As part of the 5th anniversary of the DobraVaga Gallery, we’re preparing a workshop led by visual artist Nika Rupnik. Participants will take a walk around Ljubljana’s urban landscape, exploring it by visually documenting their own impressions and reflecting on how our movements and settlement habits have been changed by the epidemic. With the help of graphic techniques and group work, participants will be able to re-experience the city as an intertwining of architecture and the lived experiences of its inhabitants. In the end, the mapping results will be combined into a map of subjectively experienced public space.
THE EVENT IS POSTPONED TO ANOTHER DATE – TBA!
Mentor: Nika Rupnik
Nika Rupnik (1991) is a trained painter and self-employed cultural worker. She primarily finds inspiration in the urban environment, which she reflects on through drawings, paintings, photography and graphic arts. As a visual artist, she is active on the local gallery scene, as well as in the field of cultural and artistic education. She has participated in projects by Sezam and Kinodvor, and was a permanent external collaborator of the International Centre of Graphic Arts, where she led and implemented a pedagogical program for children and adults and demonstrations of graphic techniques. She is also active as an illustrator.
The number of participants is limited. Apply at email@example.com
Organisation: Kino Šiška / DobraVaga
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Entry into the venue is permitted only with a negative PCR or RAT test result, a medical certificate of recovery or vaccination, in accordance with the instructions of the National Institute of Public Health and the decree in the Official Gazzette of the RS, no. 73, p. 4392/May 13, 2021.