Moment Arts and Culture Association
|Kulturno-umetniško društvo Moment|
|Glavni trg 22, SI-2000 Maribor|
|Phone||386 (0) 40 696 586|
- 7 October 2018
The multimedia performance Viktorija 2.0, produced by the Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Puppet Is a Human Too Festival at
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- 28 September to 6 October 2018
Alien Express by Flota Institute and co-produced by Dance Theatre Ljubljana, and Hero 2.0 by and , produced by Moment Arts and Culture Association and En-Knap Productions, at the Periskop Festival at , in ,
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- 11 July to 15 July 2018
The performances Hero 2.0, produced by Moment Arts and Culture Association and En-Knap Productions, Dark Union and Ant Ferocious, both produced by En-Knap Productions; a concert by the Ljubljana International Orchestra (LIO) and the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by and co-produced by Ljubljana Festival; and an event by the Slovenian rapper , at the Mittelfest at , in ,
- 15 June 2018
The performance Fruit Stories, developed within the international project Inkubator Moment, produced by the Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Skupa's Pilsen International Festival of Puppet and Alternative Theatre in organiser ,
- 13 June 2018
The multimedia performance Viktorija 2.0, produced by the Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Figura Theaterfestival at
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- 22 March 2018
Multimedia performance Viktorija 2.0, produced by Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Lutkokaz - International Puppetry Review in
- 12 March 2018
Multimedia performance Viktorija 2.0, produced by Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Wels International Puppetry Festival at
programme organiser in ,
- 2 July to 6 July 2016
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, produced by the Koper Theatre, No Tears for Queers, produced by ŠKUC Association and Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre, Madame Bovary, produced by the Slovene National Theatre Nova Gorica, Plato: The Apology of Socrates, produced by , and Hero 1.0, produced by Mladinsko Theatre and Moment Arts and Culture Association, at the Golden Lion International Festial of Chamber Theatre in ,
- 30 June to 4 July 2012
The Woman I Used to Read to, produced by the Slovene National Theatre Maribor, and Mirka, Živka and Dadakice, produced by the Slovene National Theatre Maribor and Moment Arts and Culture Association at the Golden Lion - International chamber theatre festival in ,
- 18 June 2012
Beckett's Act Without Words directed by
programme , Moment Arts and Culture Association, Maribor, at the Skupova Festival at in ,
When the GT22 collaborative cultural centre was set up in 2012 in the Maribor city centre, at Glavni trg 22, the KUD Moment found their domicile right there. An ex-nightclub was transformed into the so-called Intimate Stage, a theatre space of intimate character for around 50 visitors. The newly established programme has focused on research-based theatre productions, visiting performances, expert talks on contemporary theatre, training and educational programmes, bringing together artists and audiences.
From 2010 to 2012, KUD Moment organised the Prestopi/Crossings Festival of independent theatre production.
KUD Moment's productions are regularly co-produced by GT22; however, the association also enters co-productions with other Slovene arts institutions, such as the Mladinsko Theatre in the performance Hero 1.0 (2014) or En-Knap Productions in Hero 2.0 (2017), both created by and ; Mini Theatre and the Maribor Puppet Theatre in the performance About the Boy and the Penguin (2015), directed by , which was awarded as best performance at the 2015 Summer Puppet Pier Festival; and the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre in the performance Happiness Hunters (2015), etc.
In the period 2013–14, KUD Moment organised a series of workshops and other activities for the integration of disabled people into social and working environment in the frame of the project "Making Puppets, Puppet and Puppet Play as a Therapeutic and Teaching Tool", which was supported by the European Social Fund.
In 2016, Moment launched a two-year project called "Unplugged", which resulted in a series of experimental theatre productions intertwining live performance and live cinema. Usually an outcome of creative collaboration, these smaller scale productions bring together (drama) theatre, puppets, objects, and video technology.