The Future of the International Performing Arts Journal

The Future of the International Performing Arts Journal

Workshop with Pia Brezavšček, the editor-in-chief of the Maska journal and Alja Lobnik, Artistic Director of Maska.

Maska is Europe's oldest performing arts journal. But as with almost any other printed journal, Maska's future is not certain. Pia Brezavšček, editor-in-chief of the Maska journal, and Alja Lobnik, artistic director of Maska, want to shed light on this future. What are the scene, the art productions and theory with which a performing arts journal is supposed to be entangled to be internationally relevant? Where is the center of the scene that such a journal should follow, and where are its peripheries? How can these peripheral visions bring about new knowledge? How can geopolitical centres and peripheries be rethought in relation to the performing arts scene? The ecological aspects of "nomadism" by artists, theorists, and other professionals will also be a special topic. Who can (not) afford to travel? Can a journal be a shared place, a public space? What are the future possibilities of publishing or even building a community through publishing?


Dauer: 3 Stunden
Sprache: Englisch

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Ein Projekt im Rahmen des Bündnisses internationaler Produktionshäuser, gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.