8 Sep 2017
14 Sep 2017
Montenegro Podgorica KIC Budo Tomović,Kuslev’s House,Montenegrin Nationa Theatre
How to temper the existential revolution?, co-produced by Divja misel Institute, The Second Freedom, produced by Bunker Institute, Pekinpah Association and Kink Kong, Life®Anti, produced by Glej Theatre, Slovene National Theatre Nova Gorica, KD TNK and School of Arts Nova Gorica, and Chairs, produced by Mini Theatre,
at the FIAT Festival of International Alternative Theatre
25 Jun 2017
Germany Berlin Volkspark Friedrichshain
Divja misel Institute's most recognisable endeavour is Library under the Treetops (formerly organised by CodeEp), which comprises several open air reading corners or libraries in Ljubljana. Every weekend in the summer (excluding, of course, rainy days) the outdoor libraries welcome readers to take up books, newspapers, and magazines, both in Slovenian and other languages. Reading in the cool summer shade is accompanied by recitals given by up-and-coming authors and even music performances. In organising Library under the Treetops, the institute cooperates with the Research Centre of the Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts and its Azil Bookshop. The reading material is donated by Slovene publishing house, embassies, and foreign cultural representative offices.
My Streets was a project that was dedicated to collecting stories and tales about the city of Ljubljana. The various accounts were given by intriguing individuals encompassing all generations were recorded and then delivered through various means: edited stories were available online, they were narrated live in the Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana and at the Trubar Literature House among other places, and were are also aired on Radio Študent. Project cease with activity in 2016.