Detailed timeline of the Conference in Kyiv

Dear participants and audience!
Here is schedule of R'Evolution Art Conference and follow-up events.
Let's R'E Art together!

2nd of April. Saturday.
10:45 – Press briefing
11:00 – 12:00 Ukrainian section:
Kateryna Radchenko, Kateryna Botanova. Introduction
Glib Vysheslavsky.  Analyze of connections between revolution and Art movements.
Olga Balashova. Ukrainian “Young” Art in the period of revolutionary transformations
12:00-12:30coffee break
12:30-14:00 Second section: Curatorial and Art practices of Revolutions
Simor Ágnes (Hungary) Art nature of Revolution: the force of changes and inspiration
Nune Popovic (Serbia) Falus revolution. Artistic guerrilla struggle of group MAGNET against totalitarian regime in Serbia in 1990's.
Milan Vracar (Serbia) Radical art practices in Serbia during 90s
Jovan Jaksic (Serbia) Presentation of video “ Jugglers of all countries, unite!”
14:00-15:30 –  lunch break
15:30 – 16:30 Third section: Culture of social transformations
Istvan Szakats (Romania) Social Guerrilla. Going far beyond the green guerrilla movement, social guerrilla is the newest form of harnessing the power of articulated public discourse. The presentation explores the potential and the limits of a global social guerrilla movement, based on John Boyd’s cell concept, an e-bay of social trust, and some cryptography.
Waldemar Fydrych, Agnieszka Couderq (Poland) The Orange Alternative or how to abolish totalitarian regimes by the peaceful means of absurd humor and art
16:30-17:00 – coffee break
17:00 – 17:30 – Panel discussion
Evening program
20:00 – Non-official opening: Ethno-folk party “Revolt” in «Сіновал (Loft)» pub (Saksahanskoho str., 40)

3rd of April. Sunday.
11:00 – 12:00 Belorussian section: Photography of revolt
Svetlana Poleschuk (Belarus) Between Pictorialism, Conceptualism and Politics: the Dilemmas of Photography in Belarus
Vadim Zamirovsky (Belarus) Presentation of photos from Revolutionary moments in Belarus
12:00-12:20coffee break
12:20 – 13:00  Second section: Transition period
Ana Riaboshenko (Georgia) Art and Social environment in recent Georgian history
Dušan Zahoranský (Czech Republic) "Post SOROS situation in liberated Czech and Slovak Republic"
(situation after walk - out of the main post-revolution foreign
cultural fundation).
13:00-13:40 – Final discussion.  End of the Conference part
Evening program
20:00Official final-sitting of the Conference. Presentation of “Beast of Freedom” documentary film (Poland 2010, 78 min. Producers: Pawel Potoroczyn, Edward Miszczak. Directors: Leszek Gnoinski, Wojciech Slota)
Place: IQ bar (Lva Tolstogo str., 25). Admission by invitations only.

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