The event is focused on artists and culture workers from Ukraine currently based in Germany, but also it is open for cultural actors from everywhere (except russia).
Registration is obligatory by 16.08
The meeting aims to create a space for cultural professionals and artists to discuss culture in the post-crisis context, focusing on building resilience and the significance of creating a safer environment. The agenda will include reflections on mental health and resilience during times of crises, with each participant actively contributing from their personal perspective. Through peer-to-peer exchange, the objective is to share valuable insights, best practices, and foster networking opportunities for professional development.
The second part of the meeting will encompass a sound performance featuring carefully curated music from Ukraine. This interlude will be complemented by an informal gathering, affording the event participants an opportunity to engage and connect with one another.
The concept is part of “What’s next? Safe cultural multi-spaces for the multidisciplinary reflection of (post)war and (post)crisis European identity”- project in a partnership of zusa (Germany), MitOst (Germany), Gabriela Tudor Foundation (Romania), MUSIKTHEATERTAGE WIEN (Austria), proto produkciia (Ukraine), Wrocław Institute of Culture (Poland). Co-funded by the European Union.
This event organised by zusa is an integral component of the public programme for Ukrainian artists and culture workers "Re³|Reflect, Reframe, Reachout". Public programme curated by Kateryna Tarabukina (Vitsche e.V) as a part of the exhibition “The Artist is Prophet” curated by Valleria Schiller and Ksenia Malykh.
Project supported by
Bezirksamt Mitte von Berlin
Fachbereich Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte