The new economic concepts like coworking and crowdfunding are based on co-sharing and co-creation, whereas social capital, along with time and money, also has a role to play in the success of the idea, according to the lecturer.Through theory and examples of good practice, the lecture will explore the background of the development of these concepts, focusing on the opportunities that they bring to creative individuals and the community.
Saturday, 25 April, at 10 a. m. in the MGLC Lecture Room (ground floor)
Lecturer: Luka Piškorič, developer and lecturer on new economic models with many years of experience in the various fields of the creative industries
The project presents the rich history of the Biennial of Graphic Arts and its activities to art lovers across Slovenia. The suitcase reveals a number of anecdotes and stories behind the scenes of intertwining culture and art, held by the extensive Biennial archive. The Biennial in a Suitcase is making its way across Slovenia and can be viewed in libraries between April and September 2015.
Tivoli Park, Monday 11 May 2015, 3−6 pm (free admission)
Artist Asad Raza invites young people of 17−24 years old to participate in a number of workshops, which will take place in May and August 2015. The workshops are conceived as preparatory stages in the lead-up to the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana (28 August−3 December 2015). The first workshop, which will take place on Monday 11 May 2015, is open to 40 participants. The group will explore the ideas behind Raza’s upcoming project in Tivoli Park through activities such as game-like conversational and movement exercises.
Applications to Lili Šturm, email@example.com, +386 (0)1 241 38 18.