SCCA / SERVIS
Exhibition & service platform
April 6-25, 2010
Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
Vžigalica Gallery, Trg Francoske revolucije 7, Ljubljana
Opening: Tuesday, 6th of April 2010 at 8pm
In order to be fully operational, culture and arts need a comprehensive support system which provides information, consultancy, services and networking. SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana has been developing such a support system for years through integrated programmes, providing well-rounded support aimed at developing better conditions for art and culture production: Artservis, Cultural Contact Point Slovenia, ALF Contact Point, Evrokultura and ArtsLink.
Heads of the programmes will set up a working environment in the gallery, where they will perform their everyday tasks, provide information and consultancy in person and via web, and organise workshops, discussions and presentations, with two international panel discussions as highlights. The first will focus on the cultural policy and the issue of financing culture and the second on Ljubljana as a creative city. Everyday presentations will focus on funding opportunities, particularly the EU programmes (Culture 2007–2013, Media 2007, Youth in Action, Lifelong Learning, Structural Funds), and also the lesser known ones (Anna Lindh Foundation, the EEA and Norway Grants). Presentations will be prepared in cooperation with relevant information offices, agencies and authorities.
The study exhibition will feature a diverse programme in terms of genre and media, showcasing artistic works and projects examining conditions for artistic production.
The exhibition includes artworks that refer in a critical, analytical, witty, personal or any other manner to the conditions of creation, presentation, marketing and survival with culture and within culture – to those aspects of artistic creation that usually remain concealed.
Heads of the programmes (Artservis, Cultural Contact Point Slovenia, ALF Contact Point, Evrokultura and ArtsLink) willbe available for individual meetings with visitors every day but during the public events.
Accompanying program: presentations, panel discussions, meetings, artistic intervention
MORE INFORMATION: www.ccp.si/servis
Concept: Dušan Dovč, Mateja Lazar
Staff: Mateja Lazar, Ines Kežman (Cultural Contact Point Slovenia), Dušan Dovč (ALF Contact Point), Špela Škulj, Medard Kržišnik (Artservis), Mateja Zorman
Exhibition design and set-up: Damijan Kracina
Web support: Vesna Bukovec
Technical support and AV documentation: Toni Poljanec
Production: SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana
Co-production: Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
Project was supported by: Government Communication Office, City of Ljubljana, Ministry of Culture of Rep. of Slovenia, EC - DG for Education and Culture
In co-operation with: artistic collective Ljud, Cultural Contact Points Austria, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, Media Desk Slovenia, CMEPIUS, Movit, Ministry of Culture of Rep. of Slovenia, SVLR – Government Office for Local Self-Government and Regional Policy of the RS, SVEZ – Government Office for Development and European Affairs
Vžigalica Gallery opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm. Closed on Mondays.
SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts - Ljubljana, Metelkova 6, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T: 00 386 1 431 83 85
Contact person: Dušan Dovč (email@example.com)
Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
Vžigalica Gallery, Trg francoske revolucije 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T: 00 386 1 2412 590
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