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Side program

Exhibition

October 8 - November 1 / Foyer of the Princely Serbian Theatre / Cultural Centre UMMUS

The initial 15 years

Display of an exhibition of posters from the previous editions of the Joakimfest International Theatre Festival (JoakimInterFest).

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Theatre, dialogue, remembrance

October 9 / 12 PM noon/ Princely Serbian Theatre

Contribution and importance of ``small publishers`` in Serbia -

theatre and drama

Desk – independent micro-press – Bojana Denić, editor-in-chief

Princely Serbian Theatre – Publishing – Marko Misirača, director

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Remembrance

October 14 / 12 PM noon / Princely Serbian Theatre

Remembering the late Prof. Dr. Dragan Klaić (1950 - 2011)

Participants:

Prof. Dr. Ivan Medenica – theatrologist, critic and artistic director of the BITEF festival, professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.

Nada Kokotović – director and choreographer – one of the founders of KPGT.

Participants to be included in the conversation via video feed – Prof. Dr. Milena Dragićević Šešić – Professor of Management in Culture and Theory of Mass Media, Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and Head of the Department of UNESCO for Cultural Policy and Management, University of Arts in Belgrade.

The interview is moderated by Branislava Ilić, dramaturge and playwright

Dragan Klaić, theatre historian and cultural analyst.

He was a permanent associate of the Felix Meritis Association in Amsterdam and taught cultural policy and art at the Leiden University.

He completed his dramaturgy studies in Belgrade, and his doctorate in theatre history and drama criticism at Yale University in the United States. He worked as a theatre critic and dramaturge, was a professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and the University of Amsterdam, and a visiting professor in America, Budapest and Bologna, the manager of the Netherlands Theatre Institutefrom 1992 to 2001, a co-founder of the European theatre quarterlyEuromaske.

His books and works were published in the former Yugoslavia prior to 1991, but also in Great Britain, America, the Netherlands and Norway. He was also hired as the editor of the magazine Theatre (USA) and a member of several advisory boards in Budapest, Brussels, Stockholm and The Hague.

(sourced from the book Starting Over, Dragan Klaić, Clio, 2016, Belgrade)

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THE PROGRAMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGES DUE TO THE SITUATION WITH COVID 19