Historical Archives of Novi Sad, 17th May at 4 p.m.
For whom is it intended?
This workshops is intended for professionals from cultural institutions, and also artists and activists from the non-governmental sector who rarely had or didn’t have a chance to include persons deprived of liberty and juvenile delinquents into their existing programmes or create some new programmes intended just for them.
What kind of knowledge and skills will participants acquire?
At the workshop, participants will have an opportunity to get familiar with the rich practice of ApsArt Centre for theatrical research, but also to open possibilities to create this kind of programmes within their institutions or organisations through the workshop-based approach.
Together we will exchange ideas, design, connect, emphasises challenges and attempt at the end of the workshop to reach several specific propositions encouraged for future realisation.
The duration of the workshop will be 3 hours.
How to apply to participate?
It is necessary to send an application containing the name of the participants, and also the name of the institutions/organisation being represented, to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is Sunday, 12th May 2019. Selected participants will be notified about participation details via email at latest by Monday 13th May.
Who is leading the workshop?
The workshop is led by Aleksandra Jelić, theatre and film director and executive director of ApsArt Centre for theatrical research (www.apsart.org).