[artinfo] SOCIALEAST SEMINAR ON THE LEGACY OF 1968 - Krakow 26 April 2008

Maja & Reuben Fowkes fowkes at translocal.org
Wed Apr 16 09:43:49 CEST 2008

Jagiellonian University Krakow, Saturday 26 April 2008

A symposium on 1968 and its legacies for contemporary art in Eastern Europe 
and beyond.


David Crowley (Royal College of Art, London)
Nineteen Sixty-Seven

Malcom Miles (Plymouth University)
The End of Utopia: Herbert Marcuse in 1967-68

Daniel Grun (Academy of Fine Arts Bratislava)
Borders and Infinity. Questioning Utopian Imagery of Slovak Neo-Avant-garde 
in the 1960s and 1970s

Luiza Nader (Institute of Art History, University of Warsaw)
Working through 1968: Ball in Zalesie and its Re-enactment

Sheila Skaff (University of Texas)
Eastern and Western European Cinema after the Canceled 1968 Cannes Film 

Adriana Kiss-Davies (University of Wales Aberystwyth)
Josef Koudelka / Prague 1968

Francesca Franco (Birbeck College London)
New Media, Politics and the 1968 Venice Biennial

Maria Hussakowska (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)
On the aftermath of 1968 for the Krakow art scene

Tomasz Gryglewicz (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)
The students' revolt in March 68 in Kraków and its artistic consequences

The SocialEast research forum considers the art and visual culture of 
Eastern Europe through collaborative projects, exhibitions and seminars and 
is an initiative of Dr.Reuben Fowkes of MIRIAD Manchester Metropolitan 
University. The SocialEast Seminar on the Legacy of 1968 is co-organised 
with Andrzej Szczerski Jagiellonian University Krakow.

For abstracts, biographies, programme details and booking information, 
please see the SocialEast Forum website www.socialeast.org

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