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Conference “Cultural Policy and Contemporary Production”

On 8th of January 2011 Mavili Collective organised a conference on “Cultural Policies and Contemporary Production” (Bios, Athens) in order to open up a dialogue between artists, practitioners, producers and the public sector.

The texts from the conference are available here (only in Greek): http://eisigiseis-kinisimavili.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_06.html

Conference Programme

A. CULTURAL POLICIES

  • A1. “Cultural Policies and Contemporary Production’ – Gigi Argyropoulou (Artist, researcher, performance group Mkultra)
  • A2. “A national policy for theatre (1996)” – Anestis Azas (Director, performance group Projector)
  • A3. “Cultural Policy in Greece during economic crisis”  – Maria Psarrou (PhD candidate Panteios University of Athens)

B. ARTISTIC RESEARCH IN LIVE ARTS

  • B1. “Avant-garde groups and Establishment” – Savvas Patsalidis (prof. in Drama Studies, English Department, University of Thessaloniki).
  • B2. “How do we define experimental theatre and its relation to funding” – Georgina Kakoudaki (Theatrologist)
  • B3. “Experimental theatre in Greece today” – Kostas Koutsolelos (Director, performance group Mag)
  • B4. “Theatre and Critics” – Argyro Chioti (Director, performance group Vasistas)
  • B5. “The need for research in theatre practice” – Anna Tzakou (Researcher, actress, director)
  • B6. “Experimental Theatre or not” – Roubini Mosxohoriti ( Senior Lecturer in University of Nafplio, director)
  • B7. “Hybrid Forms of Art” – Medie Mega (Choreographer)
  • B8. “The right for lyrical theatre” – Haralambos Gogios (Composers, performance group “operas of beggars”)
  • Chair: Georgia Mavragani (Director)

C. CONNECTIONS/NETWORKING WITH THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE

  • C1. “The Athens System and the connection with abroad” – Konstantinos Arvanitakis (President of ITI, director)
  • C2. ‘Networking and artists mobility” – Kelly Diapouli (Theatrologist)
  • C3. Examples of effective models on networking” – Giannis Leontaris (Director, performance group Kanikounta)
  • C4. “The need for a greek network of theatres and art spaces” – Konstantina Angelletou (Cultural manager)

D. LEGAL STATUS & FUNDING

  • D1. “The legal state of theatre groups” – Anestis Azas (Director)
  • D2. “Funding System: Problems and Proposals” – Vassilis Noulas (Director, performance group Nova Melancholia)
  • D3. “Thoughts on the funding system” – Kiriaki Spanou ( Senior Lecturer on Theatre Studies, University of Thesaloniki, performance group Tessera)
  • D4. “How can we define the artist: an experiential exploration of the last dance funding system” – Steriani Tsinztiloni (dance theorist)
  • D5. “Further in research, closer to the audiences: The proposal of the funding comitee of EKETHEX for the restructuring of the funding system and the first years 2008-2010″ – Christiana Galanopoulou (Art historian, Artistc director MIR festival)

Interventions:

  • Dimitris Tsatsoulis (prof. Theatre Studies Department, University of Patras, Theatre Critic)
  • Grigoris Ioannidis (Senior lecturer Theatre Studies Department, University of Athens, Theatre Critic)
  • Melina Plasti (Theatrologist, president of the union of theatrologists University of Patras)
  • Antigoni Gyra (Choreographer, group Kinitiras Chorotheama)
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Mavilli Collective

Mavili Collective was formed during summer 2010 as an autonomous collective structure for emergent practitioners and came together in order to re-think and re-imagine the current Greek cultural landscape and propose structures, platforms collaborations, projects that produce new alternatives. Mavili Collective is committed to produce nomadic, autonomous collective cultural zones that appear and disappear beyond the logics of the market.