development discussions

9.00-10.00 WP1 Conclusion

Definitive activity planning with time scheduling – Technopole

10.00-11.00 WP2 update and discussion

Monitoring of the activity carried out by the partners, presentation of reporting synthesis document, discussion about the forthcoming steps – Root Music presentation and partners’ open discussion

11.30-12.00 coffee break

12.00-13.30 WP2 Conclusion

Definitive activity planning with time scheduling and forthcoming activities that each partner is committed to do – Root Music

13.30-14.45: Lunch break

15.00-15.20: short introduction of SIGIC Visit of a new member – SIGIC, address: Trg francoske revolucije 6

SIGIC meeting room

15.30-17.30 Afternoon sessions – NIMPE development discussions

15.30-16.30 WP4 Update,  discussion and conclusions

Presentation of the state of the art of the communication plan and assignment to the partners of the tasks to be performed – MESO presentation and partners’ open discussion

16.30-17.30 WP5 Update,  discussion and conclusions

Presentation of the state of the art of the reporting activity and discussion about the forthcoming steps  – Assomusica presentation and partners’ discussion

17.30 – 20.00 Networking event / Meeting with local and international stakeholders

(Representative of Ministry of Culture, Municipality to greet participants

SIGIC – Slovenian music information centre, NIMPE partners and stakeholders, An Tour Tan – Nicolas Gonidec- France)

17.30-18.00 Three short presentations (10 minutes each)

SIGIC – Slovenian music information centre, Špil liga –  Maša Pavokovic, An Tour Tan – Nicolas Gonidec, France

18.00-19.00 Round table – opportunities and challenges for live music sector in EU

Panellists: Vincenzo Spera-IT, Jeremy Davies-UK, Steen Mikelsen-DK, Nicolas Gonidec- FR,  Peter Baroš-SI

Moderator: Georges Perot-GR

19.00-20.00 Reception  for participants, networking opportunities, talk to journalists,

20.00 – END of day 2

   

 3rd day  – Wednesday, 11th of October 

Meeting room – Museum of contemporary art, Masarykova 3, ground floor

Muzej sodobne umetnosti Metelkova + MSUM

9.00 – 13.00: Morning sessions – NIMPE development discussions

9.00 – 11.00: WP3 – NIMPE Factory presentation and open discussion

Presentation of the activity and discussion about the forthcoming steps  – Assomusica presentation and partners’ discussion

11.00-11.20 coffee break

11.20-13.00 Discussion and insight into the points discussed the previous days – Partners’ open discussion

Conclusions: forthcoming steps and timing – final agreement

13.00-14.00:  Lunch / optional

14.00-15.00 guided tour to Metelkova mesto – alternative culture place / similar to Christiana in Copenhagen (optional)

Talk to Katarina Deškovič – Gala hala

End of the meeting

#SKUC#sigic #nimpe

About SKUC:

SKUC, NIMPEs slovenian partner and meeting host, is one of the leading non-governmental organisations promoting non-profit cultural and artistic activity in Slovenia. It holds the status of an association working in the public interest in the cultural field. Its beginnings date back to Ljubljana’s first radical student movement of 1968, while it was formally established on 31 January 1972. In the late 1970s and in the 1980s ŠKUC was one of the key initiators, supporters and promoters of alternative culture. Today, ŠKUC’s main goals are to support young and promising artists by including them in the cultural sphere and to organise creative spare-time activities for young people.

In the past few years the activities of ŠKUC have expanded to areas such as providing information and counselling for young people, education, library and archive resources, social affairs, prevention, social sciences, the humanities as well as research activities. It has also acquired the status of an association working in the public interest in the area of health care.

ŠKUC actively co-operates with similar youth centres from across Slovenia, as well as with other organisations, mainly through programme exchange. The ŠKUC premises located at 21 Stari trg, Ljubljana, are open to many organisations organising events such as round tables, seminars, talks with journalists, dance performances, lectures on various social, art and topical issues, video projections etc.

ŠKUC is involved in the following activities:

V I S U A L A R T S

In the late 1970s, ŠKUC opened its own exhibition space as a response to the mainstream exhibition policy of established national galleries and art institutions in Slovenia at the time. The Škuc Gallery has been located at 21 Stari trg in Ljubljana since 1978. In the 1980s the Gallery became the centre of alternative (sub)culture in Slovenia. Since the outset the Gallery has also been engaged in presenting contemporary visual art from the international scene. The Gallery organises solo exhibitions of both young Slovenian and world-renowned artists, collaborates with visiting curators and prominent European institutions and galleries, publishes specialist publications, and organises lectures and workshops. The Škuc Gallery has become an important exhibition, entertainment, publishing, research and documentation centre of contemporary visual arts. Information about current exhibitions and other activities can be found at www.galerijaskuc.si/.

M U S I C

The ŠKUC Association music program targets music culture users interested in contemporary, urban trends across music genres. The beginnings of the ŠKUC music section date back to the 1980s. To recap: the first folk album by Tomaž Pengov, the first punk album by Pankrti, the first post-modernist happening by Laibach, the organisation of the majority of foreign act concerts in Slovenia as well as a number of Slovenian acts from the 1980s onwards. We published the first fanzine. The sections involved in organising music events were ROPOTBUBA, ART ROCK and AFK. In the 1980s, ŠKUC organised the famous Rock in Opposition festival (1980–1984), the Ankaran/Coastal Scene festival (1987–1994) and without a doubt the most important rock event in Slovenia called Novi Rock (1981-2003).

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