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Grammar of Freedom / Five Lessons Works from Arteast 2000+ Collection Public Program

Grammar of Freedom / Five Lessons: Works from the Arteast 2000+ Collection
6 February – 19 April 2015

DESCRIPTION

The education program that accompanies the exhibition is inspired by the role of the Arteast 2000+ Collection as a powerful tool for understanding the conditions of art production, as well as its historicization and distribution in a region defined by a shared socialist context.

The program includes a panel discussion, an international conference, an audio guide, guided tours, and children’s activities.

Audio guide
Free with the purchase of an admission ticket; available from Garage Information Desk

For those who prefer to seek some professional perspectives on the show as they experience it, Garage has prepared an extensive audio guide. This one-hour program will provide information on some of the key works in the exhibition and the Arteast 2000+ Collection. The guide has been prepared in collaboration with the Education Department of Moderna galerija in Ljubljana.

Schedule

Friday, February 6

19:30–21:00  Garage Education Center and Library

Panel discussion United Through Adversity

The current political climate has had a growing impact on artistic and institutional freedoms. In this situation it is important that art practitioners from Eastern Europe and Russia, drawing on accumulated experience from our shared socialist past, work together to examine the common «enemies» we share today. Are there new models and strategies of cultural production, collective work, and collaboration that we can recognize as effective? Expanding on one of the «lessons» from the exhibition, The potential for uniting through adversity, the curators, together with some of the participant artists, will share their perspectives. 

Participants: Zdenka Badovinac, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Darinka Pop-Mitić, Bojana Piškur, Igor Španjol, Olga Egorova, Borut Vogelnik, Roman Uranjek

Moderator: Snejana Krasteva

Admission is free

Saturday, March 21

12:00 — 20:30  Garage Education Center and Library

WHERE IS THE LINE BETWEEN US? : CAUTIONARY TALES FROM NOW

Garage 3rd International Conference

registration

For fifteen years, the Arteast 2000+ Collection has provided an opportunity to explore how art from former socialist countries has signaled new models of historisization, re-examining the potential for cultural production in socially and politically charged environments. Continuing the need for critical reassessment and expanding the perspective to an international context, this one-day conference will revisit unique regional histories since 1989 in light of the recent return to Cold War rhetoric. Through lectures and panel discussions, speakers will explore the possibilities for original readings of the lessons that art contributes to our understanding of real world situations and vice versa.

Speakers: Zdenka Badovinac, Anthony Gardner, Boris Groys, Rastko Močnik, and Alexei Yurchak, among others 

Admission is free, but advance registration required

TOURS

 

February 6 — April 19, Saturdays — Sundays

15:00–15:30  Garage Pavilion

One Work Talk

These short talks consist of a discussion around one work in the exhibition and take place in the galleries. Every weekend a piece from the Arteast 2000+ Collection is explored. The talks are primarily aimed at visitors who want to find out more but have limited time to spare.

Admission is free with the purchase of an exhibition ticket
Please assemble at Garage Information Desk 10 minutes prior to the start of the talk

February 6 — April 19

Garage Pavilion

School and Student Tours

Duration: 40 minutes

On weekdays, Garage offers free tours of the exhibition for students and schools. Tours are adapted to various age groups. Admission is free, but advanced registration required. To book a tour, please complete the application.

Contact to Anastasia Evtushenko

Coordinator of information department

Tel.: +7 495 645 05 20 доб. 1017

Mob.: +7 967 037 17 50
E-mail: a.evtushenko@garagemca.org

February 6 — April 19

18:30–21:30  Garage Pavilion

Tours

Free guided tours by Garage staff of Grammar of Freedom / Five Lessons: Works from the Arteast 2000+ Collection on Friday, February 6, 6:30 pm — 9:30 pm. On February, 6, entrance to the exhibition is free.  

Duration: 60 minutes. Available daily; you can book an individual or group tour of the exhibition at the time of your choice
For further information about exhibition tours, including pricing, please visit Garage Information Desk or call +7 495 645-05-20

February 6 — April 19

February 6 — April 19

TOURS FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND BLIND VISITORS

Duration: 60 minutes 

Admission is free with the purchase an exhibition ticket. Free for disabled visitors and at least one carer. Please register in advance by calling Galina Novotortseva on 8 985 252 47 24.

February 6 — April 19, Saturdays — Sundays

13:00–17:00  Garage Education Center

Open Workshops

For children ages 5+ and creative adults

What is freedom? Is it the same for all of us, or different for every single person? How do artists see freedom? The Open Workshops will explore various ways of representing freedom in art. After studying and interpreting the works in the exhibition, workshop participants will choose an artistic method to create their own artwork.

Admission is free

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