Symposium: The Common Grounds: Learning from Contexts and Communities
Łažnia Center for Contemporary Art Gdansk in collaboration with a series of partner institutions will host the IKT Congress 2018 from 11th-13th May with Vilnius partnering for a post-program from 14th-15th May 2018.
Panelists: Nina Czegledy, Roger Malina, Jens Hauser, Edith Dekyndt, and Emily Gee
Moderator: Ryszard Kluszczyński in collaboration with Zofia Cielatkowska
Agenda on the registration page.
The Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art was one of the first public cultural institutions established in Poland after the transformations of 1989. It began as an initiative by local independent artists opposed to traditional models of art. Their only chance to realize their projects was to create their own art space – one free from censorship, prejudices, stereotypes and inhibitions.
The Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art is guided by its mission of showing and promoting contemporary art as a means of expressing universal values, and an element of world cultural heritage. The centre does so by showing the latest developments in contemporary art, showing the process of change that art is undergoing, engaging cultural and social phenomena taking place around the world, and educating the public about these issues by organising of exhibitions, artistic exchanges, innovative educational programmes, academic conferences, lectures, concerts and film screenings.
LAZNIA Centre for Contemporary Art International Association of Curators in Contemporary Art Instytut Adama Mickiewicza
50 Years of Celebrating the Community
Almost half a century ago, kinetic artist and astronautical pioneer Frank Malina set out to solve the needs of a community of artists and scientists working across disciplines by using the “new media” of the time: offset print publishing. As a groundbreaking, innovative venture, Leonardo represented a unique vision: to serve as an international channel of communication among artists, with emphasis on the writings of artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. The result was Leonardo, an academic journal for artists with the peer-review rigor of a scientific journal. For 50 years, Leonardo has been the definitive publication for artist-academics, and the field has gained momentum in recent years.
Leonardo's anniversary celebrations are made possible by our international partners and led by the 50th Anniversary Committee Chair Nina Czegledy.
European Solidarity Centre (Europejskie Centrum Solidarności)