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Every year, the Tribute to a Vision Film Festival offers an all-day masterclass with the winning author dedicated to university film students and other film professionals.
In 2020, the Tribute to a Vision Film Festival introduced a family programme encompassing screenings and workshop for children in Nova Gorica. A sonorisation workshop for kids by Luka Carlevaris in 2020.
The First Crossings film platform developed in 2018 within the cross-border Tribute to a Vision Film Festival. The platform focuses on short films by promising and innovative authors who dare to be free and experimental in their search of new film languages.
Posters announcing the Speculum Artium Festival in Trbovlje, 2011.
Icarus in Sivan Omerzu's Prepovedane ljubezni (Forbidden Loves) based on classic motives. The 2009 performance, produced by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre and Konj Puppet Theatre received several international awards.
Delo Newspaper hosting a round table, 2010
Dance performance A Quick Story by Sanja Nešković Peršin and Branko Potočan, Bunker Institute production performed at Stara Elektrarna - Old Power Station, 2004.
The first edition of MENT Ljubljana at Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture, 2015.
VOLKSWAGNER 3, Laibach in collaboration with RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra and composer Izidor Leitinger, 2009. A sonic suite in three acts making connections between Wagner, modernism and jazz, crossbred with pop art.
Animateka animation workshop, over the period of 20 hours young people created an animated film, 2009
Bled Castle features as one of the main stages of the Okarina Festival Bled. Among other acts it also featured the Spanish singer Amparo Velasco alias La Negra, 2017
Ana Romih presenting her piece, titled Vrtiljak [Marry-go'-round], at the small stage of the Slovene National Theatre Maribor during the Festival Performa & Platforma, 2017
Tanja Zgonc doing her butoh piece – titled Tulkudream – on the stage of Maribor Puppet Theatre at the Festival Performa & Platforma, 2017
The 24 Hour Party People Festival 2014
Amparo Velasco (alias La Negra), performing with her band at the Bled Castle stage of the Okarina Festival Bled, 2017
Koala Voice posing together with their mascot at MENT Ljubljana in 2015
Spacesuits, part of the permanent exhibition entitled Herman Potočnik Noordung: 100 Monumental Influences at the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), 2012
The Sonica International Festival of Transitory Art concluded in the peaceful surroundings of the Tivoli park with soundwalk Walking the Aphelion by Irena Pivka and Brane Zorman, 2016.
Between the Two of Us by Leja Jurišić and Teja Reba, produced by Exodos Institute, 2009
Author Bronja Žakelj speaks with Sašo Stare at Kranj City Library.
A view of the Slovene Book Fair at Cankarjev dom, featuring the stand of Mladinska knjiga Publishing House, November 2019.
Alma Selimović & Borut Jerman at the Motovila/CED Slovenia conference Mobility4Creativity in 2019.
A discussion with bloggers at the Slovene Book Fair, 2019.
Members of the Reading Badge of Slovenia Association meet online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Sejem na Zraku (Fair in the Fresh Air) organised by the Slovene Writers’ Association, May 2020.
Sanje ('Dreams') Publishing House at the Slovene Book Fair in November 2019.
Lučka Kajfež Bogataj, Mateja Lazar, Tanjka Kos and Barbara Kozelj Podlogar at the Motovila/CED Slovenia conference Mobility4Creativity in 2019.
Lučka Kajfež Bogataj at the Motovila/CED Slovenia conference Mobility4Creativity in 2019.
The 2019 Motovila/CED Slovenia conference Mobility4Creativity.
33 Turns performance by Sanja Nešković Peršin, produced by Muzeum Institute, Španski borci Culture Centre, 2011
The project Reflecting the Wish by the KUD C3 Society for Culture and Arts on the Prešeren Square in Ljubljana, 2008
The international jury of the Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe) in 2019: Labina Mitevska, Sonja Prosenc, and Alexander Horwath
The staging of Nekje drugje (Somewhee else), a 'puppet' play for children that deals with the delicate subject of war, directed by Tim Grabnar, 2016
Motovila Institute / Creative Europe Desk Slovenia event Uspešno ... Ustvarjalno (Successful ... Creative), hosting Slovenian producers involved in the Creative Europe funding scheme, 2018.
