20th Century Heritage Workshop / symposium
15.07.2022 – 16.07.2022, Workshops
Grey Area, Korčula
Held at: Korčula town museum
Curated by: Grey Area association
Design: Grey Area association
Grey Area association
Cultural heritage • Good practice
The symposium points to cultural and artistic good practices from the history of the 20th century and the uniqueness of the island of Korčula as a model of sustainable island development.
Through an interdisciplinary approach, the symposium examines the cultural and geopolitical context of the two most significant international gatherings on the island of Korčula, the Korčula Summer School (1963 - 1974) and the International Artists’ Meetings in Vela Luka (1968 - 1972). With the panellists Mislav Žitko, Paul Stubbs, Ljiljana Kolešnik, and Darko Fritz and the participation of Sculptor Ante Marinović, partners of the project Who Cares?. Also, Sani Sardelić will introduce the event 100 years since the birth of Bernardo Bernardi, part of which is presented in the City Museum of Korčula. In addition to this exhibition, as part of the symposium, Željko Badurina’s exhibition Two Sunsets and the VR installation Leonardo’s Submarine by the German artist Hito Steyerl will be presented.
The programme of the symposium, biographies of the authors and summaries of the lectures are available at the following link: www.sivazona.hr/events/bastina-20-stoljeca