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The exhibition "Hermetic of Technology Glossary and Outdated Modernity of Utopia of Yugoslavia"

The PROZOR Gallery, 16 - 26 of January

The setting is the result of the author's work of the collective Heptadekagon consisting of: Aleksandar Petrović, Aleksandra P. Stevanovic, Dimitrije Vujadinovic, Dejan Vukelic, Dragan Bulatovic, Milan Popadic.

As a hidden core of Yugoslav utopia, the Technology Glossary, through a critique of the technology of illusion, has combined the premodern and postmodern culture. From today, the correct Heptadekagon emerged as a symbol of the new academic standard. Its goal is to raise awareness about taking over the power of artificial intelligence and the virtual world over life.

The exhibition also features a diverse program of debates, premiere of documentaries, author guides and workshops.

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Heptadekagon - Collection of Papers

25 December

The Institute for European Studies published a presentation of the participants at the Roundtable Dictinary of Technology. The editor of the publication - Heptadekagon, is Dimitrije Vujadinovic, director of Balkankult.

Roundtable Dictinary of Technology as anti-utopia was held on December 23, 2016, at the Institute for European Studies (IES), Belgrade. The reason for this was the Proceedings from the Land of Dragons: Vocabulary of Technology - 33 years later, published by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (IFDT), BG, 2015. The round table organizers were the IES and the Balkan Intergration Foundation.

Participants were: Miša Đurković, Dimitrije Vujadinović, Aleksandar Gajić, Aleksandar Petrović, Dragan Bulatović, Jelena Filipović, Bojan Jović, Gordana Đerić, Slobodan Samardžić, Aleksandra Stevanović, Vladimir Dimitrijević.

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Cultural policy in the context of Strategy of Culture

Thursday, October 5, 2017

In cooperation with the Institute for European Studies, a round table - Cultural policy in the context of Strategy of Culture was organized. The aim of this round table was to discuss the model of cultural policy set out by the Draft of the Strategy of Cultural Development of Republic of Serbia, 2017-2027. How big a reform capacity does this draft strategy has? Does it have a function of support for the concept of a cultural state or of a state culture? The introductory papers were presented by Dimitrije Vujadinović and Irina Milutinović. Ten invited participants expressed their opinion on the Strategy and Cultural Policy of Serbia. After these introductory presentations, a very professional discussion developed.

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Summer festivals

Radio Belgrade 2, August 3

Dimitrije Vujadinovic, Director of the Balkankulti Foundation, Darka Radosavljevic, art historian and director of the Remont Gallery, in today's edition of "Said and tacitly" spoke about festivals - "How should summer festivals of culture and art should be designed and what kind of attitude towards the public should be nurtured?" How the festivals are financed and to what extent are they"? Do they in certain areas represent a kind of oasis outside of which a bit of that quality occurs during the year?

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Exhibition and a round table: Serb Woman - Heroin in the Great War

Tuesday, June 13, 2017, the premises of Matica Serbian, Novi Sad

  

 In the framework of  the  series of lectures FIRST WORLD WAR AND UNIFICATION, exhibition was opened and organized a round table:  Serb Woman - Heroin in the Great War.

Welcome speech was given by prof. Dr. George Djuric, secretary general of Matica Serbian, and about the exhibition spoke Dimitrije Vujadinović author.Their presentation on the desk were: Dragana Bukumirović, publicist; prof. Dr. Vladislav Petković Gordić, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad; prof. Dr. Milena Dragicevic Šešić, FDU, Belgrade; Dušanka Marković, senior curator of the Museum of the City of Novi Sad; Dr. Jasmina Milanović, research fellow of the Institute for Contemporary History, Belgrade; Prvoslav Plavsic, psychologist; Danica Radovic, journalist; prof. Dr. Svetlana Tomin, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad; Vladimir Cech, Institute for the History of Advertising, Belgrade.

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AGAINST THE CULTURAL BOREDOM – CULTURE IN SMALL TOWNS

The programs selected for this project represent films, photo and graphic exhibitions, literature presentations and other cultural invents. Programs are presented in provincial towns (in cultural centres or museums) in the terms of decentralization of cultural life and cultural production.  These small towns do not have the opportunity to organise international cultural manifestations, nor they posses the needed financials.   

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