The exhibition Beyond Everydayness – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe, which toured Budapest, Prague, Warsaw and Bratislava, was hosted by the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana in 2011, summarizing the results of an extensive multiannual research.
Every august the Kinoatelje Institute organizes the Youth Film Campus in Nova Gorica, where kids and young video enthusiasts from various European countries meet for a week and make several short films. At the same time, the project gives the young filmmakers an opportunity to prove themselves as mentors, as well.
The project Zalograd in Zalog, the suburbs of Ljubljana, was related to the project "Public City", initiated by STEALTH.unlimited and the KUD C3 Society for Culture and Arts in 2012
FriForma series, Cram at Kapelica Gallery, KUD Mreža, 2016
Rie Nakajima & Pierre Berthet at Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MSUM), KUD Mreža, 2016
David Carson's Paganini of Typography, a creative workshop/exhibition in the KiBela Art Space, KIBLA Multimedia Centre, Maribor 2002
Postgravity art 'informance' by the Delak Institute, whose main mission is the culturalisation of space, enabling the merging of art and science in real space. Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture, 2010
A band performing out of a van at Kunigunda Festival of Young Cultures, 2015
The opening gala evening, Month of Design, 2018.
Professor Zygmunt Bauman lecturing at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Department of Sociology, 2011
Širom with some of their signature DIY instruments, 2018
Rie Nakajima & Pierre Berthet workshop at Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MSUM), KUD Mreža, 2016
Svetlana Makarovič's Kosovirs again! directed by Barbara Hieng Samobor, visual concept by Barbara Stupica and music by Nino de Gleria. Produced by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre in 2000; 2011 remake.
The Sleeping Beauty directed by Katarina Aulitisova and Lubomir Piktor, Ljubljana Puppet Theatre, 2008
Love dolls by Duda Paiva (Brazil/Netherlands), a puppetry/objects extravaganza with live music, coproduced by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre and Duda Paiva Company in 2009
Romeo and Juliet puppetry play directed by Jaka Ivanc, with puppet design by Miha Knific, coproduced by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre and Koper Theatre, 2011
Karina Smigla-Bobinski (DE) worked as an artists in residence at MoTA in 2013. She developed an analogue interactive installation called ADA, "a post-industrial creature, visitor-animated, creatively acting artist-sculpture, self-forming artwork".
The Repository WU ST produced by Muzeum Institute, Jakopič Gallery, 2009. A dance-theatre performance with the City Museum of Ljubljana artefacts and works by contemporary authors (e.g. Polona Maher in the centre of the picture)
Off-beat performance by Milan Tomášik dealing with the origin of dance, with baroque music by Janez Krstnik Dolar(1620n‐1673). Co-produced by Muzeum Institute, Dance Theatre Ljubljana and Phileas Production (Belgium), 2011
Koala Voice performing at Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture in a theatre performance by Vlado G. Repnik, produced by GVR babaLAN Institute, 2015
Koala Voice at Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture, playing alongside Moveknowledgement, 2014
MoTA LAB first opened its doors during the Sonica Festival in 2016. The place then exhibited site-specific installations by Staš Vrenko, Nonotak (FR), Nikola Uzunovski (MK), Anne Katrine Senstad (US) and others.
Time Folding - Muzeum Theatre - 20 Years, an exhibition curated by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, opened extensive document and source archives of the Muzeum Institute. Jakopič Gallery, 2015
Time Folding - Muzeum Theatre - 20 Years, an overview of the 44 events produced by Muzeum Institute in the period 1994–2014, exploring the relations and borders between individual spheres of arts and humanities. Jakopič Gallery, 2015
A MENT Ljubljana panel talk in Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture, titled Agents or Angels?, 2015
New Wave Syria performing in Klub Channel Zero at MENT Ljubljana, 2015
Pablo Picasso's Desire Caught by the Tail directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc at the Jakopič Gallery, 2014. From left to right: Petra Govc, Ivan Peternelj, Sanja Nešković Peršin and Mateja Rebolj.
Petra Govc and Ivan Peternelj in Desire Caught by the Tail, directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc and staged at the Jakopič Gallery, 2014. A play written by Pablo Picasso in 1941 in Paris, was tranlated into Slovene by Jana Pavlič.
Pablo Picasso's Desire Caught by the Tail directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, as the last part of her Source Image trilogy produced by Muzeum Institute, staged at the Jakopič Gallery, 2014. From left to right: Ivan Peternelj, Mateja Rebolj, Sanja Nešković Peršin
Ivo Svetina's play ABC oder KRIEG, quasi una fantasia directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, set in the 1830s in Vienna, a meeting place of literary personalities France Prešeren, Matija Čop, Jernej Kopitar, Vuk Karadžić. Production: Muzeum Institute, Prešeren Theatre Kranj, Cankarjev dom, and Opera & Theatre Madlenianum, Belgrade, 2015. From left to right: Vesna Pernarčič, Borut Veselko, Peter Musevski, Ivan Bakjarev, Jure Ivanušič, Aleksandra Balmazović
Time Folding - MUZEUM Theatre - 20 Years curated by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, Jakopič Gallery, 2015
Eight different dance groups from Mediteranean region take part in the 8th Mediterranean International Folklore Festival 2010
Maribor Festival Orchestra performing The Crowd on stage at the Maribor Festival, 2010
Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018.
Ana Kravanja and Marko Karlovčec, CD Neposlušno presentation at the Sound Disobedience festival in 2012, produced by Sploh Institute
The exhibition Finnish Glass Art, 2005-2010, showcased the work of famous Finnish designers such as Tapio Wirkkala, Kaj Franck and Alvar Aalto, presented at National Museum of Slovenia, 2012
Muškat Hamburg at the Garage Fire Campus Fest in Belgrade, 2007
Cricket in the Fist by Muzeum Theatre, staged at the VIBA Studio, St. Joseph's Church, 1994. Barbara Novakovič and Ivan Peternelj as protagonists and founders of the Muzeum Theatre.
Lo Scrittore directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, produced by Muzeum Theatre. Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana, 1995. (From left to right: Mateja Rebolj, Janja Majzelj, Sanja Nešković Peršin, Petra Govc)
Talking House - Theory Open II, St. Lazarus installation conceived by Barabara Novakovič, City Art Gallery Ljubljana, produced by Muzeum Institute and Racing Pigeons Breeders Association, 2002
Rodin II directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, Muzeum Institute in cooperation with Center Sonček - Cerebral Palsy Association of Slovenia. Stara Elektrarna - Old Power Station, Ljubljana, 2006
Daniil Harms' Jelizaveta Bam, directed and performed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc. Produced by Muzeum Institute, Stara Elektrarna - Old Power Station, 2008
Lea Menard in Uncle Vanya and the 12 bouquets directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc. Produced by Muzeum Institute and staged at the Stara Elektrarna - Old Power Station and Casemate at Ljubljana Castle in 2008
Workshop, Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018.
Staš Vrenko presenting concepts of non-linear feedback, logic circuits, circuit-bending and physical processing of sound at Osmo/za, 2018.
Dan Adlešič's installation Syntrop at Osmo/za, 2018.
Ništrc or Offcuts performance by Sploh Institute
An exhibition at the Nova Gorica City Gallery, 2010
A concert by the renowned Croatian pianist Lovro Pogorelić, taking place at the Nova Gorica Arts Centre, 2014
Winner of Prešeren Award for life work Štefka Drolc at ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana, with Jaroslav Skrušny
Winners of Prešeren Award for life work Zmago Jeraj and Štefka Drolc, ceremony at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre, Ljubljana, 2009 (Milan Kučan, Zmago Jeraj, Štefka Drolc)
World Poetry Day, Pritličje, 2017.
Dejan Koban at Pritličje, Svetovni dan poezije (World Poetry Day), 2017.
Ruggero Deodato receiving the Vicious Old Cat Award at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2009
A premiere of Two Men With Bombs, an art action directed by Matjaž Berger and produced by Anton Podbevšek Theatre, within the Maribor, European Capital of Culture 2012 programme and the Rock Otočec festival, June 2012
View of Ribnica Castle, Museum of Ribnica.
Repetitor performing at Rdeča ostriga Club, In Memoriam Prof. Peter Hafner Festival, 2017.
SToP Slovene Percussion Project during a performance, 2005
Shots International Short Film Festival crew and the international jury, 2019.
Siddharta performing in the Project R.E.M. organised by the Embassy of the United States of America in Slovenia, 2012
The analogue acid trio Niplodok performing at Strictly Analog Festival, 2014
Claudia Reh projecting on Cirkulacija 2 premises at Strictly Analog Festival, 2015
Neja Tomšič & Dewi De Vree, performing at Strictly Analog Festival, 2015
The Austrian collective RaumZeitPiraten and their acousto-optic machines at Strictly Analog Festival, 2015
Theremidi Orchestra playing a gig at Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture during TRESK Festival, 2014
Performance Nevidni dotik by Ive Tabar and Vasja Kokelj at Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana
The Inner courtyard of Vetrinjski dvor, often used for concerts and various other events, 2017
Theatre performance Šumi, directed by Vinko Möderndorfer, Mladinsko Theatre, 2009
Premier of Zamrznjene podobe (Frozen Images), Wanda & Nova deViator, at Menza pri koritu Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone, produced by Emanat Institute 2010
Koala Voice performing at ZOO Club, 2016.
Opening night of the theatre performance Zadnji Livingstonov poljub (with members of rock band Siddharta) at Anton Podbevšek Theatre in Novo mesto, 2010
Purgist (PL) plays at the Zasavje Noisefest International, 2015
Presentation of the World Book Capital Ljubljana 2010 presentation at UNESCO in Paris. Irina Bokova, UNESCO Secretary General, and Dr Janez Šumrada, Slovenian representative at UNESCO.
Presentation of the World Book Capital Ljubljana 2010, presentation at UNESCO in Paris. Irina Bokova, UNESCO Secretary General, and Dr Janez Šumrada, Slovenian representative at UNESCO.
Official ceremony at UNESCO Palace in Paris, presentation of the Ljubljana World Book Capital 2010 programme. Irina Bokova, UNESCO Secreatary General, and Dr Janez Šumrada, Slovenian respresentative at UNESCO.
The exhibition Sky is black, Earth is blue, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's first flight into space, prepared by the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) team. The opening of the Russian Scientific and Cultural Centre, Ljubljana, 2011 (From left to right: Miha Turšič, Dragan Živadinov)
Book swapping at Žalec Inter Municipal Central Library, 2013
Poetry night, organised by Žalec Inter Municipal Central Library, 2013
Radio Arts Space exhibition by RadioCona and international broadcast partners, featuring the selection of sound- and radio art at the Škuc Gallery and on the FM frequency 88.8MHz Ljubljana and radioCona stream, 2011
Radio Arts Space exhibition by RadioCona featuring 46 artworks of sound and radio art selected by seven curators, Škuc Gallery, 2011
The exhibition Sky is black, Earth is blue, dedicated to Yuri Gagarin, prepared by the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) team at the opening Russian Scientific and Cultural Centre, Ljubljana, 2011
Neža Naglič and Jošt Drašler at the Sound Disobedience festival in 2012
Ulrike Syha's Private Life directed by Ivana Djilas and awarded at the Maribor Theatre Festival, 2010.
Emilija featured the legendary story of Emilija Kraus who should accompany Napoleon I. on his military campaign in Russia. The performance was produced by Muzeum Institute and staged at SNG Drama Ljubljana in 1996
Milko Lazar and Zlatko Kavčič, both internationally renowned musicians as well as recipients of the Prešeren Award, performing at the Nova Gorica Arts Centre (the concert was later release on a CD called Ena/One), 2013
The Kombinat Choir singing at the big concert hall of the Nova Gorica Arts Centre, 2014
Workshop led by Timon Leder at Oton Župančič Library, 2017.
An Piran Days of Architecture exhibition conducted at the former salt storehouse Monfort , now an exhibition and event space.
