Posts Tagged ‘Almagul Menlibayeva’

Art as a Means of Survival

A majestic entrance lobby of an old bank with two statey columns, tiled floors and coffered ceilings
by Dagmara Genda // Sept. 26, 2022
The idea of art as a means of survival has a long history in former Soviet republics. Take this verse from the poem by Latvian poet Ojārs Vācietis, which was the inspiration and provided…[read on]

Videoart At Midnight Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Article by Sofia Bergmann // Dec. 07, 2018
On its tenth anniversary this December 14th, Videoart at Midnight (VAM) will also hold its 100th screening. While the VAM festival – made up of symposiums, exhibitions and events – began on November 6th,[read on]

Announcement // Nordwind Festival brings Nordic Contemporary Arts to Berlin

Blog post by April Dell – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 09, 2015.

Nordwind is the largest festival of Nordic and North European performing and visual arts. Back for the sixth time, this year’s festival is titled BALAGAN!!! – Zones of Resistance, themed around the relationship between Europe and Russia, focusing on Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union and its eastern neighbours. Encompassing 82 shows and panels…[read on…]