An exhibition during the Piran Days of Architecture at the former salt storehouse now called Monfort Exhibition Space, 2016
The opening of an exhibition at the Piran City Gallery, 2016
The Tartini Theatre hall during the Piran Days of Architecture, 2016
Pranger Festival, meetings, panel discussions and readings of poetry are organised during the three-day event.
Pranger Festival, a creative afternoon for children and young people, named after Ela Peroci, a renowned Slovene writer of children literature
Youngsters read the Pranger poets' work at the Klub Menza pri koritu, Pranger Festival 2015
A discussion on poetry critique at the Pranger Festival 2015, moderated by Laura Repovš, with Urška Zupančič, Grega Ulen and Domen Bertoncelj. Klub Menza pri koritu, Metelkova.
Barbara Juršič, a translator, reading Rivera's poems at the Museum of Baroque in Šmarje pri Jelšah, Pranger Festival 2015
Ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana, awarded by Jaroslav Skrušny
Arctic Perspective exhibition by Projekt Atol Institute at the Phoenix Halle, Mainz, June-October 2010
Mauricio Valdes, Dre Hočevar, Katja Perat, Žiga Murko and Lester St. Louis performing at Pritličje, 2017.
Nataša Velikonja at Pritličje, World Poetry Day, 2017.
Opening of the exhibition Concealed and Hidden from the Eyes, curated by historian Mitja Ferenc at the Dolenjska Museum in Novo mesto, 2007
Jelena Rusjan (Borghesia) performing at Rdeča ostriga Club, In Memoriam Prof. Peter Hafner Festival, 2016.
All Strings Detached performing at Rdeča ostriga Club, In Memoriam Prof. Peter Hafner Festival, 2016.
Tomi Meglič, Siddharta frontman, performing at the Schengenfest 2012
Škuc Bake Shop, a gallery site-specific intervention by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič, Škuc Gallery, 2009
A Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra concert, taking place at the Nova Gorica Arts Centre, 2014
Butoh dance performance Between by Tanja Zgonc and Stefan M. Marb, Dance Theatre Ljubljana (2008)
A performance by the folk singer Bogdana Herman at The Last Contemporary Art Museum in Logje, 2015
Tovarna Rog, concert hall, 2016.
Graffiti wall, Tovarna Rog, 2016.
The Stroj concert at Trainstation Squat, SubArt Festival, 2016.
Jello Biafra, preforming at the Trnfest Festival, organised by KUD France Prešeren Arts and Culture Association, 2014.
Breakdance sessions going down at Urbano Dejanje, 2016
Vector Hack Festival, the first international festival devoted to experimental analogue vector graphics at Osmo/za, 2018.
Exhibition of Klemen Zupanc, Jure Zrimšek and Gašper Capuder at Velenje Castle, 2017.
Videospotting is regular programme of surveys or thematic programmes of Slovene video art curated by SCCA-Ljubljana's curators, here shown at Škuc Gallery, 2009
Theatre performance Osli by Plautus at Ljubljana City Theatre (MGL),
Werefox portrait, 2012 (From left: Sašo Benko, David Halb, Melanija Fabčič, Manuel Hahn)
Werefox band line-up, 2012 (From left: Sašo Benko, Melanija Fabčič, Manuel Hahn, David Halb)
Manuel Knapp (AUT) plays at the Zasavje Noisefest International, 2015
Hiroshi Hasegawa (ASTRO) (JP) at the Zasavje Noisefest International, 2015
MAAAA from Karelia (PL) at the Zasavje Noisefest International, 2015
Mimi Kawouin (FR) at the Zasavje Noisefest International, 2015
The Fantômas Melvins Big Band concert at Cvetličarna, organised by ŠKUC Buba Booking and Promotion in Ljubljana 2006
The opening of the Article 23 exhibition, curated by Alenka Gregorič, Škuc Gallery, 2008. On the wall: posters by Goran Trbuljak, Croatian conceptual artist.
Open-air event produced by Pritličje, Sonica International Festival of Transitory Art , 2018.
Closing event with DJ Zeds, Slovenian Advertising Festival (SOF), 2019.
Terrace SOF, Slovenian Advertising Festival (SOF), 2019.
Atlantic was the winner of the traditional annual advertising award, 2018 Advertiser of the Year, Slovenian Advertising Festival (SOF), 2019.
Bastl instruments workshop at the PIFcamp 2018, PIFcamp, 2018.
Jakob Scheithe developing his Fortune Telling Machine, A bio-hacked urin fortune teller, at the PIFcamp 2018.
Jani Pirnat with his rock and roll disco ball developed at the PIFcamp 2018.
AV performance by Juan Manuel Escalante at the PIFcamp 2018.
Opening of Pixxelpoint International Festival of Contemporary Art Practices, 2017.
Workshop during Pixxelpoint International Festival of Contemporary Art Practices, 2017.
7th Stoptrik International Film Festival event took place at Salon of Applied Arts, 2017.
Exhibition Bodeče neže, 9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
BlackBox screeenings at GT22, 9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
The younger visitors of the Speculum Artium Festival watching a project set up by the Jožef Stefan Institute, 2013
The DigitalBigScreen festival, organised as a part of the Speculum Artium Festival, allows for screenings of video art works on the big cinema screen, 2015
Invited by the Speculum Artium Festival, a group of Japanese artists studying Empowerment informatics at the University of Tsukuba meet with Borut Pahor, the president of Slovenia, 2015
Asimo by Honda, supposedly the world's most advanced humanoid robot, hosted by the Speculum Artium Festival, 2014
As a part of the Trbovlje, New Media Setting endeavour, new media art workshops are held in high schools throughout the Zasavje region, 2016
A workshop by Stefan Doepner, organised under the auspices of the Trbovlje, New Media Setting project, 2015
Aereform is a Trbovlje-based company working in the field of aviation technology. As a part of the Trbovlje, New Media Setting project, they organised flight simulator sessions for the wider public, 2017
The Algorithmic Search For Love audiovisual installation by artist Julian Palatz at the Speculum Artium Festival in Trbovlje, 2011
DigitalBigScreen international video festival, an accompanying event to the Speculum Artium Festival in Trbovlje, 2011
The Araneus Machinamentum exhibition by artist Thomas Frierrs at the Speculum Artium Festival in Trbovlje, 2011
Talk with Dragan Bjelogrlić, Slovenian Advertising Festival (SOF), 2019.
BigSEE Talks, Zavod Big, 2018.
Sense Yourself Making performance, PIFcamp 2018.
Sense Yourself Making workshop, PIFcamp 2018.
Talk, Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018.
Horisons of Creativity, workshop at Osmo/za, 2018.
Round table discussion, Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2017.
Exhibition entitled Slovenian Animated film 2006–2017, 9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
Workshop, Summer Puppet Pier Festival, 2019.
Opening of the 9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
Festival closing and award ceremony at Vetrinjski dvor, 2019.
Imagining the Authors: Ana Nedeljković and Nikola Majdak Jr., 9th Stoptrik International Film Festival, 2019.
Klemens Kohlweis with his parabolic directed microphone above Soča river, PIFcamp, 2018.
Hack your food with Dario Cortese at the PIFcamp 2018.
Sense Yourself Making project developed by Hannah Perner-Wilson at the PIFcamp 2018.
Juan Duarte developing Aeolian Artefacts sound project at the PIFcamp 2018.
Audible Healing Pressure Points glove developed by Lavoslava Benčič at the PIFcamp 2018.
Muškat Hamburg at the Postojna Youth Centre, 2009
Cricket in the Fist by Muzeum Theatre, staged at the VIBA Studio, St. Joseph's Church, 1994. "The image simbolizes theatrical and art historical iconography as a time machine travelling back into middle age, to the gesture of the written word." Performing: Barbara Novakovič and Ivan Peternelj
Lo Scrittore directed by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, produced by Muzeum Theatre. Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana, 1995. (From left to right: Sanja Nešković Peršin, Janja Majzelj, Petra Govc, Mateja Rebolj)
Emilija theatre performance featuring the story of the legendary Emilija Kraus from Idrija and Napoleon I, conceived by Barbara Novakovič Kolenc, produced by Muzeum Institute at SNG Drama Ljubljana, 